College Planning & Management

DEC 2012

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Supplier Spotlights FE AT URED PRODUC TS + SERV ICES EVERASE RESURFACING ROLLS TURN YOUR GYM INTO A MULTI-USE FACILITY Everase Corp. Everase's whiteboard resurfacing rolls eliminate the mess of chalk dust and protect your interactive technology. Resurface your existing board rather than throw it away. Convert both chalkboards and whiteboards that don't erase anymore. Save yourself time, money, and aggravation with Everase. COVERMASTER INC. COVERMATE II™ is our proprietary coverhandling/storage system with many patented safety components. Used by more schools and colleges, it converts your gymnasium into a multi-use facility in about 30 minutes. See our website for details. www.everase.com | Email: info@everase.com 800/494-5677 covermaster.com | Email: info@covermaster.com 800/387-5808 THE NEXT BIG THING IN INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER COMFORTS INTRODUCES ACTIVE LEARNING CLUSTER Shifer Equipment Sales, Inc. Shifer Equipment Sales introduces TouchIT Technologies' Interactive LEDs and LCDs — the future of interactive touch displays. Unlike other interactive boards, they are thinner, more energy-efcient, have brighter display quality, require no calibration, and are an open-source software solution. Computer Comforts, Inc. Active Learning spaces are a growing trend on campus. Our new ALC furniture can accommodate up to nine students in an 84-in.diameter footprint. The triangle Power-Core can be custom confgured for a variety of power/data solutions. Pictured with optional LCD display mounts. www.shiferequip.com | Email: c.service@shiferequip.com 800/547-1539 www.computercomforts.com | Email: info@computercomforts.com 281/535-2288

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