A Demo of Microsoft Teams: The Power of Bringing People Together

Jethro Seghers

Microsoft

We know that Microsoft Teams is the single hub for communication, collaboration and teamwork. Did you know that there is a Microsoft Teams dedicated to Education? Microsoft Teams is free in higher education giving universities, colleges and K-12 schools a single hub to collaborate real-time on documents, chat, meet online and integrate with educational apps. Microsoft Teams can help educators collaborate effectively in real-time, cut down on emails, share teaching resources and increase student engagement in their courses. It provides students a single hub to collaborate in their course, manage their on-campus jobs and create community as part of student life. Researchers can use Teams to conduct research with colleagues outside of your institution with enterprise grade security. Discovery with confidence that you own what you create while you streamline workflows.

In this session, we will go over the different use cases why you can use Microsoft Teams for Education and present how Teams goes about being the hub for schoolwork. We will discuss the different Team templates, like Classroom, PLC, Staff collaboration and so much more. If you want to see how Teams support the education efforts of our next generation, then this session is for you. 

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This session was presented by Jethro at the Microsoft Teams Summit.

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