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UPDATE 02/26/2019:
The Microsoft Imagine program is now Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. To access, please go to and sign in using your DLSZobel Office 365 username.

What is Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching?
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (previously known as Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium) is a subscription-based offering for technology schools and departments and for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs.

It provides professional developer and designer tools, software, and services from Microsoft to your faculty and students. It includes our latest technologies and cloud services to inspire and excite students. And, it provides educators a diverse set of resources to ensure their classrooms challenge, engage, and motivate students in new ways.

What software is available to me?
Students and employees of De La Salle Santiago Zobel, Inc. (DLSZ) are eligible to download and use a whole range of Microsoft software; from the latest Windows OS, to development suites like Visual Studio, to server applications such as SQL Server.  It also provides detailed references and documentation.

Is it free?
Many of the software offered through Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching would cost thousands of Pesos (sometimes hundreds of thousands) if purchased from a Microsoft reseller.  Microsoft, through this program, gives it to DLSZ students and employees FOR FREE (if used in research and learning).

How do I access the software?
To access, please go to and sign in using your DLSZobel Office365 account.

What do I use to download from Microsoft Azure Dev Tools?
Do not use your iPads to download software as the installation files tend to be quite large. Windows 10 is roughly 4GB.    

To ensure you have enough disk space and to conserve our school’s Internet bandwidth, we highly recommend to use your PC or Mac at home instead.

How do I log in?  What do I need?
You will need access to your email account and Office 365.

For more information, you may refer to Microsoft’s own FAQ page: