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Easy Publications with Adobe Slate

Posted on Apr 26, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Apr 27, 2015

Adobe Slate makes your words and images move – in minutes. No design skills required. Create a beautiful visual story that delights readers on any device. Your students are creative. Help them make their words and images move. Slate combines text and images to create engaging and dynamic reports or essays and familiarizes your students with layout, design and interactivity on the iPad. Creating beautiful, visual stories has never been so fun and easy! Slate also gives teachers an innovative way to deliver information that engages students. It allows you to share professional looking classroom updates with faculty and parents. Impress readers with a delightful read on any device. Join Joe Dockery as he shares how you can use this exciting new mobile app from Adobe in your classroom.  Presenter Joe Dockery teaches a variety of multimedia courses in the High Tech Learning Center at Mount Si High School in the Snoqualmie Valley School District. He is also in charge of technology staf... Read More
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The future of digital learning

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Apr 26, 2015

As leaders in the education space, we have a responsibility to plan for the future while driving student outcomes today. Join Adobe and Chris Dede of the Harvard Graduate School of Education for a look at the future of digital learning. Discover how emerging trends will shape your institution, and what you can do now to prepare. About the presenter Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education Chris Dede is the Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.  His fields of scholarship include emerging technologies, policy, and leadership. His funded research includes five grants from NSF and the Gates Foundation to design and study immersive simulations, transformed social interactions, and online professional development.  In 2007, he was honored by Harvard University as an outstanding teacher and in 2011 he was named a Fellow of the American Educational Research Association. Chris has served as a member of the Nation... Read More
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Create a classroom activity app with Brackets and PhoneGap Build

Posted on Apr 22, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Apr 23, 2015

Create an app that lets students generate ideas for classroom activities (e.g., make a mural, write a poem) just by shaking a smartphone! In this more advanced class, Interaction Design professor Mark Shufflebottom will teach you how to use Adobe Brackets—an open source code editor for web designers and front-end developers—to build the app. Then, he’ll show you how to use PhoneGap Build—an open source app development framework—to access the accelerometer in the phone. About the presenter Mark Shufflebottom is professor of Interaction Design, working at Sheridan College of Advanced Learning, Ontario, Canada. He started his media career in 1996, after completing a graphic design course at the Arts Institute Bournemouth, he headed up to Scotland to work for a charity. While there one of his first commissions was to build a website for the charity, this led to a deep interest in web design which later developed using Flash and back-end programming.In August 1999, he r... Read More
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Create your first app with Brackets and PhoneGap Build

Posted on Apr 22, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Apr 23, 2015

Time to create your first mobile app! In this beginner-level class, Interaction Design professor Mark Shufflebottom will teach you how to build an app using HTML in Adobe Brackets—an open source code editor for web designers and front-end developers. Then, he’ll show you how to upload your app to PhoneGap Build—an open source app development framework—for deployment to mobile platforms. About the presenter Mark Shufflebottom is professor of Interaction Design, working at Sheridan College of Advanced Learning, Ontario, Canada. He started his media career in 1996, after completing a graphic design course at the Arts Institute Bournemouth, he headed up to Scotland to work for a charity. While there one of his first commissions was to build a website for the charity, this led to a deep interest in web design which later developed using Flash and back-end programming.In August 1999, he returned to Bournemouth to work for an international magazine publisher, working first of a... Read More
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Introduction to Creative Commons (self contained SLATE tutorial)

Posted on Apr 21, 2015 by Ian Upton Last Activity on Apr 23, 2015

This is a Slate tutorial based on a session I run within various courses here at the University. The session should last about 30 mins. First, students are asked to consider what 'copyright' means to them and when they can use other peoples creations in their work. Keep this high level and avoid falling into grey area discussion! Next, we show CC Kiwi - an excellent video introducing Creative Commons and how we can safely and legally use each others work. Next, we ask students to create a CC licence. I have found turning things around like this and asking students to define how others can use what you create is a powerful way of bringing insight into CC. Next we look at Incompetech. This is a really good CC resource (music and soundtracks - great for film). I show this as each 'downloadable' has the correct text accreditation alongside. Being legal is as simple as a copy and paste. In my opinion how CC sites should operate. Next we look at Flickr. I show the CC filter and the 'share' button. This is gre... Read More
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Adobe EdEx Group: Flash Exchange

Posted on Apr 21, 2015 by Joseph Labrecque Last Activity on Apr 21, 2015

Flash Exchange is a group for discussion and resource sharing around the Adobe Flash Platform with a focus on education and educators. All Flash-related content and interest is welcome: Flash Professional CC, Flash Player, AIR, HTML5 Canvas and WebGL, animation, creative tooling, Adobe Connect, Adobe Media Server, ActionScript, JavaScript, Flex, Starling, Feathers, Away3D, mobile development, apps, games, video streaming, et cetera...
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Captivate your students with interactivity and built-in feedback

Posted on Apr 15, 2015 by Matthew Miller Last Activity on Apr 23, 2015

A lesson plan for a series of six short lessons on Adobe Captivate followed by group and individual work practicing and putting into use what was covered. The workshop focuses on how you can use Captivate to include interactivity and built-in feedback loops to increase the usefulness of video lessons (particularly for flipped learning).   
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Video Editing with Photoshop Lesson Plan - Candie Witherspoon

