New Contest, Plus Winners and Answers from July 1, 1994

Yvonne Marie Andres (andresyv@CERF.NET)
Thu, 6 Jul 1995 11:02:26 -0700 (PDT)


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Global SchoolNet Foundation
is sponsoring a weekly contest for schools to win
FREE software and prizes!
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NEW. . . . NEW. . . . NEW. . . . NEW. . . . NEW. . . . NEW. . . . NEW
Contest begins immediately Next drawing on July 14*
Check it out today! (http://gsn.org)
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Congratulations to the five winners of the Global SchoolNet Foundation's
first ever World Wide Web contest for FREE software and prizes!

Winners were selected by random drawing, from those people who
successfully accessed the Global SchoolNet's WWWeb site and correctly
answered the questions of the week.

Announcing the WINNERS of the July 1, 1995 drawing:

Jeff Clements (from Jacksonville, Florida) wins the complete software
package Microsoft Office.

Cheryl Barner (from Grahamsville, New York) wins the software package
Microsoft Works.

Suzanne Pucket (from Watuaga, Texas) wins the software package "Language
Assistant", language translation from Globalink.

John Cummings (from Pierre, South Dakota) wins NetCruiser Plus Internet
Access software from Netcom and two Internet guide books.

Joanna Yantosh (from Brookhaven, Pennsylvania) wins a book, "The Internet
Passport" by NorthWestNet, a guide to the World Online.

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FYI the CORRECT answers from last week are:

* Jane Goodall has authored six major books
* Roger Williams of "Where on the Globe is Roger?" uses MCI mail
* Globalink Language Assistant translation software is available
in French, Italian, German, and Spanish

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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS CONTEST?

The Global SchoolNet Foundation, known as the world-wide leader in
instructional applications of telecommunications for over a decade, is a
major contributor to the philosophy, design, culture, and content of
educational networking on the Internet and in the classroom.

Global SchoolNet has recently won several awards for excellence,
including being chosen as a finalist for the prestigious National
Information Infrastructure (NII) Award in recognition of being a major
contributor to providing support services to education on the
"Information Superhighway."

As educators around the globe are attempting to learn how they can best
use the Internet in their classrooms, Global SchoolNet's award-winning,
highly informative "World Wide Web" archive is providing them with
valuable resources and practical information .

However, we need YOUR help!
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You can qualify for free software and other prizes by registering at our
WWWEb site and answering our "questions of the week." Each week there
will be a NEW set of questions and a NEW drawing for prizes.

Here's a sample of what's on the current prize list:

-Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Mail) - $500 value
-Microsoft Works - $125 value
-Globalink's "Language Assistant" Translation software (Spanish,
French, German, or Italian) - $79 value
-NetCom's "Internet Cruiser" package - $69 value
-Internet Passport" 5th edition, published by Prentice Hall,
1995, donated by NorthWestNet - $29.00
-Plus software, modems, books, t-shirts, baseball
caps & much much more!

To enter the July 14th drawing you must correctly answer the questions at:

World Wide Web Contest address: http://gsn.org/gsn/contest.html

Good Luck !