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Introduction






This month, the Microsoft Education Customer Engagement and Support Team is releasing an updated version of the well-received Back To School Kit that was initially released in July 2020. This kit provides high-level guidance for Educators K12, Leadership and Special Services teachers on how to use Microsoft technology to prepare for their upcoming school year.

 

In addition, members of the EDU Engagement team will be hosting four new webinars to walk you through each aspect of the guide. Please see the overview below and join the Enable Remote Learning (ERL) Community for continuous updates or to ask us a question. See you soon! 

 

Where to get the BTS kit

We’ll update this post as soon as we have the final download link for the guide, so please check back over the following days.

 

Webinar dates and intended audience

Based on feedback from our communities, we’ll be offering four public training sessions. Each session is specifically focused on a different EDU role. Our EDU experts will share common scenarios, use cases, and answer your questions live.

 





































SessionDateTimeAudience and .ics Calendar file
1Mon January 256:00-7:00 pm PSTEducators
2Tue January 266:00-7:00 pm PSTEDU Leadership 
3Thu January 286:00-7:00 pm PSTSpecial Service Teachers
4Fri January 296:00-7:00 pm PSTOpen Office Hour – All roles 

 

Feel free to share all info with others

If you know anyone who might be interested in joining these events, please share this post with them.

 





Live sessions on Twitch

All sessions will take place on live-streaming platform Twitch.tv, on Stephen Reid’s PlayMatters channel:


 

Presenters

Our presenters will be Geri Gillespy and Stephen Reid.

 




On-demand recordings




These webinars will be recorded and made available on demand afterwards. 








Brought to you by Dr. Ware, Microsoft Office 365 Silver Partner, Charleston SC.

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