inspire.

create.

believe

Microsoft Office 2010 (Windows) And Office 2008 (Macintosh)

GPCSD employees can participate in the Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP). This program enables employees to purchase, for a nominal fee of $11, a single licensed copy of the Microsoft Office Suite to install and use on their home computer during the term of their employment or until May 31, 2013.

The new microsoft agreement provides the Home Use Program for current versions of Office Professional Plus 2010 (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, Outlook, OneNote, SharePoint, InfoPath, Outlook) and Office 2008 for Mac. Office 2011 for Mac will be available in the near future.

To access the Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP), employees are asked to visit the HUP website at www.microsoftHUP.com. They will then be asked to validate that they are eligible employees under HUP by using their work email address (full-name@GPCSD.CA) and entering the program code (email support@gpcsd.ca for the district program code). If you require further details, please read the frequently asked questions document.


Smart Notebook 11

Smart Notebook 11 is now available for download. Teachers can get the serial number from their lead teacher. Students can also download the software for home and get the serial number from their lead teacher.


Website Resources


The Alberta Video Co-Acquisition Consortium

The Alberta Video Co-Acquisition Consortium (COAC) is a partnership of Alberta school districts, learning/media resource centers, regional resource centres and Alberta Education. Together, we purchase provincial licenses for educational videos so that our member teachers and their students have access to more high quality video resources at a lower cost. 

In addition to accessing streamed video programs from this web site, Alberta COAC teachers can borrow DVDs from either their school district or regional media resource centres. Member school district and regional media resource centres can purchase at minimal cost copies of licensed COAC video programs for their use or purchase master copies of these licensed COAC video programs so they can make CD or DVD copies for their district.

Microsoft Office 2010 (Windows) And Office 2008 (Macintosh)

GPCSD employees can participate in the Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP). This program enables employees to purchase, for a nominal fee of $11, a single licensed copy of the Microsoft Office Suite to install and use on their home computer during the term of their employment or until May 31, 2013.

The new microsoft agreement provides the Home Use Program for current versions of Office Professional Plus 2010 (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, Outlook, OneNote, SharePoint, InfoPath, Outlook) and Office 2008 for Mac. Office 2011 for Mac will be available in the near future.

To access the Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP), employees are asked to visit the HUP website at www.microsoftHUP.com. They will then be asked to validate that they are eligible employees under HUP by using their work email address (full-name@GPCSD.CA) and entering the program code (email support@gpcsd.ca for the district program code). If you require further details, please read the frequently asked questions document.


Smart Notebook 11

Smart Notebook 11 is now available for download. Teachers can get the serial number from their lead teacher. Students can also download the software for home and get the serial number from their lead teacher.


Website Resources


The Alberta Video Co-Acquisition Consortium

The Alberta Video Co-Acquisition Consortium (COAC) is a partnership of Alberta school districts, learning/media resource centers, regional resource centres and Alberta Education. Together, we purchase provincial licenses for educational videos so that our member teachers and their students have access to more high quality video resources at a lower cost. 

In addition to accessing streamed video programs from this web site, Alberta COAC teachers can borrow DVDs from either their school district or regional media resource centres. Member school district and regional media resource centres can purchase at minimal cost copies of licensed COAC video programs for their use or purchase master copies of these licensed COAC video programs so they can make CD or DVD copies for their district.