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Freebee Friday: When in Rome

Feature_21st_century Ever been stymied by not having the right software to create a complicated classroom project? You’re not alone, many have been hampered by the software needed for teachers and students to create truly interactive projects. Adobe is close to providing a toolbox of apps that will help satisfy this need with its Project Rome. The suite of programs can create media-heavy presentations and reports with a common interface so that you don’t have to relearn each program separately. At the moment, it would be hard to, say, create a map that shows key Civil War battles that then linked to Mathew Brady photos from these areas along with images of soldier diary entries and audio. Rome can do this and much more. It works with both PCs and Macs, and its download is a freebee for a limited time.

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