Welcome, Appalachian State
Posted: 18 Mar 2006 09:03 am
Appalachian State University is among the first to recognize the educational benefits Morning Flight software can bring to the classroom. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and a TIME Magazine "College of the Year," ASU plans to make the Free Edition a requirement for their Print Production Analysis and Control undergraduate course. Thank you, ASU. Visit Appalachian State at http://www.tour.appstate.edu/academics.html
For the record: While it is illegal to make copies of Morning Flight for resale, educational institutions and their faculty are at liberty to make unlimited copies of the Free Edition for distribution to their students. All we ask is that any fees for such copies not significantly exceed the cost of duplication.
Exchange of the Free Edition among the students themselves is not only unrestricted, it's encouraged.