Microsoft Workshops Share K-12 Success Stories

Expected to reach 25,000 K-12 educators, "Help '95-'96: A Straightforward Workshop for Educators Who Invest in Technology," sponsored by Microsoft, provides decision makers with a vision and the tools to integrate technology across platforms, grade levels and curricula. The full-day workshops, to be held in locations across the U.S., will focus on planning, multimedia, networking, the Internet and other online resources. In a session on planning, presenters will introduce a 10-step process for developing a school technology plan and share inspiring real-world success stories. Attendees will also get a close-up look at the special education features of the Windows '95 and Windows NT operating systems as well as The Microsoft Network. Complete workshop information is on the "Focus on K-12" section of the firm's Home Page. Microsoft Corp., Redmond, WA, (800) 704-8215, www.microsoft.com.

This article originally appeared in the 11/01/1995 issue of THE Journal.

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