Author Archives: Tom Jackson

OneNote just keeps getting better and better

You may know I have been a huge fan of OneNote for many years. Well, it finally looks like more and more people are starting to see the light, including Microsoft From classroom to school–introducing OneNote Staff Notebook for education … Continue reading

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Welcome Back

It has been way too long and so much has happened since my last posting almost 1 1/2 years ago. It seems like Twitter, Facebook and Yammer have taken over my voice and got the bulk of my attention. So, … Continue reading

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PILSR Registration Video

I have put this together to help schools set up their Partners in Learning School Research (PILSR) survey. I hope it helps 🙂

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Partners in Learning School Research Re-launched

I’m happy to say that the Microsoft Partners in Learning School Research has been re-launched as part of the Partners in Learning Network. This has been an invaluable tool for those schools that have done the survey in the past. … Continue reading

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Microsoft Expert Educators and Mentor School Applications

So you say you’re not excited about applying for Microsoft Expert Educator or Mentor School Status. Well, here are a couple of reasons that might change your mind. Last year’s Global Forum in Prague My video of past events Applications … Continue reading

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Surface RT for Education offer ends on Sept 30th

Make sure you let your Microsoft contact in Education (me for NI 🙂 ) if you want to order the Microsoft Surface RT Windows 8 tablet for your school. Time is running out on the fantastic offer for an amazing … Continue reading

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Devices for Education

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