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DeRosa, Melody

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TI-Nspire WebEx Information
Posted: Mar 13, 2007 10:10 AM
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TI-Nspire informational sessions via WebEx.



WebEx that allows you to see exactly what I am doing on my computer,
LIVE. I can show you what TI-Nspire is and how it works; all you need
is a computer with an internet connection. You will also call in to a
toll free number so that you can hear me explain and ask me questions.



There will be 3 sessions to choose from:

Tuesday, March 13 at 3:00 ET

Wednesday, March 14 at 3:30 ET

Thursday, March 15 at 4:00 ET



The sessions will be about an hour with time for questions at the end.
Send me an email with the day you wish to participate. Pass this on to
others you know who may be interested.



For those of you interested in Melody's "Special Project", this will be
the time to learn more.



Please let me know which session you will be attending and I can send
you the website, phone number, etc.



(For those of you wondering about WebEx, yes, I can also use it to
provide training on the TI-73 Explorer, TI-84 Plus, Cabri Jr.,
TI-Navigator, etc.)



Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can be of
assistance.



I look forward to hearing from you soon.



Contact:



Terri Viana

tviana@ti.com





Melody DeRosa

Texas Instruments - Upstate NY

Educational Technology Consultant

mderosa@ti.com <mailto:mderosa@ti.com>

cell: 518-852-8148

office/fax: 518-375-9344

education.ti.com

1-800-TI-Cares






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