Adobe came to Monash today for a a great day of professional learning and active use engagements with a wide range of staff and students.
The day began with an Adobe Spark event involving a number of Education students. For most of them, it was their first time being exposed to the amazing Adobe Spark tools. It was so pleasing to see their smiles as they started creating and saw the possibilities of this software in action when they hit Victorian classrooms as future teachers.
The afternoon was spent with a number of Monash teachers from a range of faculties rotating through sets of the following workshops:
- Creating podcasts using Adobe Audition
- Design Thinking with Adobe XD
- Video for Everyone with Adobe Premiere Rush
- Storytelling using Adobe Spark
Special thank you to Adobe Solutions Consultant Anna Nakao for helping to organise this event and for Brian Chau and Matt Davis for their expertise in the workhops.
There were some very excited Swinburne Science students who yesterday discovered that they will be getting the Adobe Creative Cloud next year, just because they are at Swinburne. This was recently announced by Adobe and Swinburne making the university Australian first Adobe Creative Campus, a program involving over 20 universities in the USA.
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One of the many events I do at Swinburne each year is a lecture to Science students to give them some tips and tricks on how to make their presentations more creative.
I am looking forward to many more engagements at Swinburne in 2020 to help them make the most of their new access to the amazing Creative Cloud applications.
One of the first Creative Campuses was The University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). Have a look at this video to see what they are been doing …
Adobe and Swinburne recently announced that all Swinburne student are soon to have full access to the teh