Adobe and Microsoft Resources for Teachers
One of the top questions we hear from schools subscribing to the Microsoft Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) and Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement (ETLA) is: “Where can we go to get resources for our teachers?” Both Microsoft and Adobe are committed to providing resources to their education customers in as many ways as they can.
All PA Microsoft EES schools have access to the Microsoft Imagine Standard Subscription as part of their EES agreement. Microsoft Imagine connects students with the tools, resources, and experiences they need to assist them in building games, designing apps, or creating a project. If you are a PA EES school, check with your school’s Microsoft Admin for information on activating your FREE subscription.
Other great resources include:
- Microsoft Education Newsroom – Here you will find links to resources on Office 365, new projects and events, Minecraft announcements, and much more.
- Microsoft Education – Here you will find announcements and registrations for free upcoming events for both staff and students such as the upcoming “Hack the Classroom” online event being held on October 14 and online resources to walk you through how to start a OneNote Class Notebook.
Adobe offers the Adobe Education Exchange. You can access free professional development resources for teachers in all grade levels or view a session on how to integrate Adobe programs into your curriculum to meet ISTE and Common Core Standards.
Adobe also offers a blog exclusively for education.
If you have any questions regarding the Microsoft PA EES program or the PA Adobe ETLA agreement, contact email@example.com.
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