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cd-rom licenses in electronic classroom

We just got a new electronic classroom with 12 workstations and 
and want to use hands on exercises to teach how to use our databases.
We are a small university and our network licenses are usually around
4-8 concurrent users.  So we cannot actually use all our workstations
if we want to comply with licensing agreements. Same if we want to use
cd-rom which is not on network. We can only make a demonstration.

I'd be interested in feedback from anyone who has try to make 
agreements with the cd-rom producers to be able, during the teaching,
to increase this limit so our users can practiced.  


Eveline Landa
Bibliotheque des sciences
Universite du Quebec a Montreal
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Montreal, P.Q.
Canada, H3C 3P8

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