Role of Industry-Academia
partnership to transform
Education IT Infrastructure

Arunagiri Kalidas
Solutions & Strategy – E...
Digital technologies are changing education
anytime, anywhere learning expectations
BYOD goes mainstream

flipped classroo...
MOBILITY is the new mantra for the
Modern Universities

Compliment
Teachers

Bring Your Own
Device (to school)

Lighten a
...
Industry Partners in Learning

Cloud Services & Mobile
Operators
A day in the life of a student (Scenario)
Prepare for
College

•

At night student
reviews next
day activities
including
s...
A day in the life of a student (DEMOS)
Prepare for
College

•

•

Exchange
Calendar and
to-dos from its
tablet or Phone
On...
A day in the life of a Faculty (Scenario)
Prepare
Classes

•

•

•

•

Review personal
and school
archives for
information...
A day in the life of a Faculty (DEMOS)
Prepare
Classes

•
•

•

•

SharePoint
advanced search
like in MSW.
People search i...
A day in the life of a Parent (Scenario)
Help children
to do the
homework,
research and
study

•

•

Review the school
web...
A day in the life of a Parent (Demo)

Help kids to do the
homework, research
and study

•
•

SharePoint
websites and
intra...
DIGITAL SYNDICATED CONTENT
+
LEARNING MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM

