Agreement Furthers Distance Ed. Efforts

Under a recent agreement, Hypergraphics Corp. will use ImageLink's Virtual Desk PC system to bring distance learning to more U.S. classrooms. Virtual Desk PC permits computer users to see, hear and do collaborative computing in real time as they sit at their remote stations. It is the only system that is fully scalable for notebook and desktop PCs as well as large screens for personal, small group or large room use. Hypergraphics provides software and workbooks for Glenc'e/McGraw Hill's technical textbooks in which multimedia, interactive questions and wireless student response units aid teachers in assessing comprehension. By adding Virtual Desk PC, similar services can be provided to remote classrooms as well. Imagelink, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, (412) 344-7511.

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/1995 issue of THE Journal.

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