Beaverton, OR – January 26, 2005 – Vernier Software & Technology is honored to announce that its Logger Pro 3 data-collection software was selected as a Legacy Award winner in “Technology & Learning” magazine’s 2004 Awards of Excellence. Logger Pro 3 is the most recent update of the Logger Pro program.
“Among all the T&L awards we have won over the years, this is a special honor,” said David Vernier, co-founder of Vernier and former physics teacher. “Technology & Learning regularly selects the ‘best of the best’ in educational computing products, but only announces special categories like the Legacy Award every few years. We are gratified that Logger Pro has been recognized for meeting the challenge of keeping pace with swiftly changing technologies and maintaining its high quality consistently throughout the years.”
In its 2004 awards issue, T&L magazine describes Logger Pro 3 as “easy and powerful as ever” and cites current enhancements such as the capacity to import data from handhelds, create multi-page documents and incorporate multimedia elements.
To select the winners of the 2004 Award of Excellence, more than 30 educator-judges reviewed more than 140 products. Every entry was evaluated by at least three judges and was rated for quality, effectiveness, ease of use, creative use of technology and suitability to a school environment.
About Vernier Software & Technology
Vernier Software & Technology has been an innovator of data-collection technology for more than 20 years. Creating easy-to-use and affordable science interfaces, sensors, and software, their products can be found in education from middle school to college. Their latest endeavors provide quality tools for elementary schools. Vernier helps teachers enhance their science curriculum, increase learning, and build students’ critical thinking skills. For more information visit Vernier on the Web at www.vernier.com.