Posted on Apr 13, 2015 by Candie Witherspoon Last Activity on Apr 13, 2015

I had never used video editing in Photoshop prior to this course.  I have used many other applications for that purpose in the past. Camtasia Studio is one that I have purchased and used for years because it also allows me to record teacher demonstrations on the computer as well as create videos and edit them.  I'm glad to know that I can do this in Photoshop too.  It will be a good opportunity for me to teach my Photography students a little video editing before they leave me this year.  I have prepared a lesson plan based on this course and the information and resources shared within it.  So do not be surprised if you see links to AdobeTV and Youtube videos that we viewed during this course. :)   Enjoy the lesson plan and feel free to copy it, tweak it, and share it with your fellow educators.   I have enjoyed this course.  I have been using Photoshop for 15 years or so, but there is ALWAYS something I can learn from courses like this, and video editing is a... Read More
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ECAWA Conference Resources - 2015

Posted on Apr 11, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Apr 19, 2015

This post features the slides and other resources shared by Tim Kitchen during his workshops and presentations at the Educational Computing Association of Western Australia (ECAWA) conference on April 16 & 17, 2015 at Scotch College in Perth. http://ecawa.wa.edu.au/conferences/state-conference-2015/ Scroll down to access Tim's slides and Slate resources (you will need to be logged in to access) Click here to see the latest Adobe PL offerings on the Adobe Education Exchange Check out CreateEDU TV on Vimeo.com Have you considered becoming an Adobe Campus Leader?    Find Tim Kitchen's blog at http://timkitchen.net/
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Simple Stop Motion in After Effects

Posted on Apr 9, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Apr 15, 2015

This short tutorial will run you through one method of converting numerous individual images into one movie file in After Effects. It should be noted that there is also a way of doing this in Photoshop but I prefer the After Effects method. This can be a great way of utilising the 'Burst' function on the iPhone camera. 
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"Sky is mine" A song composed by my students

Posted on Apr 6, 2015 by Thomas Joseph Last Activity on Apr 6, 2015

Dreams have no boundaries. Dreams can change this world. My students written, composed, sequenced, recorded and balanced this song called the Sky is mine. They are saying although they don’t have anything today someday they will have everything under their feet. Through this song  students  show us that dreams are fundamental when it comes to changing the world.
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Project Management - Resource

Posted on Mar 31, 2015 by Clint Balsar Last Activity on Apr 1, 2015

I am in love with the resource Trello! I have used it for several project focused activities, but found it indispensable during my time as a newspaper adviser. It utilizes your already set up Google accts. and works with a left to right workflow (although you can customize it to work any way you want).
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Video Production workflow (Creating, Editing and Exporting video using Adobe Premiere Pro) – High-School curriculum oriented

Posted on Mar 26, 2015 by Roberto Alejandro Nuñez Lévano Last Activity on Apr 1, 2015

The Learning objective is:  At the end of the Professional Development Session, educators will be able to identify the basic tools of Adobe Premiere for importing, editing and exporting video. Participants will identify basic elements of the Adobe Premiere Pro interface GUI (Graphic User Interface) The sequence of skills is divided in 3 moments a) Importing material b) Working with material c) Exporting material What will they be working on exactly?  Once they are grouped in pairs by level of comfort with technology and interest level. I will ask educators to create a high-school promotion video. This video must show, what our school offers, (arts, sports, music, science, plays), etc. They will find multimedia elements in a Project Folder. And they will be asked to explore and organize this content in Adobe Premiere. What assets are they importing?  In the project folder, they will find some high sc... Read More
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My Story: Story Telling using Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Elements, Presenter and captivate with Success

Posted on Mar 25, 2015 by Shanlee Liu Last Activity on Mar 30, 2015

A professional development plan for educators, staff and administrators was designed with a month long flipped on-lined training for participants to learn essential skills and functionality necessary on their own pace in order to advance to the 3 hours face to face workshop session. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to create a lesson plan template and post a link to their digital media product. This is a work in progress. Your suggestion will make it better. Thank you so much in advance.
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IGNITE Talks - What does creativity in education look like to you?

Posted on Mar 25, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Mar 27, 2015

Kickstart your work to put creativity at the center of what you do. Join leading educators in the creativity space as they present their visions for the future in brief, inspiring IGNITE-style talks. Featured speakers include: Amy Burvall Make du Jour - Fostering Creativity on a Daily Basis I've been a Hawai'i private school teacher for 20 years and am currently on a Theory of Knowledge learning journey with IB Diploma students at Le Jardin Academy. You can find me in various spots on the Web, as I continue the History for Music Lovers project on YouTube, blog about the MOOCS I'm participating in, develop the L3 and VoxBoxED21 projects, or tweet about education and design. I LOVE Remix Culture, Copyright Reform, Media Theory, Typography, Art History, Graphic Design, Cheeky/Whimsical Art and Open Web/Open Culture. I ADMIRE Marshall McLuhan, Henry Jenkins, Michael Wesch, Austin Kleon, Mitch Resnick , Stephen Fry, David Byrne, Jim Groom, Alan Levine, Howard Rheingold, Alejandro Piscitelli, Rick Falkvinge and... Read More
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