MSDNAAMicrosoft Developer Network Academic Alliance
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Access to MSDNAA helps develop both staff and student expertise and knowledge.
TIC technologist Rehan Bhana shows Foundation Degree student Nemesia Chavda the Microsoft MSDNAA software range, watched by TIC managers of e-Business and electronics and software, George Squires (left) and Parmjit Chima
This software is used in teaching the analysis and design courses, and is provided free of charge to our students through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA) Program.