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Classroom collaboration with OneNote, OneDrive, and Office 365

Schools, teachers and students all specific requirements to achieve the learning outcomes required to complete their degrees and certifications. If everyone is using familiar tools to demonstrate their proficiency in a subject area, the same tools to connect with colleagues and the same tools to administer the school, there is opportunity to improve the sharing of ideas and flow of information through the education community.

OneNote, OneDrive, and Office 365 allow for dynamic classroom collaboration. Students can work on the same documents at the same time within the same classroom, or from different parts of the world.

Help students develop core skills necessary for success in today’s competitive workforce such as collaboration, critical thinking, communication and creativity; these skills are stressed in project based learning curricula using tools such as OneNote, Word, and PowerPoint.

Also, teachers can provide formative, real time feedback and information that can be seamlessly accessed and synchronized across all devices.

Office 365 ProPlus includes

Office 365 ProPlus

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Lync, Access, InfoPath, Publisher installed on Windows

Office for Mac Professional 2011

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Lync

Office for iPad / iPhone

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote

Office Mobile for iPhone

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote

Office Mobile for Android

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote

Build Learning Portals with SharePoint

Post Coursework

Track and share student progress

Power online Collaboration

Automate reporting and meet standards

Give teachers and students a single place to distribute, complete and collect assignments; share and take quizzes or tests, post classroom schedules, register online, access applications and connect via instant messaging, voice, or video. It's easy to create web-based portals with Microsoft SharePoint Server or SharePoint Online.

Educators and students can log on to a SharePoint-based class portal from any internet connected device using a single, secure sign-on. From lunch orders to web-based class registration, a portal becomes a common gateway to the data and services that people across the school need.

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