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Morse, Dana

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New Operating System Released
Posted: Jun 7, 2012 4:35 PM
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Hello All,

Texas Instruments has released the latest Operating System for the TI-Nspire software and handhelds.

Included in the new OS:

"X=" graphing
Templates for Function Graphing
Conic Analysis
Chemical Notation Boxes for your Science Counterparts
3D Parametric Graphing
Grid Lines for Graphing
And more...


Here is a video that an educator made on the highlights:
http://www.techpoweredmath.com/ti-nspire-os-3-2-released/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ti-nspire-os-3-2-released

Here is the link for the update: http://education.ti.com/calculators/products/US/os-update/

Additionally, TI is running a Back to School Promotion for schools that collect the Technology Rewards Points from the Students who purchase their own TI-Nspire Handheld. If a school collects 60 Student's packages Proofs, the district earns a FREE TI-Nspire CX Navigator System.

See the details of the promotion in the attached document.

Any Questions or Comments please contact either Ed Monk (NYC) emonk@ti.com<mailto:emonk@ti.com> or Dana (Upstate and Long Island) dmorse@ti.com<mailto:dmorse@ti.com>.


Mr. Dana F. Morse
Upstate New York and Long Island
Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments Incorporated
(315) 730-9858
1-800-TI-CARES

Find NYS Regents Test Prep at:
www.education.ti.com/newyork<http://www.education.ti.com/newyork>

Your Passion. Our Technology. Student Success. (tm)




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