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A Note to EducatorsAt Microsoft, we recognize that it is no easy task for academic institutions to provide the relevant andengaging computing courses that students need to expand their life skills and enhance theiremployment opportunities. Academic institutions are the center of the skills development ecosystem,working with communities, education stakeholders, and local industries to transform learning intoreal-world employment skills in a way that resonates with today’s students.The Microsoft IT Academy Program evolved under the guidance of educators with the core mission tohelp enable academic institutions to offer world-class computer technology curriculums enriched withreal-world skills. Microsoft IT Academy Members are provided with the infrastructure and informationneeded to design the right course offerings, align to industry hiring needs, and deliver a dynamiclearning experience to a diverse community of students, all in the context of the most cutting-edgeMicrosoft technologies in demand today.Educators and students are the center of the Microsoft IT Academy Program. Program benefits aredesigned to enable instructors to plan, manage, and deliver courses effectively and efficiently, usingthe latest in time-saving resources. Benefits provide students with a rich and resonant learningexperience, using not only the best available textbooks, but also E-Learning and software so thatstudents garner hands-on experience with Microsoft’s industry-leading software. The curriculumalignment to industry values ensures that the skills achieved can be validated both in terms ofpersonal accomplishment, and for professional qualification for potential employers.In the following pages, we invite you to explore the Microsoft IT Academy Program benefits in detail.We hope you find that the benefits offered are compelling and of value for your institution. We lookforward to welcoming you into the Microsoft IT Academy community, and to collaborating with you inimproving student access to technology skills for the future.Sincerely,Heidi JohnsonWorldwide Microsoft IT Academy Program ManagerMicrosoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 2 of 18

ContentsIntroduction . 51. Program Overview . 52. Program Benefit Levels . 53. Curriculum: . 64. Certification: . 65. Software: . 66. Educator Tools:. 67. Microsoft E-Learning Portfolio. 78. Instructor E-Learning Course Management Tool . 79. E-Reference Library . 810. Microsoft Digital Literacy . 811. Microsoft Official Courseware (MOC) (fees apply) . 812. Please note: Delivery of MOC courses through the IT Academy Program is restricted to a 10 hourmaximum per week per MOC course title. MOC may only be taught by a Microsoft Certified Trainerwho is also certified in the Microsoft technology taught in the MOC course. 913. Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbooks (fees apply) . 914. Lab Licenses. 915. Microsoft TechNet Professional Subscription . 1016. Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) Developer and Designer . 1017. Testing Centers . 1118. The Microsoft Certified Trainer program. 1119. Marketing Benefits . 12Membership Requirements . 1220. Eligibility . 1221. Restrictions . 1322. Application and Payment . 1323. Program Administrator . 1324. IT Academy Program Members-only web site . 1325. Curriculum . 1326. Course delivery . 1427. Participating in other Microsoft programs . 14Frequently Asked Questions . 15Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 3 of 18

28. What is the Microsoft IT Academy Program? . 1529. What are the Microsoft IT Academy Program levels?. 1530. Is there a membership fee? . 1531. If an institution has multiple campuses, must each location complete a separate application to beapproved for the Microsoft IT Academy Program? . 1532. How do I become a Microsoft IT Academy Program member? . 1533. What are the requirements for participating in the Microsoft IT Academy Program? . 1534. Do our instructors need to be full-time employees of the institution? . 1635. What happens when Microsoft audits our institution? . 1636. What is required to show proof of our institution’s academic accreditation, if requested? . 1637. Can we cancel our membership and receive a refund?. 1638. How will this program benefit our students? . 1639. How will our institution be able to distinguish itself from other academic institutions that are notMicrosoft IT Academy Program members?. 1640. When can we begin using the Microsoft IT Academy Program logo? . 1741. What type of support can our institution expect? . 1742. What is the curriculum source for the E-Learning?. 17Contact Information . 1743. Regional Service Centers (RSC) . 17Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 4 of 18

