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Azure Dev Tools for Teaching
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for teaching
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, or ADT4T (formerly known as Microsoft Imagine) is a collection of developer tools and resources that supports students in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics-related programs.
Note: Licenses to ADT4T are purchased and administered by individual faculties and schools at SFU. Please contact your faculty for license-related inquiries.
Departments with ADT4T agreements
The following faculties are known to be participating in their own Microsoft ADT4T agreements. For more information, please contact your faculty.
- Beedie school of Business
- Faculty of Applied Science
- School of Interactive Arts and Technology
Access Azure Dev Tools for Teaching
To access Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, sign in using your SFU Microsoft 365 account:
Need a SFU M365 account? Visit the Getting Started in Microsoft 365 page for instructions on how to sign up for an SFU Microsoft 365 account.
I have a SFU M365 account, how do I log in? At the Microsoft login screen, enter your SFU email address (i.e., yourSFUcomputingID@sfu.ca). You will then be re-directed to SFU CAS login screen. Log in using your SFU Computing ID and password.
It's displaying an "There is a problem with your account" error message.
If you see an "There is a problem with your account" error message after logging in to the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, please submit a ticket to Microsoft via the Microsoft's Support Request page or call them at (866) 643-9421.
Does Azure Dev Tools for teaching include visio and project?
Yes; Visio and project must be obtained via ADT4T and not provided as part of the MS office bundle.