Modern tools for a collaborative classroom
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Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. Educators can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learnings communities, and communicate with school staff all from a single experience in Office 365 Education
Collaborate on documents together
Invite small or large teams to work with you at the same time within Word, Excel, or Power Point 2016 or Office Online. Easily add, respond to, and track all updates in a single version of your document.
OneNote—the ultimate digital notebook to organize and collaborate
Organize class materials and prepare assignments with handwritten text, web content, even audio and video from your devices. Then, easily collaborate with students and colleagues.
Equip your students for success today and tomorrow
When you use Office 365 Education in the classroom, your students learn a suite of skills and applications that employers value most highly.
Develop workforce ready skills
In this one hour course, learn about collaboration, data analytics, and project management best practices with online apps such as Word, Excel, OneNote in Office 365 Education.
Adobe Creative Cloud
What is Creative Cloud?
Creative Cloud gives you the world’s best apps and services for video, design, photography, and the web. It’s easy to get started with built-in tutorials and templates. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you have everything you need to go from dreaming to.
Creative Cloud for Education
Give your students the power to create bright futures.
Adobe Creative Cloud delivers the world’s best creative apps — including Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere Pro — so students can master the digital skills they need to succeed in the classroom and in their careers.
A great value for higher education.
See how Creative Cloud is helping students become skilled content creators.
“Our school went from being one of the lowest performing schools in the district to one of the most requested, and I think it’s because of opportunities like this.”
— Jeff Larson, art and animation teacher, Balboa High School in San Francisco, CA