IntroductionMicrosoft IT Academy Program (IT Academy Program) membership provides comprehensive resources and special savingsfor academic institutions to help enable innovative IT education. This IT Academy Program guide (Program Guide)provides an outline of the key program benefits and requirements to help you assess whether the IT Academy Program isa match for your institution’s needs. The latest version of this Program Guide and additional program information can befound at www.microsoftitacademy.com.Once you become a member of the IT Academy Program, you will receive the detailed information you need to implementthe program benefits at your institution. IT Academy Program benefits are solely for the IT Academy Program member’slocation listed in the program registration form. Implementation information on setting up your benefits and otherprogram information can be accessed through our members–only web site at http://members.microsoft.com/itacademy.You will need your IT Academy Program member ID number and a Microsoft Live ID to access this site.Program OverviewThe IT Academy Program works with academic institutions to offer top-quality education programs on Microsofttechnologies in order to help students reach their academic and career potential. The program enables academicinstitutions to: Offer world-class technology curriculum to help students acquire cutting-edge, job relevant IT skills Provide rich online learning resources for learning— anytime and anywhere—for both student hands-onlearning and for instructor professional development Link academic learning to real-world job skills to help students graduate with the technology skills they needto help them be successful in today’s job market Create a skilled workforce for employers so that applicants with the right technology education and skills areavailable in the workforce Connect students and instructors to Microsoft for continued engagement for lifelong personal andprofessional technology skills developmentProgram Benefit LevelsThe Microsoft IT Academy Program has three membership levels: Volume Licensing: For institutions that teach IT professional, developer, and information worker courses tied toMicrosoft Certification. If your institution has a current Microsoft Volume Licensing Agreement, you have theoption to purchase your subscription to the IT Academy Program as an add-on to your agreement. VolumeLicensing members enjoy all the benefits of the Advanced level membership, except your lab licenses are providedunder your Microsoft Volume Licensing Agreement. To Learn more about the benefits of attaching IT AcademyProgram to your volume licensing agreement go to pusschool-agreements.mspx Advanced: For institutions that teach IT professional, developer, and information worker courses tied to MicrosoftCertification. Advanced level members enjoy all the benefits of the Essential level, in addition to those benefitsincluded with Advanced level membership. Essential: For institutions that teach Microsoft Office and Microsoft Dynamics courses.Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 5 of 18

Program Benefits Overview:Curriculum: Save teachers time through comprehensive curriculum:oRich, Interactive E-Learning: The Microsoft E-Learning portfolio is available to students and facultyoLesson Plans and Exam Review Kits embedded with project-based learning on key technologiesoEssential computer skills training with Microsoft Digital LiteracyoAcademic pricing on Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbooks for semester and quarterbased coursesoAccess to select Microsoft Press books online with the E-Reference LibrariesCertification: Validating Skills through Microsoft Certification:oAcademic pricing on select Microsoft Certification examsoIT Academy Program members can become a testing center and offer students and faculty convenient,onsite Microsoft Certification testing at your academic institutionoOne free Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) membership and a 25 percent discount on additional MCTmemberships for qualified faculty membersoTen Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) and Twenty Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certificationvouchersSoftware: Lower Institution Costs through Lab Resources: MSDN AA, TechNet, Lab Licenses on select Microsoft softwareoMicrosoft software: Lab Licenses for use in campus computer labsoA one–year subscription to MSDN Academic Alliance (MSDN AA): With MSDN AA, students and facultycan install Microsoft platform, server, and developer software or designer software on their personalcomputers for classroom useoA one–year subscription to Microsoft TechNet: TechNet offers software, Knowledge Base articles, servicepacks, how-to articles, security updates, resource kits, tools, and utilitiesEducator Tools: Resources and Professional Development for Educators: Use of Learning Management System, access to ELearning portfolio and E-Reference LibraryoManage and track your students' E-Learning access with the Learning Management System (LMS)oCreate your own E-Learning courses by using the Learning Content Development System (LCDS)oGenerate course completion certificates for your students when they complete a Microsoft courseavailable under the IT Academy Program.Marketing Resources: Access to Member Web site, Marketing Resources, Locator Tool, Case StudiesoResources to get started with IT Academy Program membership are sent to you in the welcome kitoUse the Microsoft IT Academy Program member logo to market your institutionMicrosoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 6 of 18

