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More than 500 ed-tech companies exhibited at this year's National Educational Computing Conference in Philadelphia. Here's a sampling of news from the exhibitors offering multimedia creation tools:
Adobe Systems announced a new software program designed to help educators combine lesson plans and tutorials with photo and video editing software. The offering includes Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0, Adobe Premiere Elements 1.0, and a Teacher Resource Center CD. The software is available for Windows computers and is offered to qualified educators for $99. Adobe also announced a marketing partnership with Olympus Imaging America Inc., intended to deliver digital
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