Permission to use Imagine Academy Resources

Connie Lambke 0 Reputation points
2024-03-08T15:45:26.94+00:00

I know that Microsoft Imagine Academy is no longer but I found a free training online Microsoft Office 2019 certification preparation materials https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/educator-center/instructor-materials/microsoft-office-2019-certification-preparation-materials#Comprehensive%20educator%20resources

I teach at a county community college and am looking for outlook training for the certification. About 2/3 way down the page, I see

Microsoft Outlook Associate 2019

This 40-hour, educator-led course helps prepare students for Exam MO-400: Microsoft Outlook (Office 2019). The course includes comprehensive student and educator materials with guidance for educators, and a series of student lessons, activities and assessments contained within seven individual modules. Based around a single business case scenario, this course helps students learn the features of Outlook in the real-world of work. By becoming adept at using the features of Outlook, students refine their email communication practices and improve their time management and organization skills. They practice composing, sending, and managing emails and meeting invitations for their intended audiences.

Course level: Beginner

Exam: MO-400: Microsoft Outlook (Office 2019)

English downloads: Course materials

When I download the course materials, I get a full training course that apparently was originally meant for Microsoft Imagine Academy members.

This courseware is only for use by instructors and only to teach a class for current Microsoft Imagine Academy program members. If you are not an instructor, you are not permitted to use this courseware.

I AM an instructor at a community college, not an imagine academy instructor.

My question is simply...Am I allowed to use this posted licensed resource as a supplemental training to prepare my college students to take the Exam MO-400: Microsoft Outlook (Office 2019).

I found somewhere that I could use Microsoft resources if:

*****You must include the following statement: "Used with permission from Microsoft."

*You may link to Microsoft content by using a plain text link with words such as "This way to Microsoft.com."

Since the full training is still out there and posted on the page for certification preparation materials, am I able to use this in teaching outlook to college students at a community college? It is an excellent resource that would replace an expensive textbook.

Please advise.

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