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Business School builds on strategic partnership with Microsoft

Published: 16 February 2017
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6 Faculty members from the Business School and three people from iSolutions visited the Microsoft Showcase Classroom at their Paddington offices on the 16 January 2017. We were all awarded ‘innovative educator’ status as a result. iSolutions are using this experience as an input to their future decisions on which tools the University should use, including Office 365. The Business school and Faclty are considering how to improve the classroom experience with the currently available Microsoft tools. New and interesting software includes OneNote Classroom, OneDrive, Sway, and Office Mix. Report by David Baxter, Southampton Business School

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