T.H.E. Journal and United Learning Offer Free VOD Trial, Contest

A recent Quality Education Data (QED) study of district technology coordinators showed that video streaming is the No. 1 technology being evaluated in the upcoming 2003-2004 school year. To help educators try out this increasingly popular technology, United Learning, developers of unitedstreaming, the award-winning video-on-demand application used in more than 22,000 schools nationwide, is offering a free two-month trial to all T.H.E. Journal readers. Just log on to www.unitedstreaming.com and enter Passcode "F1E0-A5D4" to create a unique username and password.

In addition, each time a user logs on to the unitedstreaming site with their new username and password they are registered for a chance to win a free year subscription to unitedstreaming (a $1000 value). There will be five annual subscriptions awarded. Winners will be announced at the unitedstreaming Community Event during NSBA's T+L² Conference on Oct. 22 in Anaheim, Calif.

This article originally appeared in the 09/01/2003 issue of THE Journal.

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