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Free workshop on leveraging Microsoft DreamSpark and Imagine Cup in the classroom

NDSU faculty, instructors and technology coordinators are invited to attend a free workshop to learn more about how to leverage the Microsoft DreamSpark program and Imagine Cup - Microsoft's premier student technology competition - in the classroom.

Microsoft DreamSpark and Imagine Cup - NDSU Workshop
Monday, Nov. 4, 4-6 p.m.
IACC 106

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NDSU departments in the areas of science, technology, engineering andmathematics (STEM) are eligible to participate in the Microsoft DreamSpark Premium program, which provides instructors and students with the optionto download Microsoft software developer and design tools free of charge.

During this workshop, learn how to take advantage of this free library of resources for STEM faculty and students. The session will cover how to:

  • Sign up for the DreamSpark Premium program
  • Add students to the program
  • Set up the Electronic License Management System for student downloads

Attendees will also learn about opportunities to participate in the Imagine Cup worldwide technology competition and Windows 8 app development workshops for students.

Free membership in DreamSpark Premium is a benefit provided through the North Dakota/Microsoft Digital Alliance. The workshop will be hosted by the NDSU Computer Science Department and presented by Microsoft.

If you have questions, email or call 231-8562.

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