Adobe Systems Inc., of San Jose, Calif., is a leading producer of illustration and design software. Visit Adobe’s web site:
See the ad for Adobe Systems on page 16
AutoSkill International Inc. , of Ottawa, Canada, is a leading provider of software-based literacy interventions for underachieving students of any age or ability. Visit the AutoSkill web site:
See the ad for AutoSkill on page 22
Classroom Connect, located in Brisbane, Calif., sells internet literacy products, online interactive curricula, and resources for integrating the internet into the classroom. Visit the Classroom Connect web site:
See the ad for Classroom Connect on page 19
Classwell Learning Group Inc., of Boston, seamlessly integrates instruction, assessment, and professional development to support any standards-based curriculum. Visit the Classwell web site:
See the ad for Classwell on page 5
Compaq Computer Corp., headquartered in Houston, is a world leader of the PC industry. Visit Compaq’s web site:
See Compaq’s ad on page 17
CrossTec Corp., of Boca Raton, Fla., is the maker of the award-winning NetOp family of remote management and training software products. Visit the CrossTec web site:
See CrossTec’s ad on page 28
Dell Computer Corp., of Round Rock, Texas, is the world’s leading direct-sales computer company. Visit Dell’s web site:
See Dell’s ad on page 39
Enterasys Networks Inc., with corporate headquarters in Portsmouth, N.H., provides powerful and intelligent infrastructure solutions for education and enterprise customers. Visit the Enterasys web site:
See the ad for Enterasys on page 7
Gateway Inc., of San Diego, is a Fortune 250 company focusing on building lifelong relationships with businesses, schools, and consumers through complete technology personalization.
Visit the Gateway web site:
See the Gateway ads on pages 2 and 3
Microsoft Corp., of Redmond, Wash., is a world leader in software for personal, business, and education use.
Visit Microsoft’s web site:
See the ad for Microsoft on page 9
Mindsurf Networks, of Baltimore, uses state-of-the-art tools that merge technology and learning to help educators streamline their tasks, improve productivity, and cultivate communication.
Visit the Mindsurf web site:
See the ad for Mindsurf Networks on page 20
NCS Learn, of Tucson, Ariz., is a leading provider of educational software and learning solutions to K-12 schools and adult learners. Visit the NCS Learn web site:
See the ad for NCS Learn on the back cover
NetSupport Inc., of Cumming, Ga., is a member of the PCI Group of companies, developers of a range of award-winning remote control and IT training products.
Visit NetSupport’s web site:
See NetSupport’s ad on page 12
Nextel Communications Inc., of Reston, Va., is a provider of fully integrated, all-digitalwireless service.
Visit the Nextel web site:
See the Nextel ad on page 11
Riverdeep-The Learning Company, of Cambridge, Mass., is a leading publisher of interactive education products for the K-12 market. Visit the Riverdeep-The Learning Company web sites:
Safari Technologies, of Lawton, Mich., designs, manufactures, and sells video-on-demand, IP-based multimedia networking software and hardware products for education.
Visit the Safari Technologies web site:
See the ad for Safari Technologies on page 18
SMART Technologies Inc., of Calgary, is a market leader in developing products for shared spaces, including the SMART Board, an electronic interactive whiteboard. Visit the SMART Technologies web site:
See the SMART Technologies ad on page 21
SonicWALL Inc., of Sunnyvale, Calif., designs, develops, and manufactures comprehensive internet security solutions. Visit the SonicWALL web site:
See SonicWALL’s ad on page 10