10:44 AM, November 7, 2018
Start Date: 20181114
Start Time: 2 p.m.

Auburn University Libraries Hosts Education Open Session on the Adobe Creative Cloud for Faculty and Instructors

Auburn University Libraries’ Media and Digital Resource Lab will host an open session for all faculty and instructors on the Adobe Creative Cloud. The Adobe solutions team will be on hand November 14, 2018 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Gibbs Lab on the second floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library to answer questions, demonstrate software, and offer ideas on integrating the Adobe Creative Cloud into instruction and research.

Steve Adler, Adobe Team Senior Solutions Consultant, will lead the session, offering faculty all manner of help and advice on using the Adobe Creative Cloud in the classroom.

With Adobe Creative Cloud, Auburn University students now have ready-access to a full array of powerful and versatile creative applications, such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. Not sure how you and your students can use these apps? Adler will share classroom integration of Adobe apps and creative lesson ideas. Been using these apps and hit a few snags? Bring your questions and enjoy active discussion. Come see how you and your students can unleash the creativity of these products to enhance classroom assignments, present research, and design and publish both print and online content.

For faculty unable to attend the open session, current Adobe resources such as Adobe’s official online video tutorials are available via Auburn University Libraries Media and Digital Resource Lab: Adobe Creative Campus Resources. (http://www.lib.auburn.edu/mdrl/adobecc.php) For faculty, the Adobe Education Exchange (https://edex.adobe.com/en) offers free online learning for educators.

For more information, contact:

Chelsy Hooper

Information Technology Specialist

Media & Digital Resource Lab

(334) 844-7398

Cph0023@auburn.edu

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