Adobe Launches Bundles for Online Learning
Adobe this week launched a new slate of bundles and resources for educators looking to use Acrobat Connect Pro in their online teaching efforts. Adobe just introduced the new version of Acrobat Connect Pro about two weeks ago.
Acrobat Connect Pro is a virtual meeting and eLearning tool, the latest version of which includes enhanced integration with Blackboard, as well as several improvements in the areas of content authoring and management, curriculum management and tracking, and live virtual classrooms.
Monday Adobe announced that it was launching several new Quick Start Bundles for Acrobat Connect Pro that provide options for implementation that include hosted and on premise licenses. The company also announced new resources for Acrobat Connect Pro, including free curriculum resources demonstrating the creation of reusable course content and hosting and teaching in virtual classrooms.
Bundle pricing starts at $1,399. Further information can be found on the Acrobat Connect Pro information page here.
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