Posts tagged "Resources"

Adobe Applications for Education

We’re pleased to announce that we have published a unique resource – “Adobe Apps for Education” – that seeks to give our customers and partners an introduction to Adobe software applications, learn what they can create, and get inspired with ideas (and tutorials) for sample projects using these tools. Our Adobe Education Leaders asked us to create this and we have responded with what we hope will be an extremely useful resource.

This is a great resource to reference when you’re talking to customers about the benefits and uses of Adobe software in Education and when answering the question “How do I learn to use your software to create?”

The resource will be available exclusively on the Adobe Education Exchange and is published in three different formats (low resolution interactive PDF for the web, high resolution interactive PDF for the web, and print PDF).

Check it out here:

Here’s the low resolution version: Adobe_Apps_for_Education_lores

And, here’s an example of what you will find on the Education Exchange:

Creative Classroom Activities eSeminar Series – Image Editing Session

Posted on Oct 8, 2013 by Pip Cleaves

Session One of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on Image Editing. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below.

  1. Brett KentPhotoshop Basics – 05 What Does a Histogram Tell Us?
  2. Andrew Bleach…See more
 Session One of the Creative Classroom Series focussed on Image Editing. Our Presenters and the resources shared are listed below.

Update: UK Education Web Site

The UK Education web sites have all been updated with the latest Creativity Study, the latest resources and up-to-date links. Bookmark the following:

Adobe for Academics

There’s a great web site for educational resources, tutorials and ‘how to’ guides at:

Links to resources are available by:

By Activity

  • Images & Pictures
  • Presentations
  • Documents
  • Video & Audio
  • Figures & Illustrations
  • Productivity & Admin

By Discipline

  • Extracurricular
  • Science & Engineering
  • Math
  • Health & Medicine
  • Business
  • Law
  • Education
  • Social Sciences
  • Journalism
  • Liberal Arts

By Product

  • Photoshop Touch
  • Adobe Connect
  • Adobe Muse
  • Adobe Story
  • Adobe Captivate
  • Adobe Edge Animate
  • Media Encoder
  • Adobe Presenter
  • After Effects
  • Lightroom
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Audition
  • Photoshop
  • Acrobat
  • Adobe Ideas

Within the tutorials section you can learn:

  • How to make a web site using Illustrator and Muse
  • Design an eye-catching poster
  • Make a photo slideshow
  • Create a PDF portfolio
  • Make a form for collecting information
  • 5 simple ways to enhance a photo

…….. and many, many, more tutorials

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New: Channel Hub for Partners

Here is a great new resource for partners. It is the ‘one-stop-shop’ for Adobe partners that need to know:

  • What’s New
  • Events
  • Sales Tools
  • Campaigns and Assets
  • Videos
  • Brand Information
  • Adobe News

With Education now part of the Channel team, there is plenty of information for Education partners as well. Check out:

Adobe Education Exchange – Awards

Announcing: The winners and their innovative teaching materials

Congratulations to the winners of The 2012 Educators’ Choice Awards, and thanks to all the Adobe Education Exchange members who voted, as well as the distinguished judges who selected the finalists. Check out the winning work from this year’s contest, and gain inspiration for using Adobe software in your teaching.

The Adobe® Educators’ Choice Awards celebrate teaching and learning resources that unleash students’ creativity. View the best projects, lesson plans, curricula, and tutorials from the 2012 Awards:


Primary and Secondary Education

Grand Prize Winner

Tagature, or Literary Graffiti, Randy Scherer


Powerhouse Poster Project, DAAD/Adam Schlosser

Digital Voices, Jamie Leduc

Higher Education

Grand Prize Winner

TYPE FACES: Beginning Graphic Design/Typography Project, Michael Cole


Crossover Project. William Morris Publication, Mark Deyoung

History and Philosophy of American Mass Communications: History Jeopardy, Kara Andrew


Creative Suite 6

Grand Prize Winner

Photoshop for Kids: Vignette My Video, Nicole Dalesio


Digital Publishing to the iPad using InDesign CS6, Jeff Larson

Create a Tilt and Roll Game using the Accelerometer Template in Flash CS6, Kristine Kopelke


Check out all the winning work, including Honorable Mention and Activity Challenge winners – View now


Adobe Education Exchange – June Update

The Adobe Education Exchnage has innovative ways to use CS6 software and focus on creative and engaging graphic design projects.


