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Are You Ready? Adobe Plans to Eliminate Flash This Year

After over 20 years of using Flash Player, Adobe plans to put it to rest in collaboration with technology partners such as Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Firefox – all of whom have plans to begin decommissioning the Flash Player sometime this year. Mozilla FireFox is one of the last browsers to actively support the plug-in and will be completely dropping Flash with the launch of Firefox 69 later this year.

SRM Spotlight | 4 Things to Know About Our LXD Team

Our Learning Experience Design (LXD) team members are experts at transforming complex educational content into meaningful learning experiences, from elementary school interactives to professional development courses. Whether it’s moving your courses online or creating blended programs, we help your students learn material in the most impactful way possible. Like instructional design, our LX designers work to move courses online successfully - but we focus on research into the unique needs, culture, and environment of learners on each project, and customize the experience specifically for YOUR learners. REM is our LXD motto—make each project relevant, engaging, and memorable!

The Skinny on #EdChat

The team at USC Rossier School of Education, who run the Twitter handle @USCTeacher, recently pulled together a resource guide for one of the most popular hashtags in education, #EdChat. The Essential #EdChat Resource Guide is a quick and simple guide that provides the ins and outs of how to use #EdChat and what it can do for teachers, students, and education. Are you new to Twitter? This guide shows you how to access past #EdChat discussions.

From the Copy Desk (February Edition)

According to the wonderful Purdue Online Writing Labs, “Parallel structure means using the same pattern of words to show that two or more ideas have the same level of importance. This can happen at the word, phrase, or clause level.” If this is a new concept to you, it’s worth reading the page on parallel structure, which is short and full of good examples.

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