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Avantis will be showing CDserve+ and launching the new OpenCD family of CDDVD servers for schools and colleges. Multimedia Virtual Drive technology enables hundreds of students to access multiple CDs concurrently and ensures all formats of CD and DVD can be successfully networked. Promotional offers available at the show.

Avantis stand F46

www.avantisworld.com

* Library of fun

GridClub offers online safe interactive clubs, a virtual library of resources and GridClub TV for seven- to 11-year-olds.

GridClub stand F21 www,gridclub.com

* Pictures of health Healthy Kids is a CD-Rom to help teach and reinforce emotional, social and physical health issues, and meet outcomes contained in 5-14 health education guidelines. Targeted at levels B and C, the CD-Rom is set in a comic strip context and all the activities relate to health, fitness and safety in the community.

LT Scotland stand B10

www.LTScotland.com

* Back, and to the future

Heinemann Explore, the new online history and science resource for primary and secondary schools will be on show, containing thousands of articles and images, biographies, key dates, scientific ideas, tests and weblinks.

Heinemann stand F44 www.heinemann.co.uklibrary

* The colourful side of maths

Basic MathsBytes for Standard Grade is a full-colour student book for Foundation level maths complemented by a computer-based test program and a comprehensive guide for teachers. The "highly motivational" resource is accompanied by overhead transparencies, homework worksheets and answers.

Summerfield Publishing stand G22 www.summerfieldpublishing.co.uk

* Nought to 100

Sherston Software's Numeracy Connections is a CD-Rom to help infants understand the different ways of making and representing numbers from 0-100.

Sherston stand D41 www.sherston.com

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