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Indiana University Offers Free Adobe Software

The Indiana Daily Student News ran this announcement,

IU announced Wednesday it will be offering students free Adobe software.

The software became available after the University entered into an agreement with Adobe.

Some software that is included in the agreement are InDesign, Photoshop, Flash, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Acrobat and Bridge.

Wouldn’t it be cool if Penn State could work out this kind of agreement? ITS, what do you think?

(Right now, a copy of Adobe’s Creative Suite 4 Design Premium goes for $570.06 at the Penn State Computer Store.)

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