Update: Special Offers for STAR DEs

Since it’s the holiday season, I assume your principals, tech coordinators and PTA/PTOs are looking for that perfect gift just for you.  Well, you can remind them that there is a little more than a month left on two special offers for STAR Discovery Educators.

InFocus Promotion

Details:  STAR Discovery Educators can purchase an InFocus IN24 projector for just $480 (after $100 mail-in rebate) with free shipping.  Or, instead of the $100 rebate, you can choose to get a spare lamp for your new projector.      

Also, you get to choose either a carrying case that fits the projector perfectly or an extra year’s warranty.

Limit:  Five projectors per STAR Discovery Educator

Expiration:  The offer expires on 1/31/2007 (while quantities last).

eInstruction Promotion

Details:  STAR Discovery Educators can purchase the CPS IR 32-pad system from eInstruction at an incredible price of $995 (plus shipping).  This is a discount of over 50% from eInstruction’s base pricing of $1995.

Limit:  One CPS IR system per STAR Discovery Educator

Expiration:  The offer expires on 1/31/2007.

For ordering information and other questions regarding these two exclusive STAR Discovery Educator promotions, contact me at lance_rougeux@discovery.com.

Comments

  1. Beth Knittle

    I am not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I am not sure who to ask. Before the changes, as a STAR DE I used to send reports of events to my field manager. Do you still wish us to do this and too whom do I send them?
    Thanks!

  2. Wendy Norton

    I bought my infocus projector just before thanksgiving. I filled out all the requirements for the $100.00 rebate and made copies to be ont he safe side. Over the holiday the box was thrown away, because I bought a nice cawe for it. Infocus will not honor my rebate because they say I missed a UPC symbol which I have a photocopy of. However, they will not except it. Does anyone else have this issue. I dislike rebates for this reason, the customer service would not even consider that the box was no longer here and a photocopy was avalible. I sure could have used that rebate.

  3. Michael Horn

    The West Georgia Educational Technology Training Center, in conjunction with the Discovery Education Network is pleased to announce the competitive grant winners for 2006/2007. They each received an InFocus LCD projector and free registration to the 2007 National Educating Computer Conference in Atlanta, GA for their grant proposals.

    Those participating in the grant had to:

    • Articulate the benefits of integrating projection technology into the classroom and curriculum.
    • Propose innovative methods to integrate projection technology into the performance standards.
    • Describe a need for the technology and the associated professional learning opportunity.
    • Commit to developing a unit in the Georgia Performance Standards unit builder.

    The five winners were Malia Bergstrom from Fayette County High School (Fayette County Schools); Linda Ledbetter from Mt. Zion Middle School(Carroll County Schools); Chris Gibson from Glanton Hindsman Elementary School(Carroll County Schools), Carolyn Horn from Mt. Zion Elementary School (Carroll County Schools); and Susan Cline-Arguilla from Western Elementary School (Coweta County Schools).

  4. Compostela

    I am not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I am not sure who to ask. Before the changes, as a STAR DE I used to send reports of events to my field manager. Do you still wish us to do this and too whom do I send them?
    Thanks!

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