Google has released its multimedia content syllabus for 2016.
The goal is to “bring you more and more of the same content you already know and love,” according to the syllabus.
The goal is not to be “an authoritative source of information about anything,” according the syllabi.
Instead, the goal is “to provide you with all the information you need to understand, create, and publish creative content.”
The curriculum, as Google notes, “works on a whole different level of relevance, as the content is personalized to your interests and preferences.”
It’s unclear what sort of content Google will be testing.
However, the syllabels are a good indication of how the company is trying to create a unified experience for multimedia students.
They show the importance of different sources of information, the types of content they cover, and how the content itself relates to the content.
It seems that Google wants to create an educational experience that feels more like a classroom rather than a corporate learning environment.
Google’s multimedia content will likely be used by a small number of journalists and other professionals, as well as by content creators.
The company will also probably target content creators with high-quality content, but the content will be mostly designed for professionals.
The curriculum is being released on the same day as Google launches its new media portal, called the Google Newsroom.
The new platform will allow people to search through millions of articles, videos, and podcasts.
The search functionality is likely to be based on Google’s Knowledge Graph search service.
The new news portal, which Google says will be open to “anyone in the world with a smartphone, tablet, or computer,” will be based in Google News.
It will also be open for free to anyone who signs up for the Google Plus community.
The site is expected to launch in the second quarter of next year.