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ISTE11 NEWS: Companies partner to integrate technology

 PolyVision (http://www.polyvision.com) has partnered with education software providers Conceptua® Math, Britannica® Digital Learning and SkillsTutor™. The companies have teamed up to help educators better integrate interactive technology into the classroom.  
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PolyVision (http://www.polyvision.com) has partnered with education software providers Conceptua® Math, Britannica® Digital Learning and SkillsTutor™. The companies have teamed up to help educators better integrate interactive technology into the classroom.

PolyVision interactive whiteboards give educators the freedom to use the hardware, software and digital tools they already know, including online software from Conceptua Math (http://www.conceptuamath.com),, Britannica Digital Learning (http://info.eb.com) and SkillsTutor (http://www.skillstutor.com). PolyVision’s technology requires no special software or extensive training to use. Combining PolyVision’s next-generation interactive classroom solutions, ?no, with the market’s leading educational software enables teachers to easily create budget-friendly, engaging 21st century learning experiences that engage and inspire students.

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