Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

Overview

UTK students and faculty have access to Microsoft software through the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching program. This software is licensed for academic use only and may be used by:

  • Students who are actively enrolled and attending courses at UT that lead to academic credit, certification, or a degree. 
  • Faculty who are teaching courses, assist with courses, labs, or programs, or conduct non-commercial research.

Please see Microsoft's Azure Dev Tools For Teaching license agreement for allowed uses and other conditions related to these software packages. You are solely responsible for ensuring compliance with the license terms.

How to Sign Up

  1. Go to https://signup.azure.com/studentverification?offerType=3 to sign up.  Microsoft recommends using a private/incognito browser.
  2. Enter your UT email address (NetID@vols.utk.edu or netid@utk.edu) and NetID password.
  3. Click the radio button to agree with the new terms and conditions. The next page will be the Education Hub.
  4. Click Software located on the left-hand side of the page and search for the software title. 
  5. Click the software and the View key and Download button should be available on the right side of the page.

Accessing Software through Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

  1. Visit https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools
  2. Click Sign In.
    *Sign in using your UT credentials, authenticating with your NetID password via Azure.
  3. Once signed in, choose the Software option on the left to view the available software.
  4. Select the desired software to open installation options.
  5. In general, each software will have a download option as well as a license key.
    *Install the software and have the license key handy when launching the software for the first time.

Installing Microsoft Project

  1. Visit https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools
  2. Sign in using your UT credentials, authenticating with your NetID password via Azure.
  3. Navigate to the MS Project software to install.
  4. Click Software.
  5. Choose MS Project Professional.
  6. Click Download.
  7. Click View Key to copy the required product key.
  8. Once the Office installer finishes, launch Project and insert the product key when prompted.
  9. Microsoft Project is ready to use.

Details

Article ID: 115199
Created
Tue 9/1/20 11:11 AM
Modified
Wed 11/22/23 12:40 PM
Environment
Microsoft 365