END POINT DEVICES

IP PROTECTION

CONTENT
HOSTING
PLATFORM

UNIFI...
A new class
of devices

Supports the latest processors –
better performance, increased battery life
More devices than ever...
Great Windows Devices For Every
Classroom
The Choices of Windows-Powered Tablets
The Breadth of Capabilities
Windows 8 Tab...
Together …
we will
Transform
education
Thank you.
arunagk@Microsoft.com
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  • Digital technologies are dramatically changing how students learn and how teachers educate.Key trendsAnywhere, any time is the new normal. Teachers and students teach and learn from multiple locations and from multiple devicesBYOD is growing and going mainstream; mobile devices, smartphones and tablets are a fast growing categoryAccording to analysts (Forrester) we will see 905M tablets in use for work and home by 2017From the same study, today BYOD scenarios span at least 258M of the global info workersand it is all but unavoidable. Schools are no different as you know, whether elementary schools or higher-ed personal technology is a key part of institutional technology. [The New York Times did a good writeup that presenters should reference review: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/23/technology/in-some-schools-students-bring-their-own-technology.html?_r=0According to ZDNet and TechRepublic’s BYOD Business Strategy Survey, 62% of companies either already have Bring Your Own Device allowances in place, or plan to by the end of 2013http://www.zdnet.com/unavoidable-62-percent-of-companies-to-allow-byod-by-years-end-7000010703/Flipped classrooms require mobile devices, which require apps. These apps are mobile, and are a fast growing category as well (anecdotally, Windows Store exceeded 100M app installs 90 days after Launch in October’12; number of apps in Store quadrupled in the same time)According to some estimates, by 2015, mobile application development projects targeting smartphones and tablets will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4-to-1.66% of organizations are investing in mobile app development. According to “Building a Mobility Strategy.” Corporate Executive Board. March 2012. This dynamic, connected, global environment creates new opportunities for schools, to educate, however It also means a tremendous challenge for schools today - enabling mobile securely and efficiently – introduces lots of complexityMobile apps - converting LOB/ productivity apps to work across mobile devicesManaging BYOD and diverse device for factors and platformsData protection across devices and cloudMobility (and Mobile technologies) has become one of the top technology priorities for CIOs in 2012 - according to Gartner’s “Amplifying the Enterprise: the 2012 CIO Agenda”, mobile technologies are #2 in CIO priorities list in 2012, after #3 in 2011 and #6 - as a result of the complexity and challenge companies face as they try to tackle the new opportunities
  • Note to presenter (1): this slide is optional; instead recommend doing WTG demo – the demo can be found under http://windows8readyunder the Commercial Tab – there is a section within the ‘Windows 8 Commercial demo’ document on the WTG demo Note to presenter (2): Windows to go is a feature of Windows 8 Enterprise and it requires and active Windows SA agreement. Flexible SA licensing allows schools to use Windows to Go for all of the scenarios discussed above. More information on licensing at http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/about-licensing/windows8.aspx#tab=2---------------------Windows To Go enables new mobility scenarios as well as other important enterprise usage. For example,Substitute Teachers: Get contingent staff up and running faster without compromising securityAny Software Assurance for Windows or Windows VDA licensed device is able to run Windows To Go from anywhereBYOD: Embrace “Bring Your Own PC” while minimizing infrastructure costs Any Software Assurance for Windows or Windows VDA licensed device is able to run Windows To Go from anywhere (for primary device) Any device licensed with the companion device add-on for Software Assurance for Windows may run Windows To Go from anywhere (for secondary device) Travel Light: People travel light without sacrificing productivityThe primary user of any Software Assurance for Windows or Windows VDA licensed device may run Windows To Go from a personally owned or third-party owned PC from home or on the road (without additional license requirement) under roaming rightsShared PCs: Enable free seating even when people roam across mobile workstations Any Software Assurance for Windows or Windows VDA licensed device is able to run Windows To Go from anywhereUp and Running on Windows 8: Help end user test, trial, evaluate and take advantage of Windows 8 before it is installed on their PC.Any Software Assurance for Windows or Windows VDA licensed device is able to run Windows To Go from anywhere
  • Note to presenter, unhide if in the US market and to discuss Bing for Schools offerSearch is about more than just privacySearch is about more than just privacy. With Bing for Schools, we’re getting ads out of the classroom (because every time you tell a student to “Google it”, you are knowingly exposing them to advertising) and filtering out inappropriate adult content automatically. But we’re also teaching kids how to be good digital citizens and empowering them with the skills they need to succeed online. Plus, with the ability to donate Bing Rewards to schools, we can help involves the community in supporting your schools.At the beginning of class, Mary’s teacher puts the Bing homepage image of a volcano and asks the class the critical thinking question “If this volcano erupted, would the nearest town be safe?” Mary uses Maps to find the volcano and the distance to the nearest town, while another student uses Web Search to find the explosive radius of a volcano. They come together to share information and answer the question, all without seeing any adult content or ads.Mary heads home and talks to her mother about her day and how she used Bing in the classroom. Her mother also uses Bing at home and has already helped other parents earn a donation of over twenty Surface RTs to Mary’s school.Her teacher Neal accesses the Partners In Learning site to browse free lesson plans to help Mary learn how to apply search skills in his class the next day. He finds mini-lessons for all grades and subjects, and selects from a growing archive for a mini-lesson that includes a high-resolution image from around the world, the Common Core standards the lesson teaches, and a central critical thinking question with questioning process for students to follow.Key PersonasBuyer Personas: Decision makers and teachers that want a safe and excellent learning experience for their students.Parents that want to contribute to a safe online experience for their kids.User Personas: Mary is a student in 9th grade. Neal is a teacher.Pain PointsNeed to protect children from bad influences on the Internet.Need to prevent advertising in schools.Need to teach search skills and digital literacy.Need to provide hardware in classrooms.Messaging PillarsPillar 1 – Productive ClassroomMaintain a productive atmosphere and keep your students focused on learning.Pillar 2 – Keep the Children SafeTechnologies enables incredible experiences but you have to make sure it is done in a safety-focused manner. Win 8 FeaturesSmartSearch for safe, ad-free experiences
