e-academy Inc. Joins Forces with ISIC to Offer Microsoft Discounts to Students Worldwide

e-academy Inc. Joins Forces with ISIC to Offer Microsoft Discounts to Students Worldwide











Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) July 20, 2011

e-academy is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with the International Student Identity Card (ISIC) Association and Microsoft (MSFT). This new venture aims to provide popular Microsoft titles to students across the globe at discounts of up to 90% off retail price, via the e-academy powered ISIC WebStore. Available titles include Windows 7, Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac, Project 2010, Visio 2010, Expression Studio 4 and more.

“Our partnership with ISIC is the perfect match for e-academy as both organizations are passionate about extending benefits and opportunities to students worldwide. The chance to provide ISIC members with the lowest possible price for essential Microsoft products is certainly an exciting and key milestone for us! We look forward to expanding our relationship with ISIC and seeing how we can help provide great value to students worldwide,” says Gustavo Sanchez, Marketing Manager at e-academy Inc.

“The cooperation with e-academy enables current and future ISIC holders to gain smooth and secure access to Microsoft’s most attractive student offers across the globe. We are pleased to see how our partnership allows students to save money and we will be working closely together on the development of more online offers on a global scale,” says Martijn van de Veen, General Manager at ISIC.

Students around the world who have an ISIC card can visit the new ISIC WebStore and get instant access to Microsoft software products via download today!

About ISIC

The ISIC card is the only internationally-recognised student ID and ISIC card holders are members of a truly global club. Every year more than 4.5 million students from 120 countries use their student card to take advantage of offers on travel, shopping, museums and more, worldwide.

About e-academy

e-academy Inc. is the global leader in software delivery solutions for the worldwide education market. Over 30,000 academic institutions trust e-academy to manage and distribute software to their students, faculty and staff. The company distributes software in over 100 countries and provides customer service in 8 languages.

With an international client base and relationships with leading software providers such as Microsoft and Adobe, e-academy is a trusted source for bridging the gap between many of the world’s largest software companies, the academic institutions as well as the end users they serve.

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Canadian University Students Publish Short Fiction Collection

Canadian University Students Publish Short Fiction Collection










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) November 27, 2006

After releasing his own novel in 2005, University of Ottawa student Cavan Terrill decided to switch gears, putting down his pen to try on the editor’s hat. “Getting short fiction published these days isn’t easy,” he says. “It was important to me to provide others with an avenue to get their work into print.”

Terrill, an English Honours student, was joined by Carleton University student and fellow Ottawa resident G.R.C. Lewis, who is currently pursuing a double major in English and Law.

The search for the perfect mix of stories was a long one, as the two editors began reading submissions in July 2005 and weren’t satisfied that they’d come up with the right combination until over a year later. “It was a long journey, but a rewarding one,” says Terrill. “We took the time to get things right.”

The two editors published the book through Apodis Publishing, a company founded by Terrill in March of 2005. Apodis uses a print-on-demand printing model, meaning there is no initial run for titles. Instead, copies of the book are printed off as they ordered.

The subjects of the stories in the book run the gamut; from time travel, alien artifacts, and artificial intelligence to troubled teens, struggling writers and the social consequences of the science vs. religion debate.

Goodbye, Darwin is available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Additionally, free electronic copies of the book can be downloaded at the publisher’s website (http://www.apodispublishing.com)under a Creative Commons license.

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All Allied Health Schools Provides Public Health Students with Career and Education Resources

All Allied Health Schools Provides Public Health Students with Career and Education Resources












Seattle (PRWEB) May 19, 2009

All Allied Health Schools announces the publication of a new public health resource center that gives students interested in public health careers the information they need to make the right decisions for their education and careers. The new resource center is located at http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com/faqs/public_health.php.

Public health jobs are not one size fits all–they appeal to a wide range of people who aspire to a variety of careers, from social workers and environmental health specialists to epidemiologists and biostatisticians. But despite the diversity of the public health job field, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects growth across the industry for the foreseeable future. Opportunities in health education and social work are especially strong, with 26 percent and 24 percent growth predicted, respectively.

Among the in-depth offerings on the new public health resource center is information that gives students a better understanding of what public health jobs are really like, guidance on the appropriate public health degree to pursue, and important industry data such as salary information. Students with specific questions about public health jobs or just looking for the inspiration they need to jump into a new career field can now find what they’re looking for within this extensive new resource.

“Public health is an exciting field in which professionals can make a real difference to the overall health of both local and global communities,” says Rebecca Noss, career researcher for All Allied Health Schools. “We wanted to help interested students get the necessary information and take the right first steps to a successful public health career.”

About All Allied Health Schools

All Allied Health Schools (http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com) is an Internet site dedicated to helping people interested in health care careers find the training they need to succeed. Users can search for health care schools, get information about education requirements and read articles about various specialties.

About All Star Directories

All Star Directories, Inc. is one of the Internet’s fastest growing publishers of online and career school directories matching millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their education needs. Recently, Inc. Magazine ranked All Star among the top 500 fastest growing companies in the country, and the Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized the company as one of Washington State’s fastest growing companies for five consecutive years. From leading research institutions to fast-growing online and for-profit schools, more than 6,000 featured schools trust All Star Directories as the authority in online student recruitment. The All Star network of sites focuses on a wide range of fields and includes such properties as All Art Schools, All Business Schools, All Nursing Schools, All Psychology Schools and SpaBeautyEd.com. Please visit http://www.AllStarDirectories.com or call 1-888-404-8043 for more information.

Press Contact:

Dana Pake

Corporate Communications Manager

(888) 404-8043 x509

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