Creating a Style Guide with the Fireworks CS6 CSS Extractor Panel

Use this project example with basic step-by-step instructions to learn how to use the CSS Extractor panel. Create a style guide that one person or a team could use to keep track of colors, fonts, and other properties that need to go into the site’s CSS.
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Graphic Design Scavenger Hunt

Check out this engaging activity where students find “graphic design things” in the world around them to help them see that graphic design is found in more places than they may think.
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Adobe Edge Preview 6: Welcome Screen and Lessons Panel

Watch this video to learn about the new enhanced welcome screen and new Lessons Panel in Adobe Edge Preview 6.
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Adobe Education Leaders

Mark Shufflebottom

Check out Mark’s wealth of tutorials and presentations and use them to teach your students how to use essential Photoshop and InDesign skills, as well as how to create and export HTML5 using Adobe Flash.
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Rhonda Rhodes

Use Rhonda’s creative lesson plans to help your students learn about how music and images can illicit emotion and interpretation while teaching design principles, Photoshop skills, and how to construct digital portfolios.
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Workshops and Training

Adobe CS6 Summer Virtual Workshop Series

Starting on June 5th (tomorrow!), join Adobe for a series of free CS6 summer workshops to prepare you for the new school year. You can attend any or all of the workshops and receive a professional development credit for each hour attended.
Register now >

Adobe & Your Voice

Point your students to a new Adobe TV show focused on helping students unleash their creativity and present their work in a way that helps them be seen, be heard, and stand out. Learn how to create a personal brand and package their work into portfolios for PDF, the web, print, and the iPad.
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Adobe & Your Voice: Be Seen, Be Heard, Stand Out

I’m excited to announce that yesterday afternoon we launched a new show on Adobe TV focused on helping students create their personal brand and go beyond the resume by using Adobe software to package their work in engaging portfolios for PDF, the web, print, and the iPad. 

 This topic of a personal brand is a theme we heard from students through our ELA pilot program research at UC Berkeley and Academy of Art.   

Check out the new show here:

A few highlights about these resources:

  • 14 episode series with 4 sections:
    • Create a personal brand (logo, business card, and poster)
    • Create a PDF Portfolio
    • Create a web portfolio
    • Create an InDesign portfolio for output to print, PDF, and the iPad
  • All episodes have sample assets to go with them so students can actually use the files to follow along with the tutorials and then create their own brand
  • We have a really cool working iPad version of the final student portfolio as an example.

Adobe Education Exchange: February Update

If you haven’t come across the Adobe Education Exchange yet, it is well worth taking a look. You will need to register, but it provides a wealth of resources and a unique insight into the use of Adobe technologies by Educators. Here are the latest topics talking about what’s new from Adobe:

This month, we’re featuring what’s new from Adobe. We have four new tutorials to help you learn how to use the brand new, still-in-preview product, Adobe Edge. We know you’re dying to find out what’s coming in Photoshop, so check out new sneak peek videos to find out. Submit a hidden gem tutorial to enter for a chance to be the Next Photoshop Evangelist and garner international acclaim. And, as we do every month, we highlight some of the innovative resources and educators that make the Adobe Education Exchange so special.


Music to Image

Use this inspiring lesson where students create an image, in Adobe Photoshop, based on a song or several songs. In the process they go through a variety of tutorials, work in groups, and learn to interpret their feelings and or memories into an image that is personal.
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Adobe Edge Preview 4 tutorials

If you haven’t heard about Adobe Edge yet, now is the time to check out this new web motion and interaction design tool. View four new tutorials on using the latest Adobe Edge Preview to use web fonts and symbolscreate playback actions, and embed a composition.
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Using Flash in the Science Classroom – “Animate to Educate”

Check out this project example that uses Adobe Flash as an integration tool in the science classroom. While learning Flash skills these students produced animations as part of a project that showcases their knowledge of a variety of science concepts.
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Featured Members

Nicole Dalesio

Working with elementary students? Look no further than Nicole’s wealth of engaging and creative lessons and tutorials that integrate technology across the K-6 curriculum while using technology for creative purposes.
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Eva LaMar

Check out Eva’s posts to help you make the most out of digital media projects. She offers fun ways to teach Adobe Photoshop, copyright citation best practices, as well as digital assets for projects.
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What’s New?

Photoshop Sneak Peeks

Check out a new series of videos with sneak peeks of what’s coming in Photoshop.
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Next Photoshop Evangelist Contest

We’re on the hunt for the Next Photoshop Evangelist! We’ve asked fans to submit a 2-minute video showcasing their favorite “Hidden Gem” in Photoshop CS5. The winner will receive a trip to Photoshop World, the opportunity to showcase their Hidden Gem live at the show, time with the product team, Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard & more. The deadline for entries is March 5.
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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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Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Now Available

Major Upgrade to Creative Suite Product Family Delivers Breakthroughs in HTML5 Authoring and Mobile App Development

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the immediate availability of the Adobe® Creative Suite® 5.5 product family. Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 delivers important advances in HTML5 and Flash authoring, enabling designers and developers to create compelling content and applications. Creative Suite 5.5 products also feature significant innovation in the areas of video production and editing. Finally, Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 delivers exciting new capabilities in the exploding area of digital publishing. With Creative Suite 5.5 content authors worldwide can deliver high-impact work to multiple platforms, operating systems, Web browsers, smartphones and tablets – including Android, BlackBerry Tablet OS, and Apple iOS devices.