  • Note to presenter (1): this slide is optional; only cover if needing a slide to discuss some new advances in devicesWindows 8.1 is compatible with all of your existing investments. The hardware requirement for Windows 8.1 are unchanged from Windows 8.0. All of the great Windows 8 devices you have will become even better Windows 8.1 devices. With Windows 8 we introduced a new class of devices with touch, long battery life in an array of form factors. But what if you buy a new device? We have made significant advances with the ecosystem in Windows 8.1.Support for the latest processors delivers better performance with increased battery lifeUse hardware like NFC, TPM and advanced biometric authenticationMore devices than ever before will use InstantGo to turn on instantly and keep apps up-to-date and ready to goWindows 8.1 is designed to support new touch displays with both ultra-high resolution and smaller screen sizesBrings capabilities to enable smaller tablets that will feel more natural used in portrait mode for reading and vertically designed appsProject your display over WiFi with the latest standard: Miracast
  • We are seeing a lot of hardware innovation with Windows 8 devices. Now that Windows 8 and Windows RT are generally available, a wide range of new tablets, convertibles and other innovative devices from a variety of manufacturers are becoming available. While some people may still be best served by traditional laptop or desktop PCs, many customers will benefit from new Windows 8 tablets or touch-enabled devices like convertibles (all referred to as tablets in this blog for simplicity). In some cases, these tablets will be used as companion devices alongside existing PCs, while in other cases Windows tablets will become the primary computing device. With the broad range of form factors now available, there’s no “one size fits all” device, nor should there be. For businesses as well, there is now unprecedented level of choice in Windows-powered devices. Many early adopter companies have begun making this important choice for their employees and customers and offer insights that may be helpful to other businesses contemplating their Windows-device selections. So, we wanted to share how some customers choose the right device for their needs and how you might go about making that choice for your organization. We have seen a lot of interest in Windows 8 tablets, as evidenced by some of the customer stories, and will use their examples to illuminate some important criteria when making a Windows 8 tablet selection. (Devices shown on this slide - just a reference to presenter) FIRST ROW: Dell XPS12; Panasonic Toughbook C2; Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro; Microsoft Surface ProSECOND ROW: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2; ASUS VivoTab; Acer Iconia W510 Tablet; HP Elitepad 900THIRD ROW: ASUS VivoTab RT; Dell XPS 10; Lenovo Yoga 11; Surface RT)So, which Windows 8 tablet is right for my business? While we’ve talked about these Windows 8 customers before, their stories demonstrate the importance of making smart tablet decisions, and they serve as helpful examples of businesses that have gone through a similar decision-making process. Not surprisingly, they have not all decided on the same device type. So what were the primary factors for some of these customers? Rooms To Go, a furniture retailer, decided to create a custom line-of-business app for their store salespeople, who will use this app on Windows tablets to interact with their customers to help them make purchasing decisions. For these users, mobility was the primary factor as the salespeople will carry the devices all day through their stores. As a result, they chose Windows RT tablets with ARM processors.Emirates, a large airline, built an app to be used by their flight crews to provide the best in-flight experience to their passengers. By choosing Windows 8 tablets with Intel Atom processors, they are assured that the devices will meet their primary mobility requirements, while also being fully manageable using Active Directory and related technologies.Seton Hall University decided to provide new students with Windows 8 tablets with Intel Core processors and notebooks using Windows 8 Enterprise. These students need devices that have great mobility, while still running a variety of desktop apps and workloads that vary greatly across the student body. To ensure the safety and security of their network, they also need full manageability.PCL Construction has a wide range of tablet users spread across a variety of office locations and construction sites. As a result, they need devices that offer great mobility and can run a variety of apps, all while having convenient connectivity to the corporate network through the DirectAccess capabilities in Windows 8 Enterprise. They have chosen to leverage Windows 8 tablets with Intel Core processors. Choosing Windows 8 and Windows RT Devices for Your BusinessChoosing the best Windows tablet for each person first requires understanding the different capabilities that people in your organization may require, as these become key factors in the decision-making process. Once you determine what capabilities each person or group of employees need, it becomes much easier to decide what type of Windows tablet is required. Detailed guidance to customers: http://blogs.windows.com/windows/b/business/archive/2012/12/14/which-tablet-should-you-choose-for-your-business.aspx
  • Windows devices and services bring together all aspects of what a student needs to do -- create, play, connect, discover, and work.. And they can do this in the classroom, at home, or anywhere.
  • KE Goa 2013 - Effective Use of Technology to Boost Teaching, Learning & Assessment - Arunagiri Kalidas, BDM, India Public Sector, Microsoft Corporation

