MT Business Technologies Honors Ohio Educators With Classroom Technology Contest

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MT Business Technologies is honoring Ohio schools and educators by giving away a second “Interactive Classroom Technology” package. MT Business Technologies (MTBT), provides document and technology solutions to schools across Ohio and is running the Facebook contest http://on.fb.me/xQsamz to promote classroom learning.

MT Business Technologies is honoring Ohio schools and educators by giving away a second “Interactive Classroom Technology” package. MT Business Technologies (MTBT), provides document and technology solutions to schools across Ohio and is running the Facebook contest to promote classroom learning. The Mimio Interactive Classroom package includes an interactive whiteboard, wireless pad, document camera, student response system and an Optoma projector.

Teachers, parents, school administrators—anyone over 18 in MTBT’s service area in Ohio may vote for their school online at MT’s Facebook page http://on.fb.me/wmdzia before February 29, 2012.

Educators and school administrators may also enter to win technology for their schools on at the 14th Annual Ohio Educational Technology Conference (eTech Ohio), February 13 – 15.

“Our classroom technology opportunity has been very popular among Ohio educators and technology experts within schools. Interactive technology in the classroom helps students learn,” explained Carl Fernyak, CEO, MT Business Technologies.

MT Business Technologies specializes in helping organizations optimize their office productivity and efficiency through improved document workflow and technology. Solutions include managed print services, office equipment for printing and copying; and document storage and retrieval system. MTBT’s dedicated technology group provides IT solutions such as remote network monitoring, security, backup and recovery solutions as well as classroom technology for education. For more information visit http://www.mtbt.com

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