The software initially was designed to support collective learning and public schools,
but it can also be used for individual learning, such as training purposes by enterprises and non-profits as well.
In essence, the concept is the same for the public school and the enterprise use case.
The success of the Microsoft Education Delivery program comes down to collaboration between different contributors.
Each collaborator brings their own expertise and input, to respond to ensure for example access, up-to-date materials, teacher quality,
timeliness and cost-efficiency.
Public education/collective learning use case
the Microsoft Education Delivery software and concept provided by Microsoft (free)
technical infrastructure (a mobile phone and a TV)
teacher training (technical and professional development)
multimedia content (educational material)
a public organization like the Ministry of Education and/or a non-profit organization to provide the
educational content and training, and to draw these components together and to facilitate the
interaction of the parties.
The software needs to be installed on a mobile phone and on an administrative computer;
a teacher can then access, download and display a catalog of media files,
which are stored and managed on a remote server. Once downloaded,
the file is saved and can be displayed at any time.
Private organization/individual learning use case
Private organizations can use Microsoft Education Delivery to deliver their own educational content for
individual learning. In this case, a TV or projector is not necessary,
as the content can be watched directly from a mobile device.