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Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (ADT4T) for UniSA Students

Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (previously known as Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium) is a subscription-based offering for accredited schools and departments providing access to tools commonly used in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs.

It provides professional developer and designer tools, software, and services from Microsoft to your faculty and students. It includes our latest technologies and cloud services to inspire and excite students. And, it provides educators a diverse set of resources to ensure their classrooms challenge, engage, and motivate students in new ways.

All students at UniSA have access to Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, as long as they adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is to be used for STEM-focused instruction. Any course that has a focus on using Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in their curriculum is eligible to use Azure Dev Tools for Teaching to help professors teach and students learn more effectively.
  • The software must be used for instructional or research purposes.
  • Students may enjoy unlimited usage of software for the purpose of furthering their learning and research efforts. The software is not to be used to run a business or for ventures that drive commercial profit.

For the full software list, please refer to the FAQ or Help Guide

However the following are the most popular

  • Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Visio
  • Microsoft Access
  • Visual Studio
  • SQL Server
  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server

Microsoft Project is included in Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. Assuming you use the software within the terms specified above, you may access and use the software.

  1. Make your way to Azure
  2. Follow on screen prompts or the step by step guide

Most of the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching software is only compatible with the Microsoft Windows operating system.

The exceptions are:

  • Machine Learning Server (Linux)
  • Microsoft R Server (Linux)
  • Visual Studio (Mac)

There are some alternatives or work-arounds to access this software using your non-Windows device. Please refer to the following guides: