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Kodak HD Video Camera Bundles - Up to 50% Off for Educators through Digital Wish
Posted by John Sullivan at 01:21:05 PM Tue 09/13/2011

Manchester Center, VT- September 13th, 2011 - Digital Wish and Kodak have teamed up to create educator-only discounts on high definition video camera bundles, bringing more visual learning projects to classrooms across America. Digital Wish has packaged together the most popular camera models with the most-requested classroom accessories for significantly less than the manufacturer's suggested retail price of each product. Each KODAK HD video camera is bundled with a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery, a USB/ AC power adapter, a deluxe neoprene camera case, a 8GB SD card for capturing footage and photos, AV cables, ARCSOFT MEDIA IMPRESSIONS Software for editing pictures and videos, and a one year warranty for all of the items. As an added bonus, an extra cable has been included for viewing footage on any HDMI-capable television. Even without the cameras, the accessory kits alone would cost over $125 if each item was purchased separately at typical retail prices.

There are three video camera bundles to choose from -- the simple but brilliant KODAK PLAYFULL Video Camera, the rugged, waterproof KODAK PLAYSPORT Zx3 Video Camera, and the touch-sensitive KODAK PLAYTOUCH Video Camera. These pocket-sized HD video cameras are sure to be a big hit in the classroom. Digital Wish's specially-priced education bundles will ensure that every classroom is ready to start working on exciting video projects right away!

All three Kodak cameras shoot beautiful 1080p high definition video and take five megapixel still photos. Easy to use, built- in special effects are ideal for creative classroom projects. Add a stylized look to any video taken with the KODAK PLAYTOUCH or KODAK PLAYFULL Video Cameras, including black and white, sepia, high saturation, and a 1970's film look. The different effects will add flair to projects across all subjects, from sepia toned videos for historical reenactments to recreating famous laboratory experiments with the 1970's film filter. The KODAK PLAYSPORT Zx3 Video Camera also features an LCD screen glare shield which allows the user to view their pictures and videos even in bright sunlight.

Each camera model has unique features that make it suitable for different classroom settings.

·  The KODAK PLAYFULL Video Camera Bundle- Simple to use and value-priced, this is a great bundle for schools on a tight budget. $105.99, 50% discount. http://www.digitalwish.com/dw/digitalwish/product?id=32100
· The KODAK PLAYSPORT Video Camera Bundle - Rugged, dustproof, and even waterproof up to 10 feet, this camera is designed to stand up to many adventurous uses both inside and outside the classroom. $129.99, 44% discount.
http://www.digitalwish.com/dw/digitalwish/product?id=32103
·  The KODAK PLAYTOUCH Video Camera Bundle - This camera offers a 3.0 inch high quality and intuitive touchscreen for complete control before and after shooting. $129.99, 50% discount.
http://www.digitalwish.com/dw/digitalwish/product?id=32101

"We encounter so many visual learners in the 21st century classroom, and video can be a real game-changer for these students," said Heather Chirtea, founder and executive director of Digital Wish, "We have worked with a lot of disengaged students who suddenly thrive when video is introduced into the curriculum. Digital Wish is proud to work with Kodak to bring these powerful cameras to classrooms at a huge discount that will allow teachers to access more technology on their limited budgets."

David E. Capodicasa, Kodak's Director of Market and Business Development, said, "Kodak is excited to give back to teachers, students, and educators everywhere by leveraging this program through Digital Wish. Our pocket video camcorders are a great educational tool that can be used to reinforce teaching principles while adding a layer of excitement for students. Kodak is delighted to partner on this initiative and we look forward to bringing more programs like this to educational institutions in the near future through our partnership with Digital Wish."

Digital Wish has gained nationwide attention by granting over 26,000 classroom technology wishes through DigitalWish.org. Many of these wishes have been for handheld cameras, a long-time favorite of educators who strive to engage students through project-based learning. With these new Kodak bundles, Digital Wish is making it easier than ever for teachers to engage their students through video and photography.

