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Best practices for Microsoft Learn LMS integration with University of Oxford

Higher Education Future Ready Skills Webinar Series


When: March 09, 2021 4:00 PM (Europe/London)

Duration: 1 hour  Register Now 

The growth in recent years of Industry 4.0 technology pillars, has presented the need for students to gain experience of areas such as IoT, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Networking.

Learn from the University of Oxford how they have been working with Microsoft in the development of series of Microsoft Learn modules based around AI Edge Engineering and 5G for the Enterprise. These courses have been designed to help ensure students have hands on labs and gain the necessary industry-transferable digital skills for the workplace. 

This session looks at how the University of Oxford Artificial Intelligence: Cloud and Edge Implementation course is utilizing the Microsoft Learn LTI Application and Microsoft Learn Modules and Units within their curriculum to support students in developing digital skills to succeed in the workplace.


Presented By



Ajit Jaokar Course Director – Artificial Intelligence

University of Oxford

Ajit Jaokar is Course Director: Artificial Intelligence: Cloud and Edge implementations at the University of Oxford. Ajit built the course at Oxford and is a Data Scientist at his company, Feynlabs. He has also conducted AI courses in the London School of Economics (LSE), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and as part of the The Future Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.



Lee Stott Principal Program Manager


Lee Stott is Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, for the Cloud and AI Engineering team. Lee is an experienced business technology leader with extensive Data Science, Mobile and Cloud industry knowledge. He applies that experience to help Microsoft engage with developers and strategic decision makers across the world. Lee’s focus is on developing Microsoft global strategy for faculty engineering engagements and student developers.

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