(Chicago)– New Dimension Media (NDM) is offering $500 in cash credits toward the adoption of CCC! streaming media to all attendees of ISTE 2011 as part of its “ISTE Show Special”—with over $100,000 of credits offered in total.

ISTE 2011 attendees who visited the NDM booth or took the time to listen to one of NDM’s presentations have already been sent a personalized letter from president Albert Nader, as well as a certificate to be redeemed for $500 toward a one-year license for CCC! streaming media. The $500 credit may be applied toward adoptions beginning in the fall of 2011, or the spring of 2012.

At this year’s ISTE, Jo-Ann Kratz, Senior VP Curriculum & Technology, hosted four presentations a day on interactive lesson plans to a packed crowd. Educators that took the time to stop and listen not only learned about CCC!’s valuable content and connection to curriculum, but one lucky attendee in each session also won a drawing to receive a free iPod Shuffle.

“With the understanding that many schools are tied down with difficult budgetary restraints, NDM believes in giving every school the opportunity to construct a 21st century classroom,” said Jo-Ann Kratz. “We want to make our streaming media as accessible as possible. For this reason, NDM is offering this exclusive show special until September 30, 2011, to help every school that is interested obtain CCC!’s award-winning content.”

“We had a tremendously positive response to CCC! during ISTE, but not all attendees had a chance to register with us,” said Melissa Moreland, Vice President of Acquisitions and Program Development for New Dimension Media. “Therefore, we are extending this offer to everyone who stopped by our busy exhibit.”

For more information about this offer or about CCC!, contact Melissa Moreland at 312.397.2151 or mmoreland@ndmquestar.com.

About New Dimension Media: Founded in 1978, New Dimension Media, a division of Questar, Inc., has been the K-12 content leader and premier producer and distributor of original core curriculum media content for over 30 years. NDM programs have won over 100 of the industry’s most prestigious honors, including the CINE Golden Eagle and the Golden Apple and an Academy Award. NDM content is used in thousands of schools around the country. In 2011, Scholastic Administr@tor named CCC! a “Best in Tech 2011.” For more information, go to www.cccvod.com.


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