oBe discovered by potential students with your institution's listing on the IT Academy Program memberLocatoroGet free posters, videos, and other marketing collateral on the IT Academy Program member siteMicrosoft IT Academy Program Benefits in DetailPlease note that some program benefits may only be available in English and benefits may vary by location. If you havequestions about any particular benefit or a benefit’s availability in your language or region, please contact your localRegional Service Center; see the Contact Information section at the end of this Program Guide.Some program benefits may be provided by a third-party. Microsoft is not responsible for any program benefit providedby a third-party and Microsoft does not sponsor or endorse the third-party vendors or its services or products.Program benefits may have additional terms, conditions and licenses. You may not use a program benefit if you do notagree to any applicable additional terms, conditions and licenses.Microsoft E-Learning PortfolioMicrosoft IT Academy Program members receive unlimited access to a selection of award-winning E-Learning courses onMicrosoft technologies specially chosen for their alignment to technology courses typically taught at Microsoft ITAcademy Program members’ institutions. This expanded portfolio offers E-Learning courses organized into collections.Students will find that the multimedia learning experience adds a rich, interactive dimension to the class concepts, andenables them to get more hands-on practice with the concepts and skills they need. Instructors may use the E-Learning toexpand their professional skills and concepts, and to garner ideas for the classroom. Microsoft IT Academy lesson plansare ready to use as is or can be customized for each class. These lesson plans include recommended E-Learning coursesand modules, and can be found on the IT Academy member website.The E-Learning portfolio at the Essential level includes: Information worker courses included in Microsoft Office 2010 including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, MicrosoftOutlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft AccessThe E-Learning portfolio at the Volume Licensing and Advanced levels includes the Essential-level E-Learning portfolio,and IT Professional courses on Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Internet Explorer,Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft SQL Server Developer courses on Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft .NETFramework, The E-Learning platform is available in more than seventeen languages: English, Portuguese, French,German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Danish, Swedish, Czech, Dutch, Polish, Russian, andNorwegian.Refer to the Microsoft E-Learning course list for the latest TAcademy/benefits/elearningcourses.mspx .Instructor E-Learning Course Management ToolTo provide faculty or program administrators with flexibility and control, the E-Learning is allocated through a coursemanagement tool, which can be accessed online. Upon registering for the E-Learning benefit, instructors are provided withaccess codes to simplify educator access to the course management tool. Here, educators can create classroom levelaccess codes to E-Learning courses, allowing them to manage class-level messaging, and access usage reporting for eachof their classes.Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 7 of 18

