Microsoft Education – Accessibility and Inclusion with Remote Learning


And today, we’ve got Accessibility an remote learning. So thanks for joining this should be nice will start with the latest news and updates and then I’m actually gonna take over and do some demos of Accessibility and some of the tools, we have for the inclusive classroom and. Then we are lucky to have Rachel Burger someone who’s actually working with me on my team, but also she is an executive director at decoding dyslexia d the mother of three boys at two of which have ave special learning differences. That she’s going to talk about. The three quick links that we’re always gonna cover every time the main Microsoft Edu remote learning site the teams education quick start guide which is a great guide to use for people who are branded a teams and trying to. Get up and running and then also make sure that you sign up for the teams remote learning community. It’s over 4000 strong. Now with educators from all over the world many from the United States but many from all different parts of the country and world and we’re collaborating. The Microsoft product engineering team is in there to help out give support and there are many educators learning tips and tricks from each other which h is great. The three updates for today So every time we do one of these we have three new links or resources to share out. First one brand new and I gotta say it’s a little bit about my own self, which is I’ve just started a YouTube channel for quick Edu videos. So I put some of these little quick tips out on Twitter things like Power Point screen recording or how to do teams meeting options and they’ve gotten really popular in a lot of people asked, hey can, you put these Videos in a place where anyone can use them and access them. So I just started YouTube el and I’ll start uploading more and more d more videos there the link is right. Here at the top. We also just made all of our previous remote learning webinars. So this is I think our 7th or 8th one, I’ve lost track how many. But we made a YouTube playlist, so you can access any of the past videos today’s video will go live on You Tube probably tomorrow morning. And so that’s one where if you miss something you can go get caught up the next day. And then also we’ve got the inclusive classroom web and R itself. I realize, I’m missing a slash here, I’ll add that in the PowerPoint to fix it but I let a full hour long deep dive inclusive classroom web and are a few months ago. And so many of the things I’ll be showing a glimpse up today I go deep into a much longer presentation on inclusion and Accessibility using Microsoft’s tools. And then also a reminder we do have our full remote learning web and our schedule posted. We’re adding more and more shows all the time we’re actually booked all the way until April 8 so go to this link find the latest updates. We’ve got little link cycles for or your calendar. So you can add it into your calendar with all the information and links. Go out there check it out share it with your friends and neighbors and other educators. And with that. There’s a picture of me ’cause I’m going to be doing the next segment. We normally have other people on the Microsoft product team but today is Accessibility. So I will be talking all about inclusion and Accessibility, so here we go. At a high level Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person on the planet to achieve more our education mission is empowering every student on the planet to achieve more. And so that is really an inclusive message that goes into everything we do, it’s empowering every single student. And just as a background some statistics. These are from the United States, but I think it around the globe, but there’s some similar types of statistics almost three quarters of classrooms have four or more reading levels almost three quarters of classrooms have special ucation students built into the mainstream Gen Ed over half of f of classrooms have non native speakers or we call them in the U S English language learners and over 50 percent of instructional time can be spent by rse. And personalized dude needs could be assisted technology could be personal ization. And so we want to help enable educators to scale out across all of that. Now this slide here we’re not going to be covering everything, but this shows how Microsoft thinks about all of our capabilities across the entire company for Accessibility. And this link here is really good to bookmark this Accessibility sway we breakdown every single free capability Microsoft has by category listed he ran all the free software. That’s built in that u already have access to most people I hear from rom say gosh, I had no idea these things existed Mike and so this is to really help spread awareness there. But today, I’m gonna be going through the inclusive classroom and I’m going to be talking about reading writing math and communication tools. And I’m gonna be spending less time than I normally do I can be going through pretty quick ’cause we have limited time but I want to make sure you get a sense of all these things and actually this slide. Here, I usually put towards the end but I put it up at the beginning because everything, I’m going to show right now plus more is all available in these free interactive guides for reading writing math communication. So you can click through it’s like, you’re using the software, but you’re not it walks, you through it and these can be shared broadly. So if you have special Ed or attack directors or. Reading specialist that you want to share these tools with these are fully public. So take a picture of this check it out the deck. This is probably the most useful thing, I’m going to show today are these interactive guides that you can do everything. I’m about demo it and with that we’re just going to get right into reading and I’m going to show the