2009 software grants reviewed

  DyKnow has announced the results of its 2009 philanthropic initiatives.
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DyKnow has announced the results of its 2009 philanthropic initiatives, two outreach programs to help schools integrate technology without any financial commitment.

In June, the company announced the K12 Classroom Giveaway which awarded a number of schools with DyKnow software and services totaling more than $2500 per winner. In December, DyKnow awarded 10 post-secondary schools with a competitive collaborative software grant. In total more than $300 thousand in software and services was awarded to schools throughout the year.

DyKnow was named to Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing privately held companies. Additionally, Technology & Learning magazine honored the company with an Award of Excellence for upgrades to both DyKnow Vision® and DyKnow Monitor® version 5.2 released in the spring.

For more information visiti www.DyKnow.com

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