Educational software for macs or PC's?

Eric L. Peters elpeters at LAMAR.COLOSTATE.EDU
Mon Jun 21 04:54:30 EST 1993


> We are trying to acquire educational software, preferably for Mac's but
> PC packages are ok as second choice. 
> 
>for simulation software or
>educational packages that can be used for classes of undergraduate
>students. 

There are demo packages of STELLA (fully functional except for saving
models) available from the company (High Performance Systems: (603)
643-9636).  Student prices for working versions are also very reasonable
($64.00/copy here at Colorado State University).

You might also want to contact Dr. Charles Ralph in the Department of
Biology here at CSU.  He distributes a variety of biological instruction
software packages for the Mac.

Eric

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