Classic Computer Magazine Archive A.N.A.L.O.G. ISSUE 78 / NOVEMBER 1989 / PAGE 10


Educator's Software

    Educational Management Systems has announced a series of educator's programs for the Atari ST. School Scheduler I is a keyboard and mouse data-entry scheduling program used to create schedules by sections or by teacher. School Scheduler II uses Scantron forms that have been filled out by students to automatically set up the student's schedule. The Scantron reader is connected to the ST via the RS-232 port, allowing all student data to be entered into the computer almost instantly. Charles Gauthier, president of EMS, says, "Our goal is to get the ST into schools. We are working closely with established dealers, giving presentations to local school systems to demonstrate this power at a price at which there is no competitionone that Apple can't compete with because the programs aren't available, and one that IBM can't compete with because their system is not as fast or as easy to use as our software for the ST."
    The programs are due for release in 1990. Prices are not currently available.
Educational Management Systems
P.O. Box 153
Huntington, MD 20639
(301) 535-0062

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