immersive reader briefly. So hopefully many of you have heard about the immersive reader. It’s built, right in his free tools like e word OneNote teams flipgrid forms many places here I am in the free version of word in the Web and I’m going to go to the view menu and hit immersive reader I wanted to make sure I share my system audio. So you can hear this So you can see we reduce distractions. And we call this focus mode not play this study of earths landforms is called physical geography. We have text to speech and read aloud I can change the voice speed. Faster slower I can choose male or female voice I can choose how the page looks, so I can increase spacing. Right here. There’s research around visual crowding. And for some students if you increase spacing that can help with reading speed and comprehension I can change the background color very easily. So these are tuned for Accessibility, and it’s very easy to pick a color that works best for you we can even change a couple of fonts here and I can make the text much bigger. So I can increase the text size. So think about visual impairments. English language learners, maybe early readers practicing sight words. So it’s really easy to change the way that page looks. Then I’m gonna go on to the next set of features up here in the upper, right call grammar tools, and I can break words into syllables. So clicking them syllables. It’s like the syllable claps where you say syllables and you clap your hands. I just broke all the words into syllables with a single click. I can highlight the nouns parts of speech here purple the verbs are in green adjectives in red adverbs in gold I can even show the labels. So if I can’t make out that distinguishing mark because maybe I’ve challenges with color and I can also change the colour. So maybe in this case they want nouns to be blue. So it’s very personalizable, and that makes it easy for students to do this on their own they don’t need the teacher to hold their hand to do these things they can do it themselves. Now I’m gonna show the last couple of things in the immersive reader I’m going to go to reading preferences in the upper, right? OK, I’m gonna choose line focus right here. And so that’s a reading ruler, now I can focus my eyes. So thinking about ADHD think about dyslexia or people with cerebral palsy, I can still read it. Is important for students to know about the physical geography of earth automatically scrolls it, I can move with the arrow s myself by clicking up and down and I can choose three lines or five lines. It’s very easy to personalize that. Last couple of things I can click on the word and get a picture. So this is the picture dictionary I can play earth you can hear it read. Mountains and finally will translate now I can translate in over 60 languages. And in this case, I’ll choose Spanish and will choose it on by word if I click on the word here and then finish earth switches that really loud voice. And if I want to go back to reading preferences and click on document, right? Here. Now it translates the entire document. Let’s hear that. The restaurant. And you can see it still has the words broken into syllables. If I want to slow that down. Maybe it’s too, fast for Maine. Yeah. Las formas at the airport, and if I want to go back to the original up in the top, I click original. So I can flip between original in Spanish. So that is a whirlwind tour of the immersive reader, that’s just built right into word in the browser and it’s built into one note teams flip grid, it’s even in Minecraft and like I said, we have A.. Full interactive demo. I’m not going to go through it but everything I just showed is in this public interactive demo that walks you through exactly. How to use immersive reader? Now the other place, we just launched immersive reader is in the browser. So here I am on a Wikipedia page and I’ve got the edge browser. That’s the free edge browser that just came out a couple of months ago works on Windows 10 or Mac an iPad. In this case, I’ve got a web page up Wikipedia and I can just right click. Maybe I’ll go right click, right here and say read aloud from here. And what it does it get the Colosseum could hold an estimated 50000 to 80000 spectators at various points of its highlights the word in line just before an I can read aloud on any web page I can change the voice speed go. Faster or slower any web page supports reading out loud like that. Well, here’s a New York Times article. So I’m getting pop up ads all this stuff, what if I wanted that to go away I can just hit immersive reader, and it will enter the immersive reader and I get many of those same features that we talked. About. So So reading preferences. Maybe I want line focus. Maybe I want to change the background color to yellow really loud I can break the words into syllables. So that is on a full article in the New York Times, and that’s built right into the edge browser. Now with the latest version of edge. That’s coming out very soon, I can even select text Ann. I can just say hey, here’s some text here. I’m going to right click. And then I can open that an immersive reader. So all those things are built right into the edge browser, and that is free. It’s on Windows 10 and Mac. So this is a great quote about the immersive reader in terms of the impact we’re seeing an this really speaks, I think to the power of immersive reader an impact on parents as well And will talk to Rachel a little bit more later. The other thing I’ll just touch on we’ve got free Microsoft edgecator center courses on dyslexia awareness We’ve had over 200,000 educators go through these courses and they put together their free for educators that are also free for parents to go through so anything you really want to learn about dyslexia at a high level. Now a lot of people don’t know anything about dyslexia and d if educators want to learn this is an hour long course, it’s free and