For years, educators have struggled to integrate the latest in digital art and collaboration tools into the classroom. Where advanced software applications from companies such as Adobe and Corel showed promise, they also proved complex, expensive, and difficult for educators to use.

How times have changed.

In recent months, both Adobe and Corel have released scaled-down versions of their most advanced multimedia art and design products, built specifically for use in schools. To help educators integrate these tools more effectively, the companies have unveiled a wealth of free educational resources, from interactive training videos to curriculum-based learning exercises, designed to work within...

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