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Week of: June 30, 2008

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    Intro: Managing Editor Christine Weiser reports live from NECC in San Antonio.
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    eInstruction at NECC and Sunburst Releases New Type to Learn
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    New Version of Successmaker, Key Curriculum Press and Elvis at Okidata Booth
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    Fourier Launches Clamshell Design, Adaptive Curriculum and Okidata Color Printer
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    Autoskill RTI Component Added to Academy of Reading and SMART Plasma Screen

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Intro: Managing Editor Christine Weiser reports live from NECC in San Antonio.

eInstruction at NECC

Sunburst Releases New Type to Learn

New Version of Successmaker

Key Curriculum Press

Elvis at Okidata Booth

Fourier Launches Clamshell Design

Adaptive Curriculum

Okidata Color Printer - 1

Okidata New Color Printer - 2

Autoskill RTI Component Added to Academy of Reading

SMART Plasma Screen

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