Classroom media management systems aim to put power right at your fingertips

This past summer, Byron Center Public Schools in Michigan became the first school district in the country to install a new technology that lets users schedule and manage multiple remote information resources--like internet, DVD, satellite, and distance learning--from a desktop computer through a single graphical interface.

The technology's developer, Innovative Communications Inc. (ICI) of Freeland, Mich., claims to have created "information on demand" with the

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