“For Atlantic Records, having a presence that fans can experience across multiple devices is key to our digital strategy. We’re thrilled by the new capabilities we’re getting in Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 and the ability to bring our artists to the widest possible audience.”

Mobile App Development and New HTML5 Capabilities Anchor CS5.5 For Web Designers and Developers

Focused on the latest wave of mobile devices, this release of Creative Suite gives Web designers and developers a complete software solution that allows them to produce stunning HTML5 content in the browser and deliver high-impact mobile applications through sweeping advances in Flash tooling.

  • Creative Suite 5.5 Web Premium Suite is packed with innovations in HTML5 and Flash authoring tools, empowering customers to create, deliver and monetize rich content and applications for virtually any screen. Designers and developers can create rich browser-based content across screens using HTML5. Adobe Flash® Professional CS5.5, Flash Builder™ 4.5 Premium and the Flex® 4.5 framework allow users to quickly and easily develop, test and deploy high-performance mobile applications for Android, BlackBerry Tablet OS and Apple iOS.

Creative Suite 5.5 Kick-starts New Era in Digital Publishing

Over the last year Adobe and leading publishers, including Condé Nast and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, have worked to develop new digital publishing workflows based on Creative Suite and Adobe InDesign®. Creative Suite 5.5 will enable print publishers to create beautiful interactive publications on the latest tablet platforms.

  • Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium Suite builds upon Adobe’s product innovations in publishing already deployed by some of the world’s leading newspaper, magazine and business publishers to create print and stunning digital versions of their properties for the latest tablet devices. Using Adobe InDesign CS5.5, in combination with the integrated Folio Producer toolset, designers can add new levels of interactivity to their page layouts targeted at tablet devices. Adobe today also announced the immediate availability of the Professional Edition of Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite, a turnkey solution that includes hosted services and viewer technology that allow publishers to cost-efficiently publish content to Android tablets, BlackBerry PlayBook and Apple iPad (see separate release).

In addition to advances in mobile authoring and digital publishing, Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium Suite delivers video and audio professionals breakthrough performance, workflow improvements, creative innovations and powerful new audio editing capabilities that build upon the huge customer momentum Production Premium is experiencing with broadcasters, filmmakers and video professionals worldwide.

Introducing the Complete Creative Suite 5.5 Product Family

The new Creative Suite product lineup is headlined by Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Master Collection, which includes, in a single package, all of Adobe’s industry-defining creative tools, such as Photoshop®, Illustrator®, InDesign, Acrobat®, Flash Builder Premium, Flash Catalyst®, Flash Professional, Dreamweaver®, Adobe Premiere® Pro and After Effects®. These products are available separately or as components of one or more of the five Creative Suite editions. The complete Creative Suite 5 lineup includes Creative Suite 5.5 Master Collection, Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium, Creative Suite 5.5 Web Premium, Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium and Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard.


David Wadhwani, senior vice president and general manager, Creative and Interactive Solutions, Adobe

  • “Adobe is leading the charge for HTML5 authoring with new capabilities in Creative Suite 5.5 that will radically enhance the delivery of HTML content across multiple browsers – on the desktop, tablets and smartphones. For creators of mobile apps on iOS, Android or BlackBerry Tablet OS, our latest Flash tools deliver stunning high-performance apps, without having to start from scratch for every device.”

Jesse Redniss, vice president, Digital, NBC Universal/USA Network

  • “USA Network offers viewers more than passive television programming, we offer multiscreen experiences that engage viewers on TV, online, and on mobile devices. Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Web Premium helps us quickly and easily create fun gaming apps and second-screen app experiences for Android and iOS devices that give fans more opportunities to engage with USA Network and the characters and programs they love.”

Eric Snowden, vice president of Creative & Technology, Atlantic Records

  • “For Atlantic Records, having a presence that fans can experience across multiple devices is key to our digital strategy. We’re thrilled by the new capabilities we’re getting in Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 and the ability to bring our artists to the widest possible audience.”

Helpful Links

Videos on Adobe TV


Web Premium

Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 for Mobile Application Development

Design Premium and Standard

Production Premium