About Digital Wish
Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms.
The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. Teachers make technology wish lists, and supporters make those wishes come true. Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents and community members can contribute. A new fundraising feature lets PTAs, and PTOs start online fundraisers for new classroom technology in just a few mouse clicks. Over 26,000 technology wishes have been granted to classrooms in need, across the US.

Digital Wish Contact: John Sullivan, Communications Manager, 802-549-4572, [email protected]

About Kodak
As the world's foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich their lives.
Follow our blogs and more at www.kodak.com/go/followus. Choose from the widest selection of KODAK Digital Cameras, Pocket Video Cameras and more at http://store.kodak.com.
© Kodak, 2011. KODAK, PLAYFULL, PLAYTOUCH and PLAYSPORT are trademarks of Kodak.

Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

International Cars, Ltd. Donates $10,000 To Support Education Through “Digital Wish”
Posted by John Sullivan at 12:07:50 PM Wed 09/07/2011

Danvers, Mass. – (September 7, 2011): The International Cars, Ltd. (ICL) family of dealerships is pleased to announce that it has donated $10,000 through the online giving forum, Digital Wish, in recognition of "National Back to School" month.

Each of ICL's five dealerships contributed a percentage of their August sales proceeds to the total donation.  The funds will help Digital Wish fulfill requests from educators looking to bring more advanced technology into their classrooms.

"ICL takes education seriously, and we believe that by supporting Digital Wish we can help make an impact on the lives of teachers and students in our communities," said Jack Donachie, president and CEO of International Cars, Ltd. "Especially in an environment that keeps getting more global and more dependent on technology, it's important that schools be equipped with the tools they need to prepare the next generation."

Digital Wish is a national platform that empowers educators and donors to campaign cooperatively to put technology into the hands of students across America. Digital Wish allows teachers to create "wish lists" of technology products needed for their classroom, and describe how each item will be utilized at www.digitalwish.org. Like a gift registry, visiting donors can purchase wish list items for classrooms through Digital Wish, or donate money to a specific classroom for future technology purchases. 100 percent of every donation to Digital Wish funds classroom technology.

Digital Wish invites the collaborative involvement of local communities, caring donors, and innovative teachers to make a personal investment in the communities where they live and work. Teachers are encouraged use the platform to network with other educators across the country, sharing lesson plans, experiences, and advice on teaching in the 21st century. For more information, visit www.digitalwish.org.

About International Cars, Ltd:

International Cars Ltd. is an employee owned company comprised of five New England area dealerships. In addition to Honda North, the New Hampshire locations include; Dover Auto World: with Honda and Chevrolet franchises, Dover Auto World Collision Center; Porsche of Stratham and Audi Stratham. The International Cars' team, company-wide, is one that values ownership, accountability, and the importance of high-level service and customer satisfaction.

International Cars is headquartered at Honda North in Danvers, Mass. and is the recipient of several industry awards, including the 2007 Governor's Highway Safety Association Peter K. O'Rourke Special Achievement Award and the Time Magazine 2006 Quality Dealer Award. Honda North is a four-time Honda President's Award winner, which is the most prestigious honor that Honda can grant to one of its dealerships. Dover

Auto World in NH is a two-time President's Award winner. Audi Stratham is a 2009 recipient of the Magna Society Award from Audi of America for excellence in customer service and performance. Most recently, Porsche of Stratham was named a 2011 Porsche Premier Dealer, an award reserved for just 25 of the German automaker's 197 U.S. dealerships who consistently go above and beyond Porsche's high customer standards. International Cars has also earned several AACE (Annual Award for Communications Excellence) Awards through The National ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) Association.

The Employee Owners of International Cars, Ltd. take great pride in supporting charitable based initiatives that directly impact their local communities. This type of involvement is an integral part of the success of employee ownership. For more information on International Cars, please call Ebben Zall Group at 781-449- 3244 or visit www.iclautos.com.

About Digital Wish
Digital Wish is on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in American classrooms. Invite your teachers to make their technology wish lists at www.digitalwish.org, then invite parents and community members to donate. Digital Wish has made over 26,000 classroom technology wishes come true and maintains a vibrant community of over 50,000 educators. By streamlining and targeting the process of giving, Digital Wish allows large and small-scale donors to directly impact their local schools. www.digitalwish.org.

Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

International Cars, Ltd. Celebrates Back to School Month with Digital Wish
Posted by John Sullivan at 12:36:01 PM Mon 08/01/2011

Danvers, Mass. - (August 1, 2011): The International Cars, Ltd. (ICL) family of dealerships invites its customers and community to join them this August in celebrating "National Back to School" month. For each vehicle sold throughout the month of August, each of ICL's five dealerships will donate $100 (up to $10,000) to local schools through online giving forum Digital Wish.

Digital Wish is a national platform that empowers educators and donors to campaign cooperatively to put technology into the hands of students across America. Digital Wish allows teachers to create "wish lists" of technology products needed for their classroom, and describe how each item will be utilized at www.digitalwish.org. Like a gift registry, visiting donors can purchase wish list items for classrooms through Digital Wish, or donate money to a specific classroom for future technology purchases. 100percent of every donation to Digital Wish funds classroom technology.

ICL's "Back to School" month donation will benefit local Massachusetts and New Hampshire schools and assist Digital Wish in their mission to solve technology shortfalls in U.S. classrooms.

"Technology really has changed the way our children learn," said Jack Donachie, president and CEO of International Cars, Ltd. "With so much pressure on the learning environment, it can be expensive for schools and teachers to keep up with the costs. We're proud to partner with Digital Wish again this August to help fill in some of those gaps and keep schools equipped with the most up-to-date technology."

In addition to donating $100 per vehicle sold, ICL will also offer employee pricing to all educators throughout the month of August.

"This is a fantastic opportunity for our educators to acquire much-needed technology," said Heather Chirtea, executive director and founder of Digital Wish. "We are excited to help ICL reach the schools in their local region and impact as many as 1,000 students, right in their hometown!"

Digital Wish invites the collaborative involvement of local communities, caring donors, and innovative teachers to make a personal investment in the communities where they live and work. Teachers are encouraged use the platform to network with other educators across the country, sharing lesson plans, experiences, and advice on teaching in the 21st century. For more information, visit www.digitalwish.org.

About International Cars, Ltd:

International Cars Ltd. is an employee owned company comprised of five New England area dealerships. In addition to Honda North, the New Hampshire locations include; Dover Auto World: with Honda and Chevrolet franchises, Dover Auto World Collision Center; Porsche of Stratham and Audi Stratham. The International Cars' team, company-wide, is one that values ownership, accountability, and the importance of high-level service and customer satisfaction.

International Cars is headquartered at Honda North in Danvers, Mass. and is the recipient of several industry awards, including the 2007 Governor's Highway Safety Association Peter K. O'Rourke Special Achievement Award and the Time Magazine 2006 Quality Dealer Award. Honda North is a four-time Honda President's Award winner, which is the most prestigious honor that Honda can grant to one of its dealerships. Dover Auto World in NH is a two-time President's Award winner. Audi Stratham is a 2009 recipient of the Magna Society Award from Audi of America for excellence in customer service and performance. Most recently, Porsche of Stratham was named a 2011 Porsche Premier Dealer, an award reserved for just 25 of the German automaker's 197 U.S. dealerships who consistently go above and beyond Porsche's high customer standards. International Cars has also earned several AACE (Annual Award for Communications Excellence) Awards through The National ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) Association.

The Employee Owners of International Cars, Ltd. take great pride in supporting charitable based initiatives that directly impact their local communities. This type of involvement is an integral part of the success of employee ownership. For more information on International Cars, please call Ebben Zall Group at 781-449-3244 or visit www.iclautos.com.

ICL Media Contact: Jamie Giller

Ebben Zall Group

(781) 449-3244

[email protected]

About Digital Wish

Digital Wish is on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in American classrooms. Invite your teachers to make their technology wish lists at www.digitalwish.org, then invite parents and community members to donate. Digital Wish has made over 26,000 classroom technology wishes come true and maintains a vibrant community of over 50,000 educators. By streamlining and targeting the process of giving, Digital Wish allows large and small-scale donors to directly impact their local schools. www.digitalwish.org.

