Hapara has announced its integration with Office 365 and OneNote to provide students and educators on the Microsoft platform with a new tool to further improve student learning outcomes and create a safe online learning environment.
Hapara started as an instructional management system developed in Auckland, New Zealand, for a handful of schools and is now used in 44 countries by more than 1.6 million users.
"Hapara on the Office 365 platform gives educators the tool they need to enable visibility, personalized learning, and safety in this digital environment," said Evan Blackman, education sector manager, Microsoft New Zealand. "Educators have long encouraged collaboration with OneNote, creativity and inspiring students to achieve more. Now they can improve that experience through the visibility of student work that Hapara creates."
To learn more about Hapara's availability on Office 365, read the press release.
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