Bangladesh university delivers online learning with Microsoft 365

Bangladesh university delivers online learning with Microsoft 365
13,000 students can now use Microsoft Teams and Office 365 to complete work and collaborate

Elly Yates-Roberts |

American International University Bangladesh (AUIB) is delivering online learning to 13,000 students with Microsoft 365 Education. The solution enables users to collaborate with classmates in Microsoft Teams and complete work using Office 365 apps. 

According to Microsoft, “AIUB has been able to build a comprehensive and efficient online education system for the students and faculties, while ensuring lesson continuity with interactive teaching” and students have been able to complete an entire semester online with Teams. 

“Adapting to the new normal to continue the education of our students was not easy,” said Carmen Lamagna, vice chancellor of AIUB. “With the help of Microsoft solutions along with our infrastructure, we were able to onboard 13,000 students, faculty members and all the administrative staff within four days. Microsoft 365 Education has multiplied our efficiency and productivity. With the help of it, we have been able to recreate the physical classroom experience for the students and lecturers improving the collaboration during the pandemic.” 

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