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EDUCAUSE 2011 attendees could win a multimedia lectern!

The 2011 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference attendees that register at the Spectrum booth are entered for a chance to win their choice of three lecterns. The winner can choose from the new line of sleek presentation lecterns - the Academic Lectern, the Inspiration Lectern, or the Moderator Multimedia Lectern.

Entering is easy. Deciding which lectern you want will be the hard part.

Just stop by booth 1019 and register with Butch, Jerry, Sue, or Louis. Then the hard part, choosing which lectern you’d like to win! Let the Spectrum Team tell you about the new and proven lecterns, desks, and mobile computing solutions that make IT integration in the classroom a breeze.

Let the Spectrum Team connect you with our furniture!

The Spectrum Team will have a variety of products along including the Freedom Lectern XRS, the Media Manager Lectern, and the new Inspiration Lectern. For desks, take a look at the configurable Instructor’s Media Console or the Flex InSight Extreme Monitor System Desks that comes in two models – Dual Monitor and Large Format All-in-One-Computer model. Take care of your mobile computing storage needs with the netLT30 Netbook Cart and the new InTouch40 Tablet Cart that not only charges and stores iPad, tablet and e-readers, it also has SYNCING capabilities!

Get the most out of your EDUCAUSE experience.

EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology. The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is the place to be to network with peers, learn about and discuss new and ongoing ideas, and discover new products to make integrating technology and learning easier. Make Spectrum part of your IT solutions in the classroom – visit the Spectrum Team in booth 1019!

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