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Give your students the edge: The new Academic Program “Teaching with Micro Focus Software”

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 In today's technology-driven world, the role of software education has become increasingly crucial. The integration of software programs in the classroom has the potential to revolutionize the way students learn, making the education experience more engaging and interactive. This is where the OpenText concept of "Teaching with Micro Focus Software" comes into play. It is a program offered to academic sites that want to furnish their teachers with industry standard products and the skills and knowledge they need to effectively use the technology in their classrooms.

One of the key benefits of teaching with industry standard software is the ability to provide students with real-life, hands-on experience. Schools, colleges, or universities can teach students using real-world software as part of their daily curriculum. This can be particularly beneficial in subjects such as computer science, engineering, and mathematics where students need to apply their knowledge to real-world problems. By using the software programs, teachers can provide testing tools, create simulations, virtual environments, and interactive activities that help students better understand complex concepts. This type of active learning has been shown to increase student engagement and retention of information, offering hands-on experience with software gives them an advantage in the job market.

Another significant benefit of "Teaching with Micro Focus Software" is that it empowers teachers with the latest software for their teaching programs, along with comprehensive documentation and resources. By introducing cutting-edge technology in the classroom, teachers can provide students with access to resources and tools that may not have been available to them before. In today's job market, having technology skills is increasingly essential, and by teaching with software programs, academic sites can equip students with the skills they need to succeed in their future careers. Furthermore, using software programs in the classroom helps students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, which are crucial for success in any field. Moreover, the program allows academic sites to build lesson plans without exceeding their budget, offering students the opportunity to learn high-demand application development, cybersecurity, and modernization software skills for free.

  In conclusion, "Teaching with Micro Focus Software" at academic sites is a pivotal step in preparing students for the future. By providing students  with real-life, hands-on experience and access to cutting-edge technology, academic sites can level the playing field and equip students with the skills they need to succeed in the workforce.

Apply now to receive select Micro Focus products free of charge and give your students the skills they need to meet current and future business demands.

Find details on the new "Teaching with Micro Focus Software" program here

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We would also like to draw your attention to our TTP event in July this year: TTP USA 2023 - Provo, Utah, USA

Live face-to face event offering weekend workshops and five days of technical sessions, covering a wide range of topics relevant to academic customers.

There is no charge to attend the event, whether you join us in person or online.

TTP USA 2023 - more information here

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    This is amazing! Thinking back to my school days, I really wish something like this existed. I feel like it would have given me a major advantage going into the workforce after graduation. 


    The value of this program is huge both for the students and the teachers. I really hope this program takes off as once the word gets out people will start to understand what is brings to the table. Spread the word people - please.