Time is running out to take advantage of free Corel software with the Teacher-Try-It Program

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You may remember that earlier this year, Corel introduced the Teacher-Try-It Program, allowing qualified teachers and faculty members in the U.S. and Canada to download free Corel software. Educators looking to enhance their students’ technology skills can do so, with some of the world’s leading graphics, digital media and productivity software. Imagine the possibilities in the classroom! This limited-time offer is coming to end on December 1

Powered by Kivuto, the program gives educators access to full licenses of:

  • CorelDRAW Graphics Suite
  • CorelDRAW Technical Suite
  • CorelCAD
  • Corel Painter
  • Corel PaintShop Pro

The Teacher-Try-It program is part of Corel’s ongoing commitment to give teachers and students access to software that they need to enhance the educational experience. Technology is critical outside the classroom, so it’s becoming an integral part of learning. Corel understands that this comes at a cost. So, we are making it possible for educational institutions to choose software with flexible and affordable licencing options.

Corel’s commitment to education goes even further. We were selected as the creative software provider for design, print, media and web by the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC). You can read more about it here. Many institutions see the need for Corel software in the classroom, and we are happy to provide it to them.

To learn more about other educational options that Corel offers, check out our website.

About Michaela Schreiter

Michaela is a Public Relations Specialist at Corel. She works with the CorelDRAW, Painter and WordPerfect teams on generating awareness and engagement for all products.
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One Response to Time is running out to take advantage of free Corel software with the Teacher-Try-It Program

  1. Look forward to find more about corel.Thanks, Leela

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