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Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

Digital Wish and Espresso Announce a $600 Matching Grant on Espresso Elementary Subscriptions
Posted by John Sullivan at 12:01:06 PM Thu 07/07/2011

Manchester Center, VT- July 7th, 2011- Thanks to the generous support of Espresso Education, Digital Wish has just announced a $600 matching grant on all Espresso Elementary subscriptions purchased by educators through September 30, 2011. Using this limited time grant, educators can get an Espresso Elementary Annual Subscription valued at $1595 for their entire school for just $995.

Espresso Education has been the leading digital curriculum service in the UK for years and has expanded its high quality educational program to America. Appropriate for the PreK-5 classroom, Espresso is a huge library of video clips integrated with interactive activities, games, quizzes, and a weekly News Roundup. Its cross-curricular learning modules cover all subject areas, helping elementary school teachers deliver memorable lessons, engaging students in the learning process.

"Earlier this year, we were thrilled to offer educators a free trial subscription of Espresso Elementary and introduce them to such a high quality program," said Heather Chirtea, founder and executive director of Digital Wish. "We got such a great response that we have introduced this large grant opportunity so that educators can take full advantage of everything Espresso Elementary has to offer."

Lewis Bronze, Espresso CEO commented, "We think Digital Wish is a fantastic organization and a real service to teachers who need extra support to bring technology into their classroom. We are proud to have been selected as a 'wish list' product and really pleased that we can offer a grant that makes Espresso even more affordable. We promise to make a difference in your classroom!"

About Digital Wish

Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms. The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. Teachers make technology wish lists, and supporters make those wishes come true. Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents and community members can contribute. A new fundraising feature lets teachers, supporters, organizations, PTAs, and PTOs start online fundraisers for new classroom technology in just a few mouse clicks. Over 25,867 technology wishes have been granted.

Digital Wish Contact: John Sullivan, Communications Manager, 802-549- 4572, [email protected]

About Espresso Elementary

Espresso Elementary for Pre-K to 5 is a cross-curricular, multimedia learning site with a wide range of interactive, video-rich classroom resources that inspire children to learn. The award- winning resources on Espresso Elementary have been built up since 1997, and have proven to engage students while helping them to achieve educational outcomes. Each week, fresh curriculum material and News Roundup new stories are added, with links to learning outcomes, alignments to common core and state standards, and links across other relevant subject areas.

Espresso Elementary is a product of Espresso Education, the U.K. market leader in the provision of video-based digital curriculum services to primary and secondary schools. In April 2010, the company launched and announced an agreement with Defined Learning, Inc. to adapt, market and sell Espresso in the United States.

Espresso Elementary Contact: Hazel Carter, Marketing Manager, 847-850-0188 x218, hazel_carter@espressoeducation.com

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Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

Digital Wish and A-List Education Provide a 50% Matching Grant on Vocab Videos
Posted by Digital Wish Support at 02:28:05 PM Thu 06/16/2011

Manchester Center, VT- June 16th, 2011- Earlier this year, more than 1,000 educators took advantage of a special trial of Vocab Videos through Digital Wish. Now, thanks to the generous support of A-List Education, Digital Wish is offering educators a 50% matching grant on all Vocab Videos subscriptions purchased through August 15, 2011.

Vocab Videos is a revolutionary new vocabulary system from A-List Education that brings essential high school and SAT vocabulary words to life. The online platform was developed by a group of educators frustrated by the lack of high quality and affordable vocabulary resources. Their solution came in the form of hilarious short videos illustrating the meanings of crucial, frequently-tested SAT vocabulary words. Episodes feature entertaining characters and parodies of popular TV shows, making learning vocabulary words fun for students. The Vocab Videos package includes an extensive video library that reinforces learning for over 500 vocabulary words, plus quizzes, worksheets, a multimedia flashcard maker, and a teacher dashboard for monitoring individual student and class progress.

Vocab Videos takes away the stress of vocabulary preparation and engages students in the learning process with fun spins on dictionary definitions, showing students what the words mean instead of just telling them. The video content and words are appropriate for grades 9 through 12.

