Let’s see what might happen!
Microsoft released an artificial intelligence robot Thursday that was intended to speak like and learn from millennials. The robot’s use was suspended, however, when, after less than 24 hours, some users sought to abuse its commenting function. More here.
Microsoft offers open source software (free) for academics! Please follow this link to see what will be useful for your research and projects. Make sure to share with your students!
We are getting positive feedback and comments from participants! Microsoft’s representative Nurlan Zhanybek sent his congratulations with the successful event and shared his pictures and content of the event. Take a look and get some faces recognized and learn more about OneNote and OneNote Classbook/Staffbook & Office365 integration.
Quite recently MS announced that it was expanding the preview of its Office apps for Android tablets. Apparenly to fight competion from Google… Just FYI and if you want to try.
Microsoft has launched OneNote Class Notebook Creator, which PC World describes as “a classroom assistance application for OneNote and SharePoint Online in Office 365” and Microsoft describes as “a flexible digital framework for teaching and learning.” We shall see…