easy to use. We’ve also made the immersive reader fully available in third party apps. So beyond just Microsoft programs. Here’s an example of canvas the immersive reader is built right into canvas. And it’s in a whole bunch of different apps. So it’s available way outside of Word and wondered in teams. It’s now available in places like bunsie pardek nearpod wake lit, Bing link canvas all of these apps and more are adding the immersive reader to themselves. I talked about the free edge browser and the immersive reader is now built in. It’s even in something called office lens. So that’s a free iOS app that I can use take a picture up a book and I say send to immersive reader and d it runs optical character recognition an immediately that picture of the book is right. There is right there inside of the immersive reader. So now I can run all those same nouns syllables read aloud. I can even take the picture from that book and translate it to another language. And here I’m going to Spanish. So that picture of a book that I took with my iPhone or iPad can now read Aloud Spanish. Good morning. Young. So really powerful that’s free fully downloadable today. And Lastly immersive reader is part of Microsoft forms, which is great because now if I have students that have comprehension questions or passages. They want to read out loud they’re working from home they’re not at school, they might not have the pair educator to help read these questions out loud. This is now built right into Microsoft forms. And Lastly, I’m not going to talk much about this, but we’ve got some great sites that have full PD all the information research full in depth demos everything about the immersive reader is on this one Microsoft edgecator center. Page. This link is also in the deck. Now we’re going to move to writing. Dictation and editor. So this is a quote from a school for dyslexia we work with about how the pupils without exception hate writing and how learning tools transformed writing we actually have a screenshot this was given your Rachel Burger. I’m going to talk to and she gave us permission. This is from her 7th grade son trig and who’s really dyslexic in this graphic and this is sort of pre dictation or speech to text. This is using word dictation and you can really see the transformation TLE difference in what he’s running all the ideas s are there dictation just makes it easier to get out of the page. And maybe Rachel can tell us a little bit more about that. Now in terms of. That would all show here, I’m going to go and briefly show we have word again, the free version of Word, and if you’re on the home tab There’s the dictate button, right there in Word and I can use speech to text in Word. It’s in PowerPoint. It’s in one note and Outlook. So whether you’re on the Web or on desktop. We’ve got built in speech to text across a bunch of our apps now to make it really easy. We like to say built in mainstream non stigmatising and free if I click on editor, which is also in the home tab. This is like next generation spellchecking So this is also on the Web. And you can see here it has a bunch of things is automatically checking for me. I’ve got 7 spelling errors. So it walks me through my different spelling errors, I can correct these and go to the next one and walk around and you can see it’s pulling out different spelling errors that I can go and choose. One that I want to fix does the same thing for grammar errors, but we’ve also got new things like clarity and conciseness, instead of I did nothing. I did not see anything or maybe formality. Maybe I’m saying things like go bananas and I should say go wild or inclusive language. Maybe I’m saying stewardess is and I might want to say flight attendants or sensitive geopolitical references. So all of these things help improve writing and make it more inclusive. But these are now available for everyone. And so both dictation and editor are built right into word now and these are available and they are free and the great quote for people have been using dictation in editor. I have a student who is writing only three to four sentences before I learned about these tools. He’s ow writing two and a half pages independently with editor and dictation on. This is changing lives. So pretty powerful for being built in an inclusive and these can be used at otely over distance learning all the above. Moving, right along we’re going to do inclusive math next and a lot of times with math. It doesn’t get much attention because it’s really difficult to do with the keyboard is also going to be very expensive, so math is a tricky one especially when your remote and you only have the computer or paper at home. What can we do for students who have th challenges so I’m going to switch back to a demo here I’ve got my ot my good friend OneNote good friend of mine. These tools are built into one note for Windows 10 there also built into the free one note for web and many of them are coming to iPad soon but they’re already there for Windows 10 and the web and here’s an. Equation five X squared plus three X minus 7 equals o to the insert menu. I’m going to math. And what you’ll see is it turns out Inc right into an equation, and I’m going to select an action, I’ll say graph both sides in two D and you can see here I’ve got actually a little. Graph. That’s interactive an insert that under the page if I want I can move it around. I can also drop this and say solve the equation. So helping me solve independently at home. Maybe my parents don’t speak the native language, and it’s tricky for them to help me with math or maybe mom and dad can’t remember that math anymore ’cause it’s been a long time. So I’ll say show steps for completing the square and you’ll see it works out all of the equation, right here. Now, if I’m experiencing dyslexia visual crowding. Maybe some dyscalculia I want to get this brought up bigger. Maybe I vision