AAL Solutions Inc., of Ontario, offers a district-wide student information web solution called eSIS for real-time information access from a centralized location. Visit AAL’s web site: http://www.aalsolutions.com
(800) 668-8486
See the ad for AAL Solutions on page 38

CDW-G, of Chicago, provides direct computing solutions with a vast product offering tailored to fit the unique needs of education and government customers.Visit CDW-G’s web site: http//:www.cdwg.com
(800) 328-4239
See CDW-G’s ad on pages 8 and 9

Cisco Systems Inc., of San Jose, Calif., is committed to helping schools take advantage of internet-based learning by providing eLearning initiatives and other programs designed to address the exchange of information and personal security in an increasingly digital world. Visit the Cisco Systems web site: http://business.cisco.com/prod/tree.taf%3Fasset_id=77639&ID=77639&public_view=true&kbns=1.html
(800) 553-6387
See Cisco’s ad on page 17

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), of Washington, D.C., is a national nonprofit organization that promotes the use of information technologies and the internet in K-12 education to improve teaching and learning. Visit CoSN’s web site: http://www.cosn.org
(866) 267-8747
See CoSN’s ad on page 31

Fortres Grand Corp., of Plymouth, Ind., is a software security company dedicated to protecting public-access computers from malicious and inexperienced users and providing customizable options for administrators who need to lock down systems and isolate problems. Visit the Fortres Grand web site: http://www.fortres.com
(800) 331-0372
See Fortres Grand’s ad on page 22

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: http://www.gateway.com
(888) 888-0294 or (888) 888-0438
See the Gateway ad on pages 2 and 3

Global Internet Management, of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., offers InfoServeCM, a suite of smart content and knowledge collaboration tools that enables schools to empower their existing web sites into dynamic, content-managed sites. Visit Global Internet Management’s web site: http://www.gim.net
(800) 538-3539
See the Global Internet Management ad on page 10

Grolier Online ,headquartered in Danbury, Conn., and now part of Scholastic Library Publishing, provides schools with a wide array of online reference and research materials, from Encyclopedia Americana to the New Book of Popular Science. Visit the Grolier Online web site: http://go.grolier.com
(888) 326-6546
See Grolier’s ad on page 12

Hewlett-Packard Co. North America includes the company’s K-12 education division (part of the Enterprise Systems Group), which offers a host of technology products, services, and solutions to help transform schools into 21st-century learning environments. Visit HP’s K-12 Solutions web site: http://www.hp.com/go/k12solutions
(800) 88-TEACH
See HP North America’s ads on page 13.

Hewlett-Packard Co. Worldwide includes the company’s Imaging and Printing Group, which offers printer hardware, all-in-ones, digital imaging devices (such as cameras and scanners), and associated supplies and accessories. Visit HP’s Imaging and Printing Group web site: http://www.hp.com/united-states/consumer/gateway/printing_multifunction.html
(800) 88-TEACH
See HP Worldwide’s ad on page 15

Kurzweil Educational Systems Inc., of Bedford, Mass., is recognized as a leading developer of reading technology for people with learning difficulties and those who are blind or visually impaired. Visit Kurzweil’s web site: http://www.kurzweiledu.com
(800) 894-5374
See Kurzweil’s ad on page 16

LaserFiche Document Imaging, headquartered in Long Beach, Calif., strives to deliver smart, flexible, and easily integrated document management solutions for a broad range of business and government needs. Visit the LaserFiche web site: http://www.laserfiche.com/company/index.html
(562) 988-1688
See LaserFiche’s ad on page 29

Macromedia Inc., of San Francisco, provides industry-leading software that empowers internet developers and designers. Visit the Macromedia web site: http://www.macromedia.com
(800) 470-7211
See Macromedia’s ad on the back cover

Microsoft Corp., of Redmond, Wash., is a world leader in software for personal, business, and education use. Visit Microsoft’s web site: http://www.microsoft.com (425) 882-8080

See the Microsoft ad on page 7

MiLAN Technology, of Sunnyvale, Calif., is a leading provider of physical-layer networking products and a pioneer in the field of media conversion. Visit MiLAN’s web site: http://www.milan.com
(800) 466-4526
See the ad for MiLAN Technology on page 19

Sagebrush Corp., of Minneapolis, is a fast-growing leader in serving K-12 library media specialists in their efforts to provide access to information, stimulate interest in reading, and improve student performance. Visit the Sagebrush web site: http://www.sagebrushcorp.com
(800) 533-5430
See the Sagebrush ad on page 18

Serious Magic Inc., of Rancho Cordova, Calif., is looking to create the next generation of visual communication tools. The company’s Visual Communicator software enables students to create everything from school broadcasts to multimedia projects in just minutes. Visit the Serious Magic web site: http://www.seriousmagic.com
(916) 859-0100
See the ad for Serious Magic on page 14

TechSmith, of Okemos, Mich., makes software that enables students, faculty, and staff to capture and share text, video, and graphics from software applications and the internet easily. Visit TechSmith’s web site: http://www.TechSmith.com (800) 517-3001
See the ad for TechSmith on page 27

Thinkronize Inc., of Cincinnati, is the producer of NetTrekker, an award-winning and trusted search engine for schools. Visit the NetTrekker web site: http://www.nettrekker.com
(877) 517-1125
See the ad for NetTrekker on page 11

The Toshiba America Group, with headquarters in New York City, specializes in advanced electronics and is a recognized leader in products that enhance the home, office, industry, and health care environments. Visit the Toshiba America web site: http://www.toshiba.com/tai-new/index.jsp
(800) GO-TOSHIBA
See the ad for Toshiba on page 5

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(800) 999-9931

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