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Current Microsoft Offers:
Moving to remote learning can be complicated, especially when needed urgently. Microsoft has some tools and resources to help you get started.
Microsoft Teams is currently free for 6 months.
Don’t forget: Office 365 is Free for Education.
Minecraft is free until June 30th.
There’s more than coding in Minecraft: Education Edition collection.
Education Transformation Framework – An effective, flexible platform for education transformation grounded by research from academics, experts, and policy makers.
Microsoft offers online professional development in the Microsoft Educator Central.
iT1 can connect you to Free Remote Training from Microsoft for teachers and administrators.
In response to COVID-19, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing tools to support remote learning and teaching. This includes providing customers in the most affected regions with technical support, offerings, and AWS Promotional Credit to help educational technology providers and educators around the world quickly deploy or extend learning into the home.
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AWS offers free training and development for students 14yrs and up in the United States to participate in their AWS Educate program.
Google is offering advanced Hangouts Meet video conferencing capabilities free for all G Suite for Education customers until September 30, 2020.
Google Apps For Education (GAFE) is available – this is a free service provided to schools for cloud based storage, content creation and collaboration by Google.
Google’s Distance/Remote Learning – keep lessons going remotely! Here is a list of tools to help. Need a bit more? Download the G Suite Chromebook Pedagogy Tips and Tricks Document below.