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Tuesday May 8, 2012 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST
Five webinar attendees will each win a copy of Microsoft Office 2010 software! The names will be chosen at random at the end of the webinar. You must be present at the time of the drawing to win.
Students and teachers can improve learning outcomes with anytime, anywhere access to content and extending the classroom across platform, devices or locations. New technologies allow school districts to improve communications regardless of what computer or mobile device anyone uses or where they are. And the district can use eRate funds to pay for it.
This webinar will show how two school districts have enabled students, teachers, and administrators to be more productive by giving them easy access to email, calendaring tools, voice mail, and instant messaging on multiple devices. You will learn how they communicate and collaborate no matter where they are or what devices they use. Additional advantages are how they’ve simplified IT management, provided extra security, grown with the district’s needs, and saved them money.
Chuck Jones, Chief of Technology, Jackson-Madison County School System Troy Neal, Director of Information Technology, Yes Prep Public School
William E. Hagen, Microsoft UC Solution Specialist, Public Sector- Education Solutions Group