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Clip Art Station Launches with Thousands of Photos for K-12

Posted Apr 5, 2006
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The newly-launched Clip Art Station (http://www.clipartstation.com/) offers a library of more than 2,000 categorized photographs designed to meet the needs of K-12 educators.

During the month of April, one of the largest libraries of mathematics clip art is slated to be added to the collection. Additional photos will be added on a continuous basis.

The subscription-based library covers a range of alphabetized topics corresponding with common K-12 curriculum, including animals, bugs, fish, flowers, fossils, fruits and vegetables, holidays, and modes of transportation. Clip Art Station also includes an array of colonial and historical images supplied by the Library of Congress.

Each subject area provides multiple images, all of which can be viewed, downloaded, and printed in a variety of sizes and resolutions.

One week of unlimited access to Clip Art Station is available for $5.95; one month of access is $14.95. A year's subscription is priced at $29.95 for single users; site access can be purchased for an entire school for $399.95.

Tool Factory, 800/220-8386 or http://www.toolfactory.com/.


 
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