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Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

The University’s subscription to the Microsoft Campus Agreement provides a membership to the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. This membership grants active faculty, staff, and students currently teaching or attending one or more courses in any of the Science (STEM) departments, or the Science College of the Faculty of Arts and Science of the University, access to Microsoft software, professional development tools, and services.

The software is available at no extra cost for students, faculty, and staff to download and install on their personally owned computers. Software acquired through this subscription may also be installed on departmental lab workstations.

Membership to Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching subscription also includes:  

  • Microsoft platform, server, and developer tools software as well as betas and new releases
  • Online access to all Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching content

To view a complete list, visit their website: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/


Who can use it?

Active faculty, staff and students currently enrolled in or teaching courses in the eligible science (STEM) departments. To review which departments fall under the STEM category, visit the Azure for education website.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost associated with electronically downloading software covered under the agreement.

How to get it

For students:

  • Visit the Microsoft Azure login page
  • Click Sign in
  • Enter your_netname@live.concordia.ca
    (where 'your_netname' represents your Concordia student netname)
  • Enter your MyConcordia portal netname and password on the second sign-in page
  • Click the radio button to agree with the terms and conditions. The next page will be the Education Hub for the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching software.
For faculty and staff:
  • Visit the Microsoft Azure login page
  • Click Sign in
  • Enter your netname@staff.concordia.ca
    (where 'netname' represents your Concordia employee netname)
  • Enter your MyConcordia portal netname and password on the second sign-in page
  • Click the radio button to agree with the terms and conditions. The next page will be the Education Hub for the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching software.

Note: Support is only provided for the functionality and login aspects of the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching website. For more information, see the Support section of this page

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