Western Sydney University to provide 5,000 students with Surface 3's this year
Western Sydney University has announced that this year it will provide 5,000 students with Microsoft's Surface 3 tablet. The university is working with Microsoft and other partners to create opportunities for students to learn by using new technologies in ways that provide greater flexibility. We've seen airlines put the Surface 3 in the cockpit, and now we are seeing it adopted in even more places.
With technology becoming a bigger part of our everyday lives, it is great to see the university leveraging Microsoft's great products to push the limits of its students.
Source: Microsoft (opens in new tab)
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Congratulations on this tertiary Institution choosing Microsoft as there choice of provider for this addition to students kit. Microsoft is doing wonderful things here in Sydney especially since opening it's Flagship Store. For example they are running special courses for teenagers girls to learn computer code during School holidays,in the auditorium at the new Store. A wonderful idea in my opinion something Apple who have had their flagship store in Sydney for years, has never considered doing, and Microsoft is running these courses for free.
Cheers from Down Under