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Posted on Nov 18, 2013 by Mike Skocko
Instructions for installing and utilizing Game On, a WordPress plugin that transforms an ordinary blog into a gamified curriculum delivery system for educators.
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Promote your next student or department event with a flashier flyer. Combine cool graphics and text in Adobe Illustrator, then export for professional printing.
Set your work apart and build your personal brand with a custom Adobe InDesign template for creating presentations.
Use Adobe Acrobat to create your own PDF form for any information you need to collect, from course registration to classroom projects.
Use Adobe InDesign to create a syllabus that features video, audio, photos, illustrations, and links to more resources.
Learn how to make an audio recording of your lecture in Adobe Audition and format it to post for online students or learners with special needs.
Get your peers talking at academic conferences. Use InDesign to create a poster that highlights your research and draws a crowd.
Use Acrobat to gather all the materials needed for your tenure review into one engaging, easy-to-navigate PDF.
See how to use a digital camera, Lightroom, and Photoshop to shoot and edit your own head shot.
Got a video you want to post online? Use Media Encoder to convert your video to the proper formats for the devices you want to share with.
Use Acrobat® to provide audio comments right in a PDF. It not only saves time, it also helps you communicate more clearly with students.
Make it easy for colleagues, peers, and students to read your research paper, dissertation, or thesis. Learn how to use InDesign to layout and export an EPUB that can be viewed on a variety of e-book readers.
Simplify complex information into an infographic that helps students grasp the main idea—by combining text, images, and data in InDesign.
Use FormsCentral to easily create a form for collecting academic survey data.
Learn how to use Illustrator and a free vector file of a world map to create a custom map showing geographic data by country.
With Adobe EchoSign, you can send, sign, track, and store document securely in three easy steps. Learn how to set up a new EchoSign account, prepare and send a document for signatures, and review the signed document.
Use Illustrator to make a bar graph that is visually interesting and unique, for extra impact in your presentation, report, or publication.
Learn how to use Illustrator to create precise illustrations for classroom instruction and academic papers.
Use Illustrator to take a two-dimensional image and map it to a globe or other three-dimensional shape.
Assess student work in the format students expect. Learn how to use digital commenting tools in Acrobat Pro to provide feedback to students.
Learn how to easily create a PDF of any file or web page and protect the integrity of your documents.
In this tutorial, learn how to use Photoshop Touch to quickly make edits and adjustments to photos.
In this tutorial, learn how to use Adobe Connect to host synchronous classes, deliver presentations, and utilize collaboration tools with students.