impairments, maybe I’m an English language learner. There’s an immersive reader button. Right here. And when I launched that it will take the entire set of content and equations, right here into the immersive reader. So all those things that we were doing before are now accessible, right here in the browser or sorry, right Here in the immersive reader. It’s being a little bit Pokey here might be that we’re having some Internet challenges. Now the Internet these days is having all sorts of fun with so many people doing Netflix and You Tube looks like Internet is having some issues, right here on my machine. But what that does is it takes the full thing right up there into the immersive reader in the browser. And so the other thing you can do that I’m not going to show the full demo, but I’ll just show briefly. If I select the same equation in the insert menu I hit math. What happens is I can say solve for X and I can say generate a practice quiz and d if I click this. It’s gonna let me choose how many questions. Do you want and it will generate a quiz for me and it will take all those same equations that I might have five X squared plus three X minus 7 and it will take a Microsoft form and embed that right on. The page. And so it looks at that equation and generates a set of new s solve for X and their similar but different than the equations. That were originally there. So I can now generate my own math quiz and practice on my own so I can select these. And so I’m generating our practice quiz at home mom and dad can’t help and I’m studying for a quiz and I could submit this and because it’s a Microsoft form I can get the results myself and it. ‘ll tell me look I guess them all wrong, but it will show me what the right answer is and I can put those back into the math tool in practice myself. So very quick tour of the math work, that’s built right into one note. That’s free and available and again, there’s a full interactive guide So anything, I just saw can be practiced with those interactive guides. The last thing I’m going to show his student parent communication. And I’m gonna take a chance we’ll see how the Internet is I’m going to turn on alive captions as I’m going and PowerPoint has captions built in and you can see here. It’s captioning across the top in Spanish. And as I’m going here you can see that Spanish is coming right out. The technology behind the scenes, that’s being used is coming from Microsoft Translator this is a a free app for your iPhone or Android or the web and translator takes any communication coming in and translates in real time to multiple languages going out. So in this case, there’s a student who is deaf and hard of hearing who is getting captions, you can also set your phone. So anyone can join with the joint code or QR code. So imagine you’re trying to communicate with a student or apparent remotely and they don’t understand let’s say English they can join with their phone and connect. And choose to see the language they want. What does that look like this is a administrator who’s talking in English and all these parents have their phones connected through a joint code or a cure code that administrator sent to them. So if I was doing a remote parent teacher conference. This is how the person who speaks Chinese would see it their device and when did they talk back to me it comes back to k to me in English. So that’s our parent teacher conference can happen when the parent doesn’t speak the native language. And so this entire scenario can happen remotely as well as in person. So for distance learning this s is incredibly powerful way to engage parents is an example in New York City they cancelled all parent teacher conferences in person they’re doing them all over the phone And if you can’t speak the native language. That’s going to be incredibly difficult. So translator and these technologies like real time captioning in PowerPoint is also built right in and that’s available for free today. And we have PD. And tools and tricks and tips to show you exactly how ow to do it as well as that interactive training that I talked about? So this is all in the deck we have PD videos interactive training on how to do translator with parents how to do parent teacher conferences remotely and all the above. So to wrap up and we’ll get to our interview with Rachel. We have these interactive guides everything. I showed you right now is documented in an interactive way that anyone can use reading writing math and communication it’s all freely available share these broadly. And finally to wrap up. No one had should have to ask for access it should just be there we to say it’s built in mainstream non stigmatising and free and it’s available for remote and distance learning, right now and with that that’s. The final not going to go through other resources, but ut there are more resources in this PowerPoint we’re now going o wrap this part up in transition over to Rachel Burger who ho is part of my team at Microsoft but also has some other rules that she’s going to be talking about, I’m going to let. Our producer mariline switch over to Rachels video. Now I’m going to start presenting. And I’m going to be asking Rachel. Some questions. And so Rachel. Thanks for joining. Hey everyone thanks for having me. So let’s start out why don’t you tell the audience just tell us about your background and experience sort of outside of Microsoft where you and I work together tell us a little bit about outside of Microsoft in your background. And roll in history. Sure So outside of Microsoft. I am also the executive director for Minneapolis based nonprofit called Decoding Dyslexia Minnesota And we are a nonprofit that’s focused on students with learning disabilities, I also up in that role is partnered with our Department of Education. To put out guidance on dyslexia specifically and created dyslexia Handbook. I’m an advocate and consultant with schools specifically in the area of assistive technology and accommodations for students who learn differently, and then last but not least I am the mother of three boys and two which have their fair share. Of learning differences. So they’re just a little bit about me. Well thanks now, so is the world is shifting temporarily to remote or distance learning. Both as a parent as well as the president or executive director of decoding dyslexia. What are your top concerns for students with disabilities? So I think I’m just giving the current situation everybody’s feeling very uneasy myself as a parent, but then also myself as a leader of a nonprofit that works with kids the top things that come to mind really are Accessing content and enabling students be able to demonstrate their knowledge having students be able to participate in classroom activities and engage in that content. Many students with learning disabilities don’t have an aide whether that’s a para or a special education teacher with them in the home. So that’s going to make things a little bit difficult to navigate. And so I kind of worry about the home support for students who learn differently. I’m not as much worried about the assistive tech ’cause I know we’ve got that covered but I know that when students learn differently have to learn something that’s new and seems like a challenge to them that can. Create anxiety and depression and all sorts of uneasy feelings. And so I kind of think about those things. Then I got on a positive note. I want to say there are some positives to this we’re going to have shorter days and shorter days for the kids that I work with mean less time processing so much content and no they won’t have to. Filter out all of the noise of the classroom and all of those other things. So they can kind of really get down to focusing. So there’s one positive piece too. I think it’s always good to think of some of that too. Yeah, that’s a great point. Actually I hadn’t thought about that. But it’s true. I’ve seen it with my own daughter the days are definitely shorter. Yeah, they are just just for ance, my son who’s a writing you were showing me or showing and we do a lot of his things. So that at the end of the day. He can hear read his content because by the end of the school they any homework. He’s coming home with that he has to do more reading on he’s just done his brain is done processing information. So we’ve kind of cut him remove that road block and enable him to hear read versus sight read. And so right now we’re just, I look at that, and I’m like you know. His days are going to be shorter. He’s probably going to have the ability to sustain much longer. Yeah. So, you know, myself working with you lot on this and you’ve had other roles in the past you work a lot ools and educators all across the United States on these topics. So how can technology help students who have to learn from home for students with learning differences working technology help the most in your mind? So I think about, well, first of all one of the things that I really like about this current situation again, I’m trying to find the positives because we all know were put into a situation that we didn’t ask for. Kinda don’t know what it’s going to go back to normal, but I think about the fact that our technology is not stigmatising when you’re using it now home environment you don’t know when someone else is using dictation because. They have to or when they’re using text to speech let non stigmatising pieces. Really awesome other ways that. Technology can help students is it really gives each user the ability to personalize, so they’re learning experience in a way that works best for them and it can help students by doing that it can help students gain their independence. It can also help them more effectively demonstrate subject matter knowledge because they have a variety of mediums to use and, you know, by one of the studies Mike that you and I know about with the British dyslexia Association in. Null ll Hill School assistive technology is shown to elp students who learn differently too. Engage in ways that wasn’t previously possible. So again going kind of back to some of the tools that that we’re familiar it’s just the support that we have the ability to. Help students with is just amazing. Yeah, I think the point about non stigmatising is a really good one made my mantra is built in mainstream non stigmatising and g and free and when you’re at home. The famous on the Internet. No one knows your dog at home. No one knows what you’re using for software. No one cares on the site So I think that’s a great point, that’s a benefit of this is where students might get used to and really comfortable with the technology at home. So when they go back to school they don’t have to ask the teacher How do I do X or Y with the technology So I think that’s a great point. So here’s another question for you. And you got a lot of experience. How can parents engage and help in this process these parents might have students were at home. Now. Yeah, so the parents can learn about the technology and the tools offered to students specific learning needs and expose their students to the technology. So that their kids have the opportunity to learn what works best for them again, kind of enabling them to personalize their experience. And so really parents are big players in this right now the more they can do to learn what’s out there and expose their kids. The better experience. It’s going to be for everyone navigating this right now and I also see that having parents as a support and as someone that’s involved in this piece it also helps the educators especially like thinking about two of my. Sense and their personal learning plans. And so it really helps their edgecator and myself come together as a team in this instance, I’m like how are we going to meet students needs and so that at kind of enabling us