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More than 500 ed-tech companies exhibited at this year's National Educational Computing Conference in Philadelphia. Here's a sampling of news from the exhibitors offering instructional technology:
Bytes of Learning Inc. highlighted the release of UltraKey 5.0. UltraKey lets educators manage keyboarding instruction by way of a central server. Using a specially designed software and server technology, instructors can track student progress and plan customized lessons intended to target students' weaknesses while helping to build upon their strengths. Unlike many keyboarding instructional programs, UltraKey lets teachers define and manage student instruction wherever they have an internet connection,
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