Presentation Systems Buyer's Guide: Rely on This Easy-to-Use Supplier Guide for Information on Presentation Systems Products for Higher Education. (Special Section: Presentation Systems)

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Presentation Systems Buyer's Guide: Rely on This Easy-to-Use Supplier Guide for Information on Presentation Systems Products for Higher Education. (Special Section: Presentation Systems)


Bulletin Display Systems

cTech Electronics, Inc. (TEi)

6420 Atlantic Blvd., Suite 145
Norcross, GA 30071
770-446-1416 phone
800-572-4935 toll free
770-448-5724 fax
www.techelec.com
email: salesteam@techelec.com

AxisTV(TM) Networked Bulletin Display Systems can bring new levels of communication into your school(s). Building a creative message bulletin is as simple as launching your Web browser, entering your message, choosing a suitable background, and clicking Submit!

Users gain access to AxisTV with a valid user name and password, and all display submittals are approved by a system administrator before being displayed on televisions or monitors.

* Simple Web browser interface allows easy access via LAN, WAN, or Internet

* AxisTV Systems can easily support multiple schools through modular design

Contact TEi for a free Web demo today!

Tightrope Media Systems

6417 Lyndale Avenue South, Suite B
Richfield, MN 55423
(866) 866-4118 toll free
612) 866-4118 local
(612) 861-2204 fax
http://www.trms.com
mailto:andrew@trms.com
Contact: Andrew Alan Starks

Tightrope has created Carousel, a video messaging system designed exclusively for K12! With its web-centric interface, anyone with network access and a password can create messages from any web browser on any platform! Carousel comes complete with everything needed to plug directly into your school's cable network and it includes over 50 high quality backgrounds to get you started! With so many features that target K12, be sure that you call Tightrope before you purchase your next bulletin display system!

Document Cameras

Dukane Corporation

2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174
888-245-1966

Dukane offers the longest warranties in the industry for all data/video and overhead projectors, five years for the data/video projectors and lifetime for the overhead projectors. You won't spend a dime for under warranty repairs, thus saving you money.

For over 75 years our affordable, world class lineup of audio/visual equipment including data/video projectors, overhead projectors, document cameras, visual presenters and plasma panels have helped bring learning to life for your classroom, lecture hall, or auditorium. For more information contact Jim Locascio at 888-245-1966.

Electronic Whiteboard Systems

Dukane Corporation

2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174
888-245-1966

Dukane offers the longest warranties in the industry for all data/video and overhead projectors, five years for the data/video projectors and lifetime for the overhead projectors. You won't spend a dime for under warranty repairs, thus saving you money.

For over 75 years our affordable, world class lineup of audio/visual equipment including data/video projectors, overhead projectors, document cameras, visual presenters and plasma panels have helped bring learning to life for your classroom, lecture hall, or auditorium. For more information contact Jim Locascio at 888-245-1966.

PolyVision Corporation

PolyVision Corporation
4888 S. Old Peachtree Rd.
Norcross, GA 30071
Phone: 800-620-POLY
Fax: 770-446-5951
www.polyvision.com
info@polyvision.com

PolyVision Corporation is the global leader in visual communication solutions for collaborative learning environments. In college and university settings, PolyVision provides leading products such as traditional whiteboards, interactive whiteboards, and multimedia whiteboards to enhance the way people learn, work, and communicate.

PolyVision's NEW Impulse[TM] LTX Multimedia Whiteboard is the latest product in a new category of intuitive products that require no training, peripheral computer, or pre-meeting set-up. LTX meets the needs of users who desire walk-up-and-use simplicity. The LTX serves as an interactive hub for recording, storing, and redisplaying captured notes. …

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