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Beta release of digital content-creation and publishing tool

Especially for teachers, Project ROME for Education is meant to enhance the learning experience and teach students how to communicate and express ideas and information in engaging ways.
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Project ROME is a new all-in-one content creation and publishing application for use at home, work or school, intended for anyone who wants to add the power of video, audio, photos, graphics, text or animation into everyday projects. Adobe is offering Project ROME as a free preview – a public beta at http://rome.adobe.com.

Especially for teachers, Project ROME for Education is meant to enhance the learning experience and teach students how to communicate and express ideas and information in engaging ways. Teachers and students can use Project ROME for Education individually or in a collaborative environment, sharing files through integrated services like Google® Apps or Moodle®, a learning management system – inside or outside the classroom. Project ROME for Education supports safe, secure use of content.

To participate in a pilot of Project ROME for Education, visit http://rome.adobe.com/education.

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