Answering a call from federal officials, Microsoft Corp. and other education technology providers are making resources available to help keep instruction going should swine flu force schools to cancel their face-to-face classes.

Microsoft is aligning its Office Live Workspace, already available free of charge to educators, with U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan's call for technology companies to help keep home-bound students sick with the H1N1 flu virus connected to school.


The company has dedicated a special section of its web site to Office Live Workspace and H1N1, and the site--to be launched Sept. 16--includes videos and how-to tips to help


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