Archive for October, 2008

Teacher’s Pet – A List of Affordable and Free Adobe Tools Training

A “Teacher’s Pet” has always been defined as a pupil who is perceived to be favored by the teacher. My take on this old school concept is there’s a new teacher’s pet definision out there these days and it has nothing to do with an educator’s students at all. For my Adobe Education Technologies Blog post for today read on and learn all about the new Teacher’s Pet – Affordable and free Adobe tools training!

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Adobe Certification for students and teachers.

Adobe offers two levels of certification: Adobe Certified
Associate for validating entry-level skills (new) and Adobe Certified
Expert/Professional for validating expert-level skills.
Adobe Certified Associate validates entry-level skills while Adobe
Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Professional validate expert level
skills.
Educators and students are eligible for 50% off the regular fee for the Adobe ACE exam:
www.adobe.com/education/instruction/ace/

Who uses AIR and how?

If you have heard of the Adobe Integrated Runtime (aka AIR), but wondered what it might be good for, then you are probably not alone. Instead of going on about it, I thought an eLearning example might help. In fact, an award-winning example might help even more, so I am going to send you from the Adobe Education Technologies blog over to my good freind RJ Jacquez’ blog. A Captivate presentation on the AIR application itself is also available. It takes a moment to load, but it is worth the wait.

Keep in mind that here at Adobe we have a number of really useful blogs out there, ours the best, though, so keep on coming back.

Adobe Acrobat 9 for Education eSeminar Series

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The Adobe Education SE Team hosted a series of education-focused sessions covering various Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro and Pro Extended features and workflows. If you missed the live sessions or want to see them again, take a look at the recordings listed below: