Announcing the Keynote Speakers - Microsoft Academic Conference for Higher Education, June 19-20th
Learn the latest trends in technology and education directly from Microsoft experts!
Vice President, U.S. Education, Microsoft
”Margo Day is vice president of U.S. Education for Microsoft. She is responsible for the U.S. Education strategy and sales to K-12 and higher education customers across the U.S. Through partnerships, programs and technology, Microsoft plays a significant role in helping institutions and educators transform learning that makes a real impact on educational outcomes and helps students realize their full potential”… read Margo Day’s full bio here!
Distinguished Tech Evangelist, Microsoft
”James Whittaker is a technology executive with a career that spans academia, start-ups and top tech companies. Whittaker is known for being creative and passionate leader and entertaining speaker and author. Now a Distinguished Engineer, Whittaker works on the Internet of Things and intelligent machines. He is the go-to guy at Microsoft when customers want to see a compelling and realistic view of the future of man and machine”… read James Whittaker’s full bio here!
Vice President, Worldwide Education, Microsoft
”In his role leading the worldwide execution of Microsoft’s vision for education, Anthony Salcito works to help empower educators and inspire students to achieve more. He aims to transform the way we learn with the support of the best technology to help build critical skills for the modern, global workplace. With a belief that educators will forever be the heroes of the classroom, Salcito authors Daily Edventures (http://dailyedventures.com), which highlights the inspiring stories of educators, students, education thought leaders and school leaders from around the world”… read Anthony Salcito’s full bio here!
Register today for the Microsoft Academic Conference for Higher Education!
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What: Microsoft Academic Conference for Higher Education
When: June 19-20th, 2017
Where: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters, Redmond, Washington
Visit the Microsoft Academic Conference for Higher Education website for more information.