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Topic: Last Chance for Free Smartview Software
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Morse, Dana

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Last Chance for Free Smartview Software
Posted: Oct 27, 2008 9:57 AM
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I do not want anyone to miss out on this special promotion.

By sending a copy of your course syllabus/parent letter/course expectations basically anything that states which TI graphing calculator you are using in your classroom that you recommend to the students that decide to own their own to Texas Instruments, they will send you a copy of the TI-Nspire Teacher Edition software that has the TI-Smartview Emulator. In addition, you receive a binder of classroom activities.

The special promotion expires this Friday.

There is no site license to this software, so encourage everyone in the department to participate. Get as many copies as you can.

More details and where to send the syllabus can be found here: http://education.ti.com/educationportal/sites/US/nonProductSingle/syllabus_support.html


Please also send a copy to your Texas Instruments Consultant

New York State: dmorse@ti.com<mailto:dmorse@ti.com>

Long Island/NYC: fbellows@ti.com<mailto:fbellows@ti.com>


Regards,


Dana F. Morse

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

(815) 572-9840 Fax


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