Last month’s eSeminar on using Acrobat for ePortfolio was a great event. We had over 800 people attend. i demonstrated how to use the ePortfolio capabilities in Acrobat 9 to enable students and faculty to easily organize and collect, and present information from a variety of sources into a media-rich PDF Portfolio. I also demonstrated how you can easily collaborate and share documents and portfolios in real time or asynchronously. Acrobat 9 makes it possible to reflect, collect and manage feedback in multiple ways.
In case you missed the seminar you can view it on demand on Adobe’s OnDemand Seminar site. Here is the link. You will need a free Adobe ID to access it. By the way, your Adobe ID is also used to access the free Acrobat.com web service. This is a great resource for students and educators.
Kick off the new year with a resolution to get more productive and save time, money, and resources. Join me Thursday January 21st for an in-depth overview at how Acrobat 9 can make a difference to your institution’s cost-saving initiatives. Some of the topics I’ll cover are how to efficiently transform paper into searchable PDF, convert source files into lean interactive PDF documents, convert existing forms to PDF forms for distribution and data collection, collaborating with effective workflows, and more. Here’s the information…
With Adobe® Acrobat® 9 Pro solutions, institutions can get more out of their budgets while reducing the vast amount of paper that is used for a wide variety of administrative functions. Acrobat and its paperless PDF workflows make it easy to create forms and manage content in offices, across campus, and beyond.
Please join Steve Adler for this free eSeminar: Administration and Productivity with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro
See how Acrobat lets you create, design, and distribute interactive electronic documents or forms, and learn about the streamlined collection of data that they make possible.
Thursday, January 21
10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST)