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Navigator System for Networked Computers

The TI-NspireTM NavigatorTM System for Networked Computers allows schools to use TI-NspireTM technology across their own networks so that teachers can manage interactive math and science instruction on the classroom network.
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The TI-NspireTM NavigatorTM System for Networked Computers allows schools to use TI-NspireTM technology across their own networks so that teachers can manage interactive math and science instruction on the classroom network.

The software-basedsystem uses a school’s existing wired or wireless network and computers and letsteachers instantly transfer TI-Nspire files - as well as any other file type - from the classroom computer to all student computers simultaneously. Educators can also create TI-Nspire documents for homework and assessment; the system will collect the TI-Nspire document files and auto-grade them.

Student computers must have installed the TI-Nspire™ or TI-Nspire™ CAS Student Software, which is sold separately.

Texas Instruments is offering a free evaluation kit for the TI-Nspire Navigator System for Networked Computers to schools that are interested in test driving the system on their own networks.For more information, visit http://education.ti.com/nspire/nnc.

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