Friday, January 31, 2020 | 9:30 AM- 3:00 PM
5404 Wisconsin Ave Ste 600
Chevy Chase, MD, United States 20815
Join the Microsoft Education team at this local Teams Roadshow event and find out how to unleash the potential of Microsoft Teams for education. Microsoft Teams is free to access for all staff and students and provides institutions with a hub to collaborate real-time on documents, chat, meet online and integrate with educational apps.
At these roadshow events we will cover how a modern institution can provide a single hub for learning, student life, campus careers, internal operations and research projects, able to unlock collaboration across the organization. Sessions across the day will include using Teams with your LMS, best practices for learning outcomes and the latest IT technical guidance to enable successful usage and governance. This event is intended for both teaching and learning leaders and IT administrators with two tailored tracks to choose from:
- Teaching and learning - learn how Microsoft Teams has been used to streamline staff collaboration and improve student outcomes. Discover the latest tools for teaching and how to open them up and manage them for your staff and students. Sessions will include Teams 101, best practices and more.
- IT administrators – get details on the latest administrative capabilities to manage Microsoft Teams. Learn how to integrate your own applications, automate governance and deploy telephony across your organization. Sessions will include Teams 101, best practices, security and governance and more.
Get the latest information from Microsoft, hear from other institutions on their approach and network with likeminded professionals! Spacing is limited. Bring your own device to follow along.
“I used to need 4 different tools and had to go to four different places to do the things I can now do all from the one screen – Teams.” Student Newcastle University
“With Teams, I communicate better with my classmates and my teacher. It has changed the way we relate to each other, and it lets us post useful information to help peers who are struggling with a lesson.” Student, City of Westminster College