Inspiration Software unveiled new versions of its Inspiration and Kidspiration visual learning programs. Both include new compatibility with emerging technologies, giving teachers more choices in how they use graphic organizers to develop and organize thinking, the company said. Enhancements for Windows and Mac OS X include the ability to draw and write directly on interactive whiteboards and Tablet PCs, as well as synching to Inspiration for the Palm OS. Upgrades are free to users of Kidspiration 2 and Inspiration 7 or above.

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