Technical calculation software specialist Mathsoft is fleshing out its range with the addition of the Studyworks series priced at u39.99.
The launch of Studyworks for Maths and Studyworks for Science are backed by a promotional campaign that runs until December with advertising in Computer Life, CD-ROM Today, PC Answers, PC Guide and PC Home. The two titles join the publisher's Pass Your GCSE Maths, available since February.
In-built web links offer access to forums where students and teachers are invited to collaboratively solve maths and science conundrums.
Studyworks for Maths and Studyworks for Science are available through Gem and have been taken up by PC World, Game, and Electronics Boutique.
Mathsoft VP of international sales, Paul Sloane, said: "I am certain that Gem's understanding of the market and excellent relationship with dealers will ensure that Studyworks will easily replicate the success they have had in making Pass Your GCSE Maths one of the best selling CD-ROM based revision aids."
All titles in the series will run on a 486 machine.
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