CyberEd teams with Prentice Hall on biology CD-ROMs

January 1999
Electronic Education Report;01/13/99, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p7
Trade Publication
Announces the agreement between Prentice Hall (PH) and educational software publisher CyberEd to include the latter's biology CD-ROMs with selected PH textbooks in a multimedia package for high school and college students. PH as distributor for CyberEd's software.


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