CWIS beta version 3.9.1 has been released, and is now available for download. While primarily a bug fix and maintenance release as we get ready for 4.0.0, there are a few enhancements worth noting.
This interactive resource, developed by Energy Star and the Environmental Protection Agency, allows younger students to explore energy consumption and conservation in a familiar location: their homes. Students explore the resource by clicking on a room in the home, and are then presented with tips on conserving energy. In the kitchen, for instance, students can learn about cordless phones with switch-mode power and energy-efficient refrigerators, which help reduce energy costs for families.
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