Posted on Oct 21, 2013 by Rita Amladi
I want to make you aware of
learning resources for Creative Cloud applications that may be useful to you
and your students.
Adobe TV has a "How To" channel" that features premium learning content from Adobe experts and
our training partners. The best part is that it's freely available to
all! If you'd like to catch up with new features in your favorite apps,
get inspiration by watching interesting workflows, or learn more about a new
application you have access to--thanks to your Creative Cloud
subscription--then check out these shows. You'll find a vast trove of videos in
learning paths curated by a team of content experts at Adobe.
If you've visited before, you'll be pleased to know that the
Adobe TV Creative Cloud Learn shows received an additional 314 new videos from
our learning partners recently. Visit these shows to get started, and let me know if these resources are helpful to you and your students!
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Adobe Apps for Education provides an introduction to Adobe software applications, helps you learn what you can create, and inspires with ideas for sample projects using these tools.
The document categorizes the types of digital content that you can create with Adobe software applications and identifies which tools are best for creating different kinds of content. Each content category includes sample projects for beginner, intermediate, and expert Adobe users. Some projects include hyperlinks to tutorials on Adobe for Academics, Adobe TV, and the Adobe Education Exchange.
The document also includes an Adobe app glossary to help you easily identify the wide diversity of software applications Adobe offers.
This document is published in three different formats:
Low resolution interactive PDF file - this version is ideal for sharing digitally or sending over email and includes hyperlinks to tutorialsHigh resolution interactive PDF file - this version is ideal for sharing... Read More
Posted on Aug 17, 2013 by Brian Dawson
This simple iOS interactive widget shows how potential energy changes into kinetic energy when an object begins to move.
This original design was created for the web in FLASH CS6 by a 7th grade science student in 2009, and may be found here: https://eduadvisory.adobeconnect.com/_a13846108/p95983954/
Recreated in Adobe Edge Animate (html5), this widget uses motion paths, easing and code snippets for interactivity, and may be dropped directly into an iBooks Author project, as it is "ready to go". In this format, it may ONLY be used with Apple's iBooks Author application on a Mac.
The impact of this mode of learning goes deep, especially when the student presents his/her project to their classmates.
See more of these curricular interactive animations in my iBook, "Animate to Educate", in the iTunes Bookstore here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/adobe-edge-animate/id676187930?mt=11
Bloom's Taxonomy Cheat Sheet by Francie Kugelman
Posted on Jul 31, 2013 by David Egbert
If you're looking for a student only view of Behance portfolios please see http://studentshow.com instead of going to the normal site. Student Show displays only the online portfolios of students.
Posted on Jul 3, 2013 by Tom Green
In this series of four videos I walk the through the process of creating and Animate composition, creating and audio track for that composition, adding the HTML5 code that plays the audio and using the Buzz.js library to play the audio,
Posted on Jul 2, 2013 by Tom Green
There are 4 videos in this YouTube series. The first walks you through the assembly of the composition. The second shows you how the mp3 and ogg files are created in Adobe Audition.The third video shows how to write the HTML5 code that adds audio to Animate. The final one explains how to easily use the Buzz.js library - free- to add audio to an Animate composition.
Posted on Jun 26, 2013 by Tom Green
I posted this to my Facebook page last night and thought it might be of interest over here. It is a reaction to Adobe Education's research paper "Creativity and Education: Why it Matters". I am a bit leery of formalizing the subject of "Creativity" into an academic role and, instead, suggest that it can't be taught. It must,though be fostered.
Using beautiful graphics and animated simulations, this interactive textbook makes advanced mathematical ideas accessible to the general public. Discover fractals, symmetry, sequences, infinity, game theory, prime numbers, conic sections and so much more.
Posted on May 8, 2013 by Mark DuBois
I also provide links to a couple of websites which may give you a better understanding of Brackets.
Posted on Mar 23, 2013 by Tom Green
Let’s look a little deeper into what Adobe Reflow can do for our web design process. To begin with, we’ll prepare some visual assets in Adobe Fireworks, we’ll then export them across to Reflow. Having done that, we’ll examine some of Reflow’s key features as we build our design responsively.
Remember: Reflow is a work in progress. It will evolve and develop asyou guysfigure out what it should be doing. Use it and improve it!
I am trying to figure out what order is the best way to learn everything Adobe. I have started with Photoshop, Illustrator, and In Design. Where should I go next, and what is the best way to go about it if I don't have the ability to drive to a school and take classroom classes. Thank you in advance, as I want to learn every one of the Adobe products I subscribe to in depth. I am curious the recommended learning order.DanielCalderone514@gmail.com