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Re: Computers in the art room

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Gina Booth (ginab.ar.us)
Tue, 21 Jan 1997 20:58:52 -0600 (CST)


Although I have already purchased an art computer program for my
classroom computer I had an opportunity come up to teach that class at
the college. So I call the company that owns the program to ask about the
fee for educational rates in a group lab setting.

I could have kicked myself. The rate was only about $50.00 more than I
had paid for the single program. Also, they said I'd get the newest
version and all updates! In other words they were happy to have people
learning to use the program I guess.

Moral: Before buying for a single computer terminal, consider buying
the group license instead in case you may
someday be using it in a lab setting. If the price difference is small
go for it, it could be worth it even if just for getting the
updated versions.


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