E-Reference LibraryIT Academy Program members at the Advanced and Volume Licensing levels will receive five free one-year subscriptionsto the E-Reference Library. E-Reference Library subscriptions are not available to Essential-level membersThe E-Reference Library is the premier virtual library for educators who want to learn about Microsoft software and relatedtechnologies. With the E-Reference Library, members can search across over 120 technology books published by MicrosoftPress. Hosted on Safari Online’s Web site, E-Reference Library allows users to search by topic, technology, and subject andadd books to a personal bookshelf. Members can also bookmark, make notes, and download chapters to use in theclassroom with students, as well as for self-study and professional development.The E-Reference Library includes Microsoft Press books on the following topics: Microsoft Office & ProductivityApplications, Microsoft Operating Systems, Microsoft Databases & Reporting Tools, and Microsoft Web Applications &ServicesMicrosoft Digital LiteracyThe Microsoft Digital Literacy curriculum provides essential computing skills for learners new to computing. IT AcademyProgram members find that Digital Literacy is a great source for remediation for some students, and a means of exploringnew topics for others. Consists of five courses: Computer Basics, The Internet and World Wide Web, Productivity Programs, ComputerSecurity and Privacy, and Digital Lifestyles (which covers digital media) Includes E-Learning and assessment so that students can focus on the topics they need to round out their skillsset Provides local language learning in: English, Thai, Spanish (Latin America), Portuguese (Brazil), Danish, Polish,Japanese, European Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Hungarian, Turkish, Russian, and Arabic Offers a Digital Literacy Certificate Test for students who want to demonstrate their mastery of all five coursesMicrosoft Official Courseware (MOC) (fees apply)Microsoft Official Courseware (MOC) is instructor-led training courses designed for IT professionals and developers whobuild, support, and implement solutions using Microsoft software and technologies. MOC is developed from a closecollaboration between the Microsoft courseware and software product teams to ensure the highest technical quality andaccuracy. MOC is designed to cover the topics employers know are mission critical in the real world. The courseware teamworks with industry-leading companies to undertake job task analyses to create an objective domain that aligns to howprofessionals use technology on the job.MOC training is available in several formats: Course: A guided instructor-led learning experience combining lecture and practice regarding Microsoft softwareor technologies Workshop: A collaborative, hands-on learning environment based on real-world scenarios Clinic: A detailed how-to presentation of technical information about Microsoft software or technologiesillustrating features, functions, and demonstrations Seminar: A dynamic presentation of early and relevant information about Microsoft software and technologiesfeaturing business scenarios, case studies, and success storiesMicrosoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 8 of 18

IT Academy Program members can purchase MOC at academic pricing only when ordered through a Microsoftdesignated MOC distributor in your local region.A list of distributors can be found at: efits/moc.mspx.Please note: Delivery of MOC courses through the IT Academy Program is restricted to a 10 hour maximum per week perMOC course title. MOC may only be taught by a Microsoft Certified Trainer who is also certified in the Microsofttechnology taught in the MOC course.Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbooks (fees apply)Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbooks are available to academic institutions only, is a best-sellingtextbook series published by John Wiley and Sons, in partnership with Microsoft. Specifically designed for semester-basedor quarter-based courses, MOAC textbooks provide a rich pedagogical foundation for faculty and students to expand theirknowledge of Microsoft technologies and acquire the real-world skills they need to succeed in today’s technology careers.The MOAC textbook series includes: Market-leading textbook and full coverage of Microsoft Certification exam objectives; lessons with real-worldscenarios; and a wealth of hands-on practice exercises Online instructor resource center including course setup ideas, lecture outlines, teaching tips, virtual labs,assessments, PowerPoint slide presentations and instructor guidesLab LicensesMicrosoft IT Academy Program members that have executed a standalone IT Academy Program Agreement are grantedthe following limited lab license for classroom use for the following Microsoft software for the term of their IT AcademyProgram membership: (i) Advanced level members are granted a license to install and run up to a total of one hundred(100) of the following Microsoft software: the latest two versions of the Microsoft Windows server, Microsoft Windowsoperating system, Microsoft Visual Studio server, and/or Microsoft Exchange server; plus the Essential level licenses listedbelow, or (ii) Essential level members are granted a license to install and run up to a total of fifty (50) of the latest twoversions of the Microsoft Office Professional, provided: use of the software is:oSolely by IT Academy Program members’ students and instructors in the lab or classroom located at the ITAcademy Program member’s facility only,oOnly for training and instructional purposes when teaching the courseware available under the ITAcademy Program,oCompliant with the terms of the End-User License Agreement accompanying the software,oCompliant with the Global IT Academy Program Guide and the Agreement under which the IT AcademyProgram subscription was purchased, and.oAll software is a valid licensed copy of the Microsoft software.The lab licenses granted here will automatically terminate upon expiration or termination of your IT Academy Programmembership. For clarification purposes, lab licenses are not granted for any other Microsoft software or for any other use.Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 9 of 18

