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Morse, Dana

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Free Technology Offer
Posted: Oct 16, 2008 12:10 AM
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I do not want to see anyone miss out on this opportunity.

Receive a free copy of the TI-Nspire Teacher Edition software (perfect for the Interactive Boards/Smart, or whatever brand) and a binder of classroom activities to use in the classroom by sending in a copy of your course syllabus to Texas Instruments.

In the course syllabus, make mention of the model that you recommend in your class.

The link for the offer is http://education.ti.com/educationportal/sites/US/nonProductSingle/syllabus_support.html

This offer expires October 31st. After that you would have to pay for the software. Even if you are not using the Nspire now, get your hands on a copy of the software for future use.

In addition to the software, you will also receive a free Connect-2-Class Kit.

Your ETC, Fran (Long Island/NYC) fbellows@ti.com<mailto:fbellows@ti.com> and myself (rest of NY) request that you send a copy to us as well to help us better serve you the educators of NY.


If you wish to receive the ETC Newsletter, respond to me. (Not reply all) :)

Regards,


Dana F. Morse

Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments, New York
(315) 730-9858 Cell

(815) 572-9840 Fax


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