The first-ever Canvas Learning Awards, presented by Microsoft, will be presented to the best learning software for teachers, educators and learners in 2018, according to Microsoft.
The Microsoft Education Awards is an award program that recognizes the top programs and software companies working in the education and learning space.
Microsoft announced the Canvas Education Awards on Thursday.
Canvas is a free, open source education software that can be used to teach students, parents, and teachers how to build and manage interactive learning experiences, such as learning, art, science, technology, math, and social media.
Microsoft, which owns Canvas, will provide the software and support for the awards.
The program is named after the software’s creator, Andy Rubin, and has been in development for more than a decade.
The program has been presented by the Education Technology Association (ETAA), an industry group that includes companies including Apple, Google, IBM, and SAP.
The ETAA will also award Canvas Awards to organizations that help educators and educators make educational software better.
The awards are named for the ETAAA’s “Education Technology Alliance.”
The ETCA’s Education Technology Alliance is comprised of over 200 education software companies, educators, and educational technology professionals from around the world.
The ETAY has been instrumental in promoting the industry and bringing innovation to the classroom.
Microsoft’s Canvas Educational Awards are presented to industry-leading companies that work with educators to help build and enhance the classroom experience.
Canvas has become a key platform for learning, and Microsoft has announced plans to add more teachers to the program.
Microsoft says that more than one-third of all children learn through video, and that video is the most widely used way for children to learn, according, to a news release from the company.
Microsoft has also been actively involved in the development of technology for teaching and learning.
Microsoft recently announced a $1.2 billion investment in Canvas.
The software maker has been working with schools to improve and extend its educational offerings, and is planning to offer educational software for $99.99.
Microsoft also announced on Wednesday that it will provide free software that will help teachers and teachers make better learning experiences.
The company also announced that it would be introducing a new Learning Hub on the Canva platform, which will help educators develop and improve their classroom learning.
Canva, Microsoft and the ETCAA will also launch a new Canvas Community Foundation, an initiative that will fund and build innovative tools and services to support teachers and educators.
Microsoft has previously announced that a $250 million initiative will help companies and educators with learning software.
Microsoft is partnering with the ETEA to develop the Learning Hub, which Microsoft says will help students, teachers and families build better learning environments, as well as help improve the experience of learning in schools.
Microsoft will be the sponsor of the EtaA-supported Learning Hub and will be sponsoring a number of other events, such a Learning Hub Summit, the Canvas Innovation Challenge, the Learning Summit, and the Canvy Labs Innovation Awards.
Microsoft said in a news report that the ETSA-backed Learning Hub is “designed to help educators build better classrooms.”
Microsoft said that it is committed to supporting educators who build innovative learning experiences by partnering with companies that help make them better.
Microsoft said in the release that the company will also be working with companies like the Canveas Foundation to bring innovative learning software to schools.
The Learning Hub will be supported by Microsoft’s Learning Community, a partnership between Microsoft and Canvas that will focus on “creating, supporting, and promoting a more inclusive education and education software ecosystem.”
Microsoft announced on Thursday that Microsoft will support a number more learning software projects.
Microsoft will also help companies in the learning community develop and distribute tools and support to educators.