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This page lists the software that Media Productions (formerly The Leading Object) have created. To order, or for more information, call us toll-free at (888) 750-4156 or 575-646-2748 or via email at mmedia@nmsu.edu.

Desert Blooms: A Sunscape Guide to Plants for a Water-Scare Region

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Designed for home owners and gardeners as well as for landscape installation and maintenance professionals. Learn to plant and maintain an efficient water-wise landscape. Includes a database with more than 400 native Chihuahuan Desert and adaptive plants.

Crazy About Corn

Crazy About Corn

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With games, songs and numerous activities, the Crazy About Corn CD is a great way to teach children the importance of corn. They'll learn different aspects of history, Native-American culture, scientific techniques and memorization skills, all while enjoying themselves. Along with the CD, there are educational resource books to supplement classroom learning, a video which supplies additional activites and the "Hot Buttered Hits and Songbook" which allows children (and adults) to sing along to their favorite Corn songs.

Teleliteracy Assistance for Businesses and Communities

TABCs

Why T-ABCs for Rural Americans? Typical rural residents drive 50 miles over narrow, country roads just to reach an interstate on-ramp. So it makes sense for those in rural areas to turn onto the Internet-today's electronic highway-to take them where they need to go. It's fast, efficient, convenient. It's today's super highway into rural and minority communities, giving them access to new knowledge, enhanced lifestyles, better business practices, and greater prosperity. Many rural decision makers and citizens are asking, "How do we get there from here?" Teleliteracy Assistance for Businesses and Communities (T-ABCs) will help build this vitally needed electronic on-ramp for rural America.

Visit the web site www.nmtabcs.com

The Desert Classroom

The Desert Classroom

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This package includes a laser disc and a series of lessons developed by New Mexico teachers for use with exemplary science materials. The curriculum guide has five lesson units about weather, land and water, plants, animals, and humans. Each lesson corresponds to frames from the video disc to be used when teaching. Lesson plans are English with Spanish vocabulary.


To order, or for more information, call us toll-free at (888) 750-4156 or 575-646-2748 or via email at mmedia@nmsu.edu.