Microsoft’s new Office contest wants students to showcase their creativity

Email Twitter: @JonnyACaldwell Jul 17th, 2015 inNews

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Microsoft’s Office products have always been a useful tool for students. From writing essays in Word, doing math with Excel, or presenting to a class with PowerPoint presentations, it’s easy to see how Office can be essential for so many things in a student’s academic life.

The Microsoft PC Accessories team is hosting a contest where students write about how they use technology to be creative. Students will submit a Word document written with no more than 300 words to [email protected]. Contestants must also provide their name, the school name of where they attend, and an email address. The full rules for the contest are located here

Microsoft is hosting a contest, students write how they use technology to be creative

If chosen, one of the lucky ten winners will be to taking home a new Universal Foldable Keyboard designed by Microsoft, similar to the one we recently reviewed. Also, one very lucky winner will also take home a Surface Pro 3, complete with the Type Cover and a Bluetooth mouse. The contest ends on July 31, so students must hurry. 

How do you use technology to be creative? Let us know in the comments below!

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