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Education Announcements

There have been two key Education announcements recently; the University of Salford and Adobe Education Exchange.

  • With the University of Salford we have worked with them on announcing our partnership, which is very exciting. The University’s new faculty at MediaCityUK (the new home for BBC and ITV and Uni of Salford) will see Production Premium 5.5 throughout the Uni’s studio, we’ll be working with them on R&D in video and audio, and we’re offering students work placements with our video team. Our blog can be found here, contact me for the full press release.
  • Today, we’ve launched the UK Adobe Education Exchange. It’s an online community for teachers and lecturers where they can share resources, curriculum plans, and advice. At a time when the training budget for teachers/lecturers is being squeezed, this community-based Exchange aims to provide a a forum to educators to be inspired and develop skills. Our release focused on secondary education can be found here. Respective blogs will be going up today on our School and Higher Ed blog later today. Check out Liz Wilkins’ short video intro here, and views from Adobe Education Leader, Saiqa Liaqat, here.

Adobe Education Exchange – September Resources

 The Adobe Education Exchange is rich with new content our members have contributed over the last two months. This month, learn how to create an Android™ application with Flash Professional CS5.5, get up to speed on HTML5, and much more.

Featured Resources

Digital Photographic Novels

Use this lesson and have your students produce their own photographic novel while teaching them about the importance of plot and story development.
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Equivalent Fractions

Use this visual presentation, created with Flash Professional, to help your students visualize equivalent fractions.
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Mobile App #1: Setting up an Android file in Flash Professional CS5.5

Jump into mobile application design and development with the first episode in a 5-part series teaching how to use Flash CS5.5 for Android development.
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Featured Members

Colin Maxwell

Need fun and engaging projects to teach your students Flash Professional? Then check out Colin’s simple Flash-based game tutorials.
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Sheri German

With web development changing at warp speed, use Sheri’s HTML5 CSS Starter Page series to help you teach the latest web design technologies to your students.
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What’s New?

New curriculum for Adobe Premiere Pro

The new Adobe Premiere Pro Official Training Curriculum offers students entering the industry or seasoned professionals the necessary skillset to use Adobe Premiere Pro for their editing needs. The 101 course is designed for entry-level training, while the 250 course is geared toward video editors making the switch from another non-linear video editing software, such as Apple Final Cut Pro.
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