Microsoft TechNet Professional SubscriptionAdvanced level members of Microsoft IT Academy Program receive one (1) Not For Resale (NFR) subscription to MicrosoftTechNet Professional. Microsoft TechNet provides a wealth of resources for students mastering IT professional conceptsand skills, and for instructors seeking to expand their professional development. Access to the latest authoritative technicalinformation on Microsoft solutions, straight from the source, help ensure that your students and instructors have the sameinformation that practicing IT Professionals have. Keep skills up to date and industry relevant by incorporating the richselection of classroom resources and services available from TechNet Subscriptions.The NFR version of TechNet Professional does not include technical support calls. The NFR version is only available for aninitial 12-month subscription period and may not be purchased. At the end of the subscription period, you may choose topurchase a new subscription to one of the other available TechNet Subscriptions.Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) Developer and DesignerMSDN AA is a subscription program for academic departments that use technology in support of Science, Technology,Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses. MSDN AA provides an easy and cost effective way for institutions to makethe latest Microsoft software available in labs, classrooms, and on student PCs. MSDN AA provides a complete,inexpensive solution for keeping academic labs, faculty, and students on the leading edge of technology with the mostindustry-relevant Microsoft software. A 1–year subscription to MSDNAA is available to Advanced, EES, and OV-ES ITAcademy members.As a Microsoft IT Academy Advanced member, your institution can enjoy free of charge for one year the benefits MSDN AAprovides for either the Developer or Designer tracks, depending on your institution’s qualifications. The program includes awide range of benefits, including: Free access to Microsoft servers, and developer tools as well as beta and new releases (does not include MicrosoftOffice) under a MSDN AA Developer subscription Free access to Microsoft Expression design tools under a MSDN AA Designer subscription Students and faculty may install Microsoft software on their personal computers for use in coursework anddevelopment projects related to the curriculum Access to the MSDN AA community Web site that features a wide range of resources such as tutorials, codesamples, projects, white papers with an academic focus, case studies, and other content that is appropriate anduseful for faculty members to share and collaborateMicrosoft CertificationsMicrosoft IT Academy Program members are eligible to receive academic pricing on select 073 Microsoft Certificationsexams for their students, educators, and support staff.Microsoft offers a wide range of certifications that cover thespectrum of professions within the IT industry. These certificationsare carefully developed by a process involving experts from theworkforce to ensure validity and reliability. The resulting exams arecomputer-administered in a way that measures the ability toperform a specific job function or set of tasks as in the real world.These rigorous exams go well beyond testing knowledge of asoftware or terminology. Test takers are presented with situationsin which to apply their knowledge, analyze technical solutions,solve problems, and make decisions.Microsoft IT Academy Program GuidePage 10 of 18

Microsoft Certification is one of the most demanding and respected endorsements in the IT industry, stressing bothtechnical knowledge and real-world experience. To date, Microsoft has certified more than three million IT professionalsworldwide.Faculty members of Microsoft IT Academy institutions can stay current with the IT industry by becoming certified in thetechnology in which they teach. Informing and encouraging students to obtain a Microsoft Certification to augment theiracademic achievements can help provide them with a leading edge when entering into the IT workforce. MicrosoftCertification is designed to: Validate technical knowledge and skillsProvide a competitive edge in the job marketOffer visible demonstration of commitment to the IT professionDemonstrate a reliable benchmark in addition to a certificate or degreeEnable a career development path for ongoing advancement of Microsoft technology skillsTesting CentersAny institution that is a Microsoft IT Academy Program member that meets the requirements can become a Prometricand/or Certiport testing center and offer Microsoft Certifications exams on its campus. A local testing center makes theMicrosoft Certification testing process easy and accessibl

o Academic pricing on Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbooks for semester and quarter- based courses o Access to select Microsoft Press books online with the E-Reference Libraries Certification: Validating Skills through Microsoft Certification: o Academic pricing on select Microsoft Certification exams .

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