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Get Creative at the Adobe Spark Workshop


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    As of August 2017, the University of Miami became Florida’s first Adobe Creative Campus. UM now provides full, free access to Adobe Creative Cloud for all UM faculty, students, and staff. To kick off this exciting new partnership with Adobe, University of Miami Libraries will host two workshop sessions on Thursday, December 7,  featuring Patrick Koster, Adobe senior customer success manager, and Ben Forta, Adobe senior director for education initiatives.

    Koster will start the sessions by introducing the desktop and mobile applications, web services, and learning resources that are included within Adobe Creative Cloud. Next, Forta will guide a hands-on session in which faculty and staff will have the opportunity to transform their ideas into visually stunning stories using Adobe Spark—the easiest and quickest way to get started in creating impactful graphics, web pages, and video stories. To conclude the workshop, all attendees will be invited to participate in an open discussion about how these projects could enhance teaching and learning.

    No RSVP or advanced sign-in is required to show up for one of these two sessions:

    Morning Session

    Richter Library Literacy Lab –RM 344

    9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

    Afternoon Session

    Richter Library Literacy Lab – RM 344

    1  to 4 p.m.

    Important Note: You will need to bring your laptop or iOS device (preferably an iPad) to participate in the Adobe Spark portion of the workshop.

    Please contact academictechnologies@miami.edu with any questions about the workshop.

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