"We are very excited to facilitate this grant opportunity for every high school teacher in the country," said Heather Chirtea, executive director and founder of Digital Wish, "These Vocab Videos subscription grants will help thousands of students across the country learn vocabularly essential for their English classes and the SAT."

About Digital Wish

Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms. The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. In addition to making over 23,000 wishes come true for American educators, Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to craft a technology wish list so that parents and community members can make a classroom contribution and invest in America’s future.

About A-List Education

A-List Education (www.alisteducation.com) is an innovative provider of educational services for families, schools, and non-profit organizations. The company is dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals and prepare for undergraduate and graduate studies. A-List’s services include standardized test preparation, academic tutoring, college admissions advising, and professional development for educators. A-List is committed to helping underserved youth and provides customized college readiness solutions to non-profit organizations, including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Harlem Children’s Zone and Year Up.

Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

Submit an Animation Lesson Plan to Win the Software that Brought Wallace and Gromit to Life!
Posted by John Sullivan at 08:44:00 PM Thu 06/02/2011

Manchester Center, VT- June 2nd, 2011- Three educators will win a 10-pack of the software used to create Aardman Animation’s Wallace & Gromit movies, simply by submitting their animation lesson plans to Digital Wish.  Any educator who submits a claymation or animation lesson plan to Digital Wish before July 31st, 2011 will be entered to win a 10-user software license of Stop Motion Pro Action!  Three winners will be chosen.

Stop Motion Pro is the software used by Aardman Animations to produce the much-loved Wallace & Gromit films.  Great for beginners and advanced users alike, Stop Motion Pro’s intuitive user interface makes creating cross-curricular animated projects a breeze.

Students can use a video camera, digital still camera, or webcam and the Stop Motion Pro software on a Windows PC to create digital stories and animated projects by capturing one frame of their character or subject, making a small change, and then capturing another frame to build the illusion of movement. Stop Motion Pro digitally compiles the frames, and sophisticated tools make it easy to integrate eye-popping special effects into your animations.   Microphones or pre-recorded audio can be used to add sound and music, and frames can be painted on for limitless creative expression.

Different language options (English, French, German and Spanish) make Stop Motion Pro perfect for multiple language learners and ELL/ESL students. Educators working with younger learners or students on the Autism spectrum will appreciate the creative ways the program can be used as a digital storytelling device to foster emotional literacy and give a "voice" to students who would otherwise be unable or unwilling to express themselves.

“We’re very excited to see schools utilize the magic of animation to bring their stories to life with Stop Motion Pro,” said Heather Chirtea, founder and executive director of Digital Wish. “I’ve taught animation for years, and Stop  Motion Pro makes it easy for learners of all levels to turn out impressive projects."

Stop Motion Pro comes in five editions, including versions well -suited to all levels of education from elementary through post-secondary institutions. The versions include Action!, Action! Plus, Action! HD, Studio HD Commercial, and Studio HD Education.  All versions are available to educators through Digital Wish.

For more information on the Stop Motion Pro Lesson Plan Contest, visit DigitalWish.org

About Digital Wish

Digital Wish (http://www.digitalwish.org) is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms.  The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. Teachers make technology wish lists, and supporters make those wishes come true. Over 25,000 technology wishes have been granted. Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents and community members can contribute.  For more information, please visit http://www.digitalwish.org.

About Stop Motion Pro

Stop Motion Pro (http://www.stopmotionpro.com), produces world-leading software for stop motion animation production. Stop Motion Pro has become an industry standard for teaching animation techniques in schools and universities around the world, and animation studios have embraced Stop Motion Pro with feature films, television series and commercials utilizing this innovative technology.

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Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

Four Teachers Win a Classroom Sets of Flip Cameras for Writing Innovative Lesson Plans
Posted by John Sullivan at 02:26:25 PM Thu 06/02/2011

Editor's Note: A few teachers were asking about the winners of the Flip Innovation Lesson Plan contest, so we re-posted this article.

