Hoover City Schools in Alabama chose Microsoft Live@edu to provide students and teachers with hosted communication and collaboration tools that extend learning beyond the classroom. The district offered teacher training and created standard online collaboration practices for classroom use, spurring grassroots adoption among staff. It developed an Authorized Use Policy and used Microsoft tools to easily provision 4,000 high school student accounts.
“ We looked at Google Apps for Education, but we wanted a solution with familiar tools that teachers would adopt readily for use in the classroom to improve learning.”
Chief Technology Officer, Hoover City Schools
Volledige referentie Hoover City Schools