ChannelWeb reports that Microsoft has released the software development kit for its long-in-the-works Semblio technology for creating multimedia educational content. Other components of the system will be built into the next version of the Microsoft Office application suite. Semblio, known until now by the code name Grava, targets educational publishers, software developers and solution providers in the education market. The SDK, which is available for free at, is a collection of .Net-based application programming interfaces, the Windows Presentation Foundation graphical subsystem, tools, samples and documentation for ISVs, designers, developers and content providers, according to Microsoft. Microsoft's goal isn't...

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