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Case Studies

Find out how other academic institutions are using Corel software to enrich their curriculum. If you would like to share your own success story, please contact lisandra.jesus@corel.com.

  • Inspiring Designs at St. Edmund Campion Catholic School

    The St. Edmund Campion Catholic School places great importance on developing the creativity of its students in art, design and technology. They rely on CorelDRAW® in their creative subjects as it is easy to learn for beginners, sophisticated enough for advanced students, and outputs designs directly to a wide range of printer and cutter systems.

  • Students are game for Corel Academic Site Licence

    When the University of Abertay Dundee received a request to provide Corel graphics software for its Dare to be Digital games development competition, it asked Corel Corporation for help. Thanks to a Corel Academic Site Licence, the university ensured that participants had access to all the software they required. (.PDF)

  • Boosting creativity with cool IT

    As the head of IT at Reigate School in Surrey (UK), Steve Hollands wanted to leverage the students' interest in video and editing. He started by downloading the trial version of Corel VideoStudio Pro and instead of testing out all the functions right away, he handed it over to some students and asked them to report back with their impressions. Find out how they got on in this case study! (.PDF)

  • Digital Design for Teachers of the Future

    For over twenty years, the University of Barcelona has incorporated digital tools in the curriculum of educational courses. The Faculty of Teacher Education has been working with a wide range of design and visualisation software since 1994. A core element on the curriculum is CorelDRAW Graphics Suite. (.PDF)

  • Budding reporters go for gold

    You know how it is when you're enjoying a chocolate bar – it always seems to end too soon. That's exactly what a team of students at Langley Grammar School in Slough, England, thought when they were asked to think up a fictitious product and produce a TV ad for it. (.PDF)

  • Learning by Design

    With over 1500 students aged 11 to 18, Tadcaster Grammar School (TGS) in North Yorkshire is a hive of activity and raw talent – especially when it comes to Design & Technology, an increasingly popular subject area for students. However, for pupils to fulfil their potential in, for example, graphic design, they need the right tools. More specifically, they need software that is easy to use and enables them to produce their best work. Unfortunately, students at TGS didn't have that luxury – until the school made the decision to purchase CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite. (.PDF)