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SLA

Abbreviation for:
service level agreement, see there 
slide latex agglutination
somatomedin-like activity
surfactant-like activity
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Rand Worldwide's courseware division, ASCENT, Center for Technical Knowledge, has provided digital site licenses helping organizations with volume training needs effectively control inventory management of their chosen courseware.
More than 150 of the site licenses sold in January were to communities owned and managed by Riverstone Residential Group and Buckingham Companies.
Is a site license available, and are users taking advantage of the benefits?
The site license agreement authorizes instructors to reproduce the material from the site in electronic or print course packs or otherwise distribute for classroom use without contacting ASAE for approval.
Price: Academic Version, $300 per copy; Lab Pack, five stations, $695; Site License for 10-29 stations, $100 per station; Site License, 30 or more stations, $85 per station or call for quote; Site License Upgrade, $55 per station.
Access to full-text articles from the Nature Archive 1987-1996 is available to users via a Nature Archive site license, which can be added to an existing Nature site license.
The site license price for the 1000BASE-X PCS/PMA core is $5000, while the XAUI core is provided free of charge.
CHOICE, the academic review journal, has announced the launch of the new Site License Edition of its Web review service, ChoiceReviews.online.
Annual site license for each, $1045.00; for any two, $1565.00; for all three, $1765.00.
The foundation will pay for for all speaker expenses, site license and materials.
Generally, a university can obtain a site license from WebCT for $3,000 for an unlimited number of users.
Pixel Innovations' annual maintenance and support charge starts at GBP2,000 per annum for a 500-user site license, rising to GBP7,000 for support covering an unlimited user site license.

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