Discounted software available via statewide purchasing program
All Illinois school districts are invited to take part in a program that makes Microsoft computer programs available at discounted prices to faculty, staff, students and parents.
Schools or districts that participate in the program have access to costly software at large discounts. For example, Microsoft Office Professional or Office Macintosh are available through the program for $79, a large reduction from the standard retail price of $499.
The program is being conducted by Technology Resource Corporation (TRC), one of the vendors selected for participation in the Illinois Learning Technology Purchase Program (ILTPP). TRC is a large account reseller for Microsoft Corporation that serves the academic marketplace. ILTPP was developed in 1994 by Learning Technology Centers, Regional Offices of Education and Intermediate Service Centers to help Illinois schools obtain technology-related products.
Schools are invited to make the discounted licensing program available to students and parents as well as to faculty and staff. For more information and to place orders, visit the TRC Web site at http://www.shoptrc.com/savings. To obtain order forms and communications materials, get in touch with Betsy Horlock of TRC at 800/517-2320, ext. 206, or email@example.com .
Information about ILTPP is also available on the Web at http://www.iltpp.k12.il.us/ .
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