FETC 2009 Exhibitors (as of 10/20/08)

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FETC 2009 Exhibitors (as of 10/20/08)


2Know! Classroom Response System

3 LCD

3Com Corporation

3M Visual Systems

3MRT

8e6 Technologies

A+ Images, Inc.

AAL

Absolute Software

Academic Superstore

AccuCut

AccuWeather Educational Division

Achieve Technology

Adaptive Curriculum

Adobe Systems, Inc.

ADX Technologies

AIM Education (Formerly School Specialty Media)

Aladdin Knowledge Systems

Alliedtek

AlphaSmart, A Renaissance Learning Brand

Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc.

Amer.com

American Education Corporation

Angel Learning, Inc.

Apangea Learning

Apperson Education Products

APTE, Inc.

Aptiris, Inc.

Aspen Learning, Inc.

Astaro

Astronauts Memorial Foundation

Atomic Learning

Audio Enhancement

Audio Visual Innovations, Inc.

Auralog: Tell Me More

AutoSkill International, Inc.

AverMedia Technologies

AVRover

Award Publishing Ltd.

AWE

Azusa Pacific University

Barnum Software

Beacon Educator

Blackboard, Inc.

Blue Raven Technologies

BMS Business Machine Security

Bound to Stay Bound Books

Brainchild

BrainPOP

Bretford

Brother International

Bytes of Learning

* ByteSpeed

Calypso Control Systems

Cambium Learning Technologies, Inc.

CAMCOR, Inc.

CampusTech, Inc.

Campusware

CCV Software

CDW-G

CDX

Cengage Learning

Centurion Technologies, Inc.

CERTIPORT, Inc.

Chief Manufacturing

Cisco Systems

ClickTeam LLC

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

COMPanion Corp: Alexandria/Big6Turbo

CompassLearning

Computrac Interactive Solutions

Connections Unlimited

Contrax

Contrax Furnishings, Inc.

Corel Corporation

CPSI

CrossPointe

CrossTech Corporation

CTL Coporation

Curriculum Associates

Custom Educational Furniture, LLC

CustomGuide, Inc.

DakTech

Dell, Inc.

Demco, Inc.

Destination Knowledge

Digital Learning

Digitech

Disc Makers

* Discovery Education

Dukane Corporation

DynaVox

Earley Learning Systems, Inc.

EBSCO Publishing

eChalk

Edline: Jackson Software

EdOptions

Educate Kids

Education Week

Educational Learning Systems, Inc.

EducationCity.com

Educator Concepts, Inc.

Edulink

EduPlatform: Dreyfus Association

Edustructures, Inc.

Eduware, Inc.

Eiki International, Inc.

elnstruction

Electronic Classrooms of Florida

Ellison Educational Equipment, Inc.

Elluminate

Elmo USA Corporation

Emtec, Inc.

Encore Broadcast Sales

Encyclopaedia Britannica

EON Design

ePals, Inc.

Epson

eRate 360 Solutions

eSchool News

Etech Group

Excelsior Software, Inc.

Exlogica, Inc.

ExploreLearning

FACTS.org

Faronics Technologies

Fiddlehead

FileMaker, Inc.

FirstClass, a division of Open Text

Fischler School of Education & Human Services

Flagler/Brighthouse

Florida Department of Education:

FCAT Explorer

Florida Educational Tools

Florida State University: College of Information

Florida Virtual School

Follett Software Company

Fortres Grand Corporation

Fourier Systems

Franklin Electronic Publishers

FreshiFilms

Frog Publications, Inc. …

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