    1. 1. Role of Industry-Academia partnership to transform Education IT Infrastructure Arunagiri Kalidas Solutions & Strategy – Education Devices Microsoft India
    2. 2. Digital technologies are changing education anytime, anywhere learning expectations BYOD goes mainstream flipped classrooms and mobile learning increasing security and privacy requirements
    3. 3. MOBILITY is the new mantra for the Modern Universities Compliment Teachers Bring Your Own Device (to school) Lighten a Backpack Shared PCs Up and Running on Windows 8
    4. 4. Industry Partners in Learning Cloud Services & Mobile Operators
    5. 5. A day in the life of a student (Scenario) Prepare for College • At night student reviews next day activities including sports, what materials to bring for external and teamwork activities Learn at College • • • • Prints and Save Group presentation or Notes to study for exam to Takes and share notes or copy notes from the best student of the class Interact with facebook and twitter about the class and after college activities Create documents for classes and capture information from different internet Learn Outside of College • • • • • Search for • information to do homework Review audio & video recorded in class Creates documents • while visiting other friends or while using the parent computer at their work Share notes, information and ideas while in the car driving (parents) back home Innovation: Creates projects with several applications while Work on Group projects • Shares documents, information in real time with other students Calls and video conference with • other students from their college or other institution Gain Skills to prepare for real world Entertainment & Hobbies Video Gaming, Robotics, Astronomy, Photography and Art activities outside the school Agenda with friends fo schedule group activities related to a sport • • Studies extra curricular material and topics including other languages or technology related topics like Mobile and web development, dat abases, Graphic Design Participates in tournaments and multicountry projects
    6. 6. A day in the life of a student (DEMOS) Prepare for College • • Exchange Calendar and to-dos from its tablet or Phone OneNote and Word. With Office Web Apps Learn at College • • • One note with sharing and SkyDrive Send info to all social networks from Windows 8 and Windows Phone One Note with screen clipping and Screen shoots. Also PowerPoint with embedded YouTube Work on Group projects Learn Outside of College • • • • • Bing One note Word Online from Windows To Go From the Phone share Word and OneNote books Dreamspark • • • • Lync Calls and meetings Lync Screen Sharing Version control • with SkyDrive Pro ( Sharepoint) Gain Skills to prepare for real world Entertainment & Hobbies Kodu, Robotics Studio, WW Telescope, Fresh Paint, Photosynth and Photo gallery Creating calendars in Exchange and sharing • • IT Academy, MVA and Certifications Imagine Cup
    7. 7. A day in the life of a Faculty (Scenario) Prepare Classes • • • • Review personal and school archives for information related to a class Look for other peers with similar interests and contact them Updates personal blog and class website with new material Look for specific topic related apps to easily transfer Teaches • • • • • share notes with students Create polls to identify class understanding Controls & monitors student activities Creates exams and homework for students Records and saves classes to share with students Research • • • • Manages high • quantity of data and computer power to get results Views complex data in a graphical view for research • decisions Protects, sensitive information Shares information with other peers and teacher communities Upload results to the project website and updates project dates and deliverables Calls and video conference with peers from OTHER universities Grades and Give Feedback to students and parents Family pending activities and plans Work on Group projects • • Creates notifications and updates family calendar Find fun places to spend time with family • • • Updates grades and notify parents of new homework to students Publishing info in the class/college portal
    8. 8. A day in the life of a Faculty (DEMOS) Prepare Classes • • • • SharePoint advanced search like in MSW. People search in MSW and social features in SharePoint. Also Yammer Update my site from Word Windows 8 App Store. Education. Corinth Example Teaches • • • • • One note sharing Lync Polls Multipoint server and Net support or Mstech demo Math Worksheet Generator Lync and record presentation Research • • • • Azure • BI example with • SharePoint Excel and PowerPivot Bit locker, email policies PIL Network and Faculty Connection Work on Group projects • Project Online Unified communications. • With on premise or A4 Outlook.com/cale ndar Here City Lens ( Windows Phone demo with Nokia) Grades and Give Feedback to students and parents Family pending activities and plans • • • Excel online with grades graphics portal SharePoint Workflows SharePoint Portals
    9. 9. A day in the life of a Parent (Scenario) Help children to do the homework, research and study • • Review the school website and classes website/calendar to see pending homework and week activities Helps kids to search for information on the web Provide kids with Entertainment activities • • Download applications to develop specific skills while kids play Follow up kids progress with teachers • • Motivate kids to look for internships, Jobs • and participate in communities Calls and video • conference with teachers Review student progress and grades in real time from the class website Receives notifications from the different classes directly in their personal email Interact with other parents to generate out of the school activities Access to parents communities with the technologies provided by the school and through social networks to generate after school activities and interact with other parents PROTECT Students • Protects computer for viruses, worms and access to restricted websites
    10. 10. A day in the life of a Parent (Demo) Help kids to do the homework, research and study • • SharePoint websites and intranet Bing Provide kids with Entertainment activities • • Windows 8 Stores • Student 2 • business, Student Partners, Microsoft research Follow up kids progress with teachers Lync, Skype SharePoint workflows, Office web Apps Interact with other parents to generate out of the school activities • Yammer PROTECT Students • Family Safely, Secu rity Essentials, Parental Control
    11. 11. DIGITAL SYNDICATED CONTENT + LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM END POINT DEVICES IP PROTECTION CONTENT HOSTING PLATFORM UNIFIED COMMUNICATION S STUDENT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT WINDOWS & SQL AZURE LYNC + SKYPE MICROSOFT CRM WINDOWS 8 APPS ADVT, DISTBN, GTM ECOMMERCE & BILLING MODEL BROADBAND & CONNECTIVITY ENABLING SOCIAL PLATFORMS DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT OFFICE 365 A2 WINDOWS SERVER & OFFICE 2013
    12. 12. A new class of devices Supports the latest processors – better performance, increased battery life More devices than ever before will use InstantGo to turn on instantly and keep apps up-to-date Supports new touch displays, both ultra high-res and smaller screen sizes Smaller tablets, natural for portrait mode reading, more pervasive pen computing TOUCH | LIGHTER, THINNER, FASTER LONG BATTERY LIFE | MODERN SECURITY NEW FORM FACTORS | SENSORS AND CONNECTIVITY Enables the latest hardware innovation: Miracast, NFC, biometrics (fingerprint)
    13. 13. Great Windows Devices For Every Classroom The Choices of Windows-Powered Tablets The Breadth of Capabilities Windows 8 Tablets with Intel Core Processors Mobility Weight | Battery Life Workload Casual | Intensive Windows 8 Tablets with Intel Atom Processors Apps Desktop apps | Windows Store apps LOB apps | Remote apps Windows RT Tablets with ARM Processors Connectivity Corporate Access | Always On Manageability Full | Simple | Governance
    14. 14. Together … we will Transform education Thank you. arunagk@Microsoft.com

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