Manchester Center, VT- June 2, 2011- Digital Wish has announced the winners of their wildly successful Video Innovation Lesson Plan sponsored by Flip Video™.  Four winning lesson plans were selected from almost 700 entries. One winner was chosen from each of the K-2nd grade, 3rd-5th grade, 6th-8th grade, and 9th-12th grade levels and awarded a classroom set of ten Flip UltraHD™ 1 hour video camcorders.  

K-2nd Grade Winner
Ashley Parker from Martin Elementary School in Flowery Branch, GA won for her lesson plan "1st Grade Shape Search."  Students use Flip video cameras to record their search for shapes in their school and compete to find the greatest amount of correctly identified shapes.

3rd- 5th Grade Winner
Debbie Matteson from Olathe Elementary School in Olathe, CO won with her lesson plan "Phantom Tell Booth."  A Flip video camera "tell booth" is set up in her classroom (a refrigerator box with a mounted Flip inside is recommended) for students to record their ideas and solutions to problems.  She notes it is especially useful for students who are reluctant to participate in group discussions.

6th- 8th Grade Winner
Michael Buist from Audrey and Robert Ryan Elementary in Chandler, AZ won with his lesson plan "30 Ways In 30 Days."  Students use Flip video cameras to create original documentaries on what they can do to change the world for the better.  Buist has posted pictures of the project on Flickr and started a blog to highlight the 30 Ways project.

9th- 12th Grade Winner
Gordon Brown from Clyde A. Erwin High School in Asheville, NC won with his lesson plan "Flip, Flop and Fly Your Way Through Adjectival Endings."  Students form groups to make videos teaching foreign language adjectival endings.  Through bloopers on film requiring remakes, students will learn quickly how adjectival endings, and the language at large, works.

All four winners will receive classroom sets of 10 Flip cameras.  Their lesson plans, as well as every lesson plan entered in the contest, will be hosted and made available to the public for use in their classrooms at www.digitalwish.org.

To qualify for the Video Innovation Lesson Plan Contest, teachers from all over the country submitted their best lesson plan ideas that utilized Flip video cameras.  Lesson plans could cover any subject area and were judged based on their utilization of Flip video cameras, degrees of innovation and originality, and level of student involvement.  The winners were announced publicly through Digital Wish's Twitter account on June 1st, 2011.

About Digital Wish
Digital Wish (http://www.digitalwish.org) is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms.  The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. Teachers make technology wish lists, and supporters make those wishes come true. Over 25,000 technology wishes have been granted. Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents and community members can contribute.  For more information, please visit http://www.digitalwish.org.

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Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

Lights, Camera, Slide Show: 25% Off on the New Digital Wish Deal!
Posted by John Sullivan at 06:32:56 PM Wed 05/18/2011

It’s that time of year again, when the battle between teachers and nice weather begins.  Luckily, Digital Wish has the ultimate tool for teachers to engage their students: the Stylus 7010 Bundle, featuring the Olympus STYLUS 7010 digital camera and Tool Factory Slide Show V3 software.

The Olympus STYLUS 7010 digital camera makes it easy to capture beautiful photographs for classroom projects.  It automatically switches to the style of scene the user is shooting, be it a simple portrait, panoramic landscape, detailed macro close-up, or fast-moving sports scene.  The camera packs a 7x zoom for getting in close and a wide angle lens lets you capture large groups or landscapes with ease.  Stabilization sensors in the camera make sure images comes out clear, even when the subject or the photographer is moving.

Students’ photos come together as a classroom project with Tool Factory Slide Show V3.  Drag a folder of photographs onto the page and Tool Factory Slide Show will transform the images to slides. Click the 'play' button and watch the photos come to life with eye-popping transitions.

Digital Wish combined these powerfully simple tools with a padded camera case for safe transport, and a spacious 2GB xD card for hours of creative shooting. At 25% off the retail price, the Digital Wish Stylus 7010 Bundle is available to PreK-12 educators only and is perfect for any grade!

Teachers and supporters alike can start an online fundraiser on Digital Wish in just a few clicks to get the Stylus 7010 Bundle in their favorite classroom.  To get started, visit DigitalWish.org

Digital Wish Media Contact:
Jennifer Miller, [email protected]
Digital Wish
PO Box 255
Milton, DE 19968
866.344.7758

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