This year more than any, the way we work has changed. More businesses are reviewing how their firstline workers can continue to do what they do best, whether they’re working on site, in the field, or, as millions of others are, from home. However our working habits change, our firstline workers will always be the […]
Now more than ever, our classrooms are evolving.
Educators increasingly see the value in personalized learning, and are always searching for more effective ways for students to learn and collaborate – wherever they are.
We have believed in these principles for years. It’s why we created Microsoft Surface for Education: a range of devices that can be deployed anywhere, anytime and are built to meet the needs of both teachers and students.
Tune in to our webinar to learn about ways to empower teachers and their students with technology. Learn how to unlock creativity, promote teamwork and provide a simple and safe remote learning experience for all.
In the Microsoft Surface for Education range, all devices come fully integrated and optimised with Microsoft 365 for Education and other apps like Microsoft Teams, that make virtual lessons flow naturally.
It even builds on traditional tools with innovations like the Microsoft Classroom Pen, which feels as natural as pen on paper.
Plus, the webinar will unveil a new addition to the range:
Surface Go 2 for Education – It’s the lightest, most compact Surface yet – perfect for teachers and students alike, and is even faster than before with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ m3 and Pentium® processors. It comes with a larger and brighter 10.5” touchscreen display in the same compact size, to enhance your productivity. Plus fast-charging, with 10 hours’ battery life and LTE-enabled options.
Hosted by Jared Marino
Jared spent more than 10 years at Microsoft before founding his company, Presenter Group. He now manages a group of communicators and teachers, working with Microsoft’s Surface and commercial sales teams to help drive device adoption through training.
Remote learning and teaching
Teamwork and collaboration
Modern secure management