Office 365 is available to students and teachers at no cost through their academic institution. Visit Office in education
to check eligibility and to download onto multiple devices.
When you make any investment in technology you are investing in a living thing. The pace of development of technology in today’s world is such that improvements and alterations are seemingly continuously available to software, hardware and infrastructure. And with the increasing utilization of the cloud, platforms and tools can be upgraded “on the fly” by the providers without the end users having to break stride. This also enables product developers to be much more receptive to user feedback and incredibly agile when it comes to implementing features and functionality based on these suggestions.
Anyone investing in technology for their school, college or university has the added responsibility of building an environment that will shape the learning paths of hundreds or even thousands of young people. Therefore, it’s important to know not only what the current capabilities of technology are, but where it’s going in the future.
Office 365 Education Roadmap
We’re pleased to share the Office 365 Education Roadmap
, which lists updates currently planned for applicable subscribers. Updates for the various stages—from in development to rolling out to customers, to being generally available for applicable customers worldwide—are easily accessible in the Office 365 Roadmap.
To see what’s coming up specifically for Education, simply do the following:
- Go to roadmap.office.com.
- Open Filters.
- Under Services, select Education.
- Click the launch status (i.e., in development) to see product/feature items.
- Click the item for a description and other information available.
If you don’t see a feature on this roadmap that you or your users would like to see, just add your request to our Education UserVoice