Late Breaks - Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft Corp. has announced that college and university faculty members are invited to apply for the Microsoft 2000 Instructional Grant Program and share their innovative uses of technology in computer science, engineering and information systems curricula. This competitive grant offers software licenses for Microsoft visual development tools and operating systems in exchange for posting and sharing curricula via the Microsoft Academic Cooperative Web site. Software licenses to be awarded include the Visual FoxPro database development system, Microsoft Office 2000 Developer Edition, the Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional operating systems and many more. Entries are due on June 30, 2000. Complete grant information, applications and resources from past grant winners can be found at www.academicoop.com.Microsoft Corp. has announced that college and university faculty members are invited to apply for the Microsoft 2000 Instructional Grant Program and share their innovative uses of technology in computer science, engineering and information systems curricula. This competitive grant offers software licenses for Microsoft visual development tools and operating systems in exchange for posting and sharing curricula via the Microsoft Academic Cooperative Web site. Software licenses to be awarded include the Visual FoxPro database development system, Microsoft Office 2000 Developer Edition, the Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional operating systems and many more. Entries are due on June 30, 2000. Complete grant information, applications and resources from past grant winners can be found at www.academicoop.com.Microsoft Corp. has announced that college and university faculty members are invited to apply for the Microsoft 2000 Instructional Grant Program and share their innovative uses of technology in computer science, engineering and information systems curricula. This competitive grant offers software licenses for Microsoft visual development tools and operating systems in exchange for posting and sharing curricula via the Microsoft Academic Cooperative Web site. Software licenses to be awarded include the Visual FoxPro database development system, Microsoft Office 2000 Developer Edition, the Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional operating systems and many more. Entries are due on June 30, 2000. Complete grant information, applications and resources from past grant winners can be found at www.academicoop.com.

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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