Based in Windsor, Ontario, Microsoft education partner Memarden builds tools that help teachers engage students and improve results in just minutes. The National School Boards Association of the United States. (NSBA) has selected Memarden as its Technology Innovation Showcase winner for 2016.
Memarden runs on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform and provides teachers the ability to create student-centered game- and project-based learning experiences that engage students and improve results. Memarden also integrates with Microsoft Office 365 so teachers can use the expressive power of Office documents and their built-in collaboration capabilities to enable student creativity to take flight.
"We're encouraged to see innovative companies like Memarden creating engaging and collaborative experiences for teachers and students," said Anthony Salcito, vice president of Worldwide Education, Microsoft. "Memarden is certainly a company addressing this need and helping to transform the classroom experience for many students around the world."
To learn more about Memarden in the classroom, read the press release.