to circle around. The child and support those needs the parents definitely have a place here. Now in terms of this is a little slightly slightly related off topic, but you were involved in the creation of this an unfortunate right now a lot of Microsoft stores are closing in the United States it’s Temporary but talk to talk about some of the Microsoft Store events and literacy trainings with families and parents that you help spearhead that movements and we talked about them, right. That was that ing that once we get back to doing things in the way that. We’re used to and not having to social distance are Microsoft stores of which there are 80 across the nation are are a just a wealth of information and resources at your gertips and they offer different workshops for the community. And so I spearheaded these community workshops based on the learning tools Microsoft has created for students really of all abilities, but focused on helping students with dyslexia dysgraphia and dyscalculia. And so what’s really great is you don’t have to wait for your store to host one of those events, you could simply call the store or send them an email and you’re looking for the CDs which is community development specialist and just ask him. Hey could you host a learning tools workshop an you can invite about your friends or they can just schedule it themselves and they’ll invite educators but that’s a eat way to have a hands on workshop. The other thing that’s offered is I myself an. We’ve got a lot of great webinars is Mike Showed in his slides some we are available to do those types of learning opportunities as well. So getting wrapped up here. Do you have any final advice for schools or parents who are trying to figure out Accessibility and remote learning and I really fast time frame and a lot of people are scrambling uhm what advice do you have and if there’s any esources we can put them in the deck brother some top resources and advice you might recommend for people. Right So again, it’s a a super overwhelming time for everyone. We’re going to place where we’re not very comfortable. Right. And were uncharted territory So I think the thing that I top of mind for me is please let’s all give each other grace. Let’s give our educators grace. Let’s give our parents grace. Let’s please give our students grace. Nobody’s comfortable right now with kind of where we’re at but think about the fact that we are a community here Microsoft. Educators parents students were a community surrounding children and their learning needs. And so we’ve got a lot to offer an can support one another in that way. And we can learn and grow together. But this is going to be a time where experiential learning comes into place and d we need to support one another and then we need to look for our resources in some really quick how TOS or something that I would like to tell the audience that they they could take away today, it would be. Hum I’m sure you have it Mike the all about the immersive reader landing page we have because that just talks all about the immersive reader and provides a ton of links. The other thing that I think about is the Microsoft educator community and all of the videos that are available within the educator community for individuals to access and take at their own pace. And then Lastly if I was giving parents or educators something that they could walk away with checking out today I’m in addition to immersive reader. I would say. Try out office lens. Is it’s quick and it’s easy and it’s very accessible and user friendly. That’s great. Well, Rachel. Thank you for joining us today. And I’m gonna retake the screen here in just a second just for the rap up but I think a lot of great content and thoughts for people to think about in the world of Accessibility and remote learning together. So just to recap of our initial key resources the Microsoft E D remote learning site the teams education quick start guide and then be sure to sign up for our remote learning community team and. We also have a couple of other things just the our show notes they’ll be posted probably in fifteen twenty minutes from now so the full power point deck with links and resources and content. Fully public and available at this link here. We’re also going to be having this video posted to our YouTube playlist probably by tomorrow morning. So you can go watch any of our videos, right there, and then always reminder if you need support your teachers are having issues with any Microsoft education software our link, right. Here will take you to a place we can file a support ticket that will be tracked and will follow up on that. And then Lastly more webinars, so tomorrow we’ve got actually my manager Michelle Freed who’s heading up the entire Microsoft education sort of covered response remote learning effort. Michelle is going to be interviewed by me on this show, so that will be very interesting. We’ve also got Jonathan Briggs from the local Eastside preparatory school they were one of the very first schools in the nation to flip to online learning many weeks ago at this point. So we’re going to hear how’s it going what have you learned what were the challenges. And then on Monday we’ve got a many Sandhu from the teams group and also David Ohlinger from O’dea high school is gonna be talking about how to set up teams and how he helped move their entire schools online. Conference platform to teams in a week. He was pretty crazy and he did an amazing job, and then Tuesday March 31 we’ve got Shay Harrison the engagement program talking about all the work they’re doing with schools as well as Magna santore who’s s helped one. Of the largest scale teams deployments. Maybe in the world. He’s done some amazing things out in Norway. So he’ll be joining us pretty late Western European time. And with that. Thank you very much and will see you soon.

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