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New Compact Spool Gun

The Lincoln Electric company has introduced a new compact spool gun solution for its Power MIG 255C and Power MIG 350MP wire feeder/welder systems. The lightweight Magnum 250LX Spool Gun is rated at 280 amps/60 percent duty cycle and 200 amps/100 percent duty cycle.

For more information, visit www. lincolnelectric.com.

Greenhouse for Youth Gardening Programs

The National Gardening Association offers a specially priced hobby-sized greenhouse for schools and youth gardening programs. The eight-foot-by-six-foot greenhouse is constructed from galvanized enamel-coated steel and twin-walled polycarbonate glazing and features a roof vent. The kit includes a base for the structure and step-by-step assembly instructions.

For more information, visit www. garden.org.

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Partnership for Distributing E-Learning Products

Riverdeep, a distributor of K-12 educational solutions and CD-ROM products, has announced a school channel distribution partnership with e-learning developer, InfoSource, Inc. The InfoSource "How to Master" online courses distributed by Riverdeep will provide students, teachers and administrative staff with access to a variety of self-paced courses available 24 hours a day over the Internet.

For more information, visit www. riverdeep.net or www.howtomaster. com.

Virtual Business Curriculum

Knowledge Matters has announced the release of Virtual Business Management 2.0, its latest upgrade in a suite of business curriculum software. The standards-based program is designed to give students interactive learning experiences as virtual business owners, managers and supervisors. The new version adds a multiplayer capacity that motivates cooperative thinking and team strategy.

For more information, visit www. knowledgematters.com.

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Glossary of Terms for Project Managers

The CompTIA Project+ Glossary of Project Management Terms contains more than 250 entries of terminology commonly associated with project management tasks. …

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