- Program Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (formerly Microsoft Imagine)
- What is included in the programme
- Who can use the programme
- Use of the program
- Procedure for downloading the software
Program Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (formerly Microsoft Imagine)
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is a Microsoft licensing program that provides member departments or faculty with unlimited licenses of selected products for teaching and research purposes.
What is included in the programThe program includes:
- Operating systems (Windows) including SDKs and DDKs
- Development tools (Visual Studio* including SDK, Robotics Developer Studio, ...)
- Server products (Windows Server, ISA Server, BizTalk Server, Exchange Server, SQL Server, Systems Center products, ...)
- Applications: Visio, Project, Access, Virtual PC, ...
- Azure: 100$ credit
Who can use the program
FI students - on their home computers, as long as they are taking at least one course in computer science (trivially fulfilled). The student must be an FI student, it is not enough to be enrolled in a course at FI. After graduating from FI, they can continue to use the software, but may not reinstall it (e.g. when reinstalling a computer) and will no longer receive updates from FI.
FI teachers - on their office computers, if they are FI employees and at the same time teach an IT-oriented subject, under specific conditions (interested teachers should contact the administrator of Azure Dev Tools for Teaching at FI MU).
FI doctoral students - on their computers in their offices.
It is also possible to install the software in FI computer labs and research laboratories.
None of these uses must contradict the permitted uses of the software and in particular must not correspond to any of the prohibited uses of the software - see below.
Uses of the softwareThe software within the programme can be used:
- For the purpose of and in support of teaching and non-profit or grant research in computer science.
- For for-profit research (e.g., involving companies) and teaching (e.g., training of external entities).
- As a terminal for Unix/Linux access (in the sense of predominant use - no problem reading mail on Aise, of course).
- For computers of parents, friends, etc.
- For commercial application development or other profitable work.
- For faculty work not related to research or teaching (e.g., economics, network administration, or other infrastructure).
If you are interested in a use that is not explicitly stated or adequately explained here, do not experiment and contact the program administrator instead.
Procedure for downloading the software
If you have access to the program, you can access the system's front page by clicking on the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching link in the authenticated faculty administration area. To authenticate, use your Office 365 account, i.e. login firstname.lastname@example.org and primary password.
On the home page, click on the Software link. Use the search box at the top of the screen to find specific software. Once you have selected the software, use the Download and View Key links.
If you require the software in a different language version, click on the gear icon at the top of the page to open the settings and change the display language there. This will also change the language of the software offered.
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