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After Effects @ Adobe Apps for Education: Live

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Jul 17, 2014

This resource brings to you the recordings and links from the two Adobe Applications for Educators: Live - Edge Tools Sessions. Beginning After Effects Session RecordingAdvanced After Effects Session Recording Resources can be found via the link below.All links for the session can be found in the resource section below and at our Pinterest Board.
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Open Knowledge

Posted on Jul 14, 2014 by deston tanner Last Activity on Jul 16, 2014

One of the unique features of this course is that we're building the modules around existingOpen Educational Resources. Instead of creating our own lectures videos, we're curating the best from the open web, and we'd like to invite you to help us by contributing your discoveries to our growing list. We ask that anything you add be tagged with the appropriate module/week number (see below) as well as any relevant descriptive terms.
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Responsive Edge Animate Hero Banner

Posted on Jul 11, 2014 by Sheri German Last Activity on Jul 11, 2014

This is a project that guides students through creating a hero banner in Edge Animate. The banner project includes sound, an interactive button, animated text and three banner images that fade in and out at the pace of five seconds each.  The students are guided through a group exercise that will give them the confidence to complete an extension exercise on their own. The guided banner uses as its theme the Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary in southern New Jersey. The banner cycles through images of birds with a bird sound background. The final image displays the name of the bird sanctuary and offers a navigation button to take the user to the tours page of the site. The students are asked to select a theme, create quality banner graphics and put together their own interactive banner for a mission of their choosing. The project can be used for any subject and should interest the students in finding out more about their themes. The project includes the exercise files for the guided exercise, an e... Read More
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The 12 Principles of Animation

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 by Peter Guthrie Last Activity on Jul 26, 2014

This unit will introduce students to the principles of animation, as well as the fundamentals of Adobe Flash. After creating simple frame-by-frame, motion tween, and shape tween animations to acclimate themselves to Flash, students will use rotoscoping to create short vignettes based on the principles.
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Project: Seeking Participants for Study

Posted on Jul 6, 2014 by Sheila Pope Last Activity on Jul 22, 2014

Using Adobe Voice, I created this project to complete my dissertation. The project describes the qualifications for potential participants for my qualitative study. Then, I uploaded it to YouTube to make the advertisement easier to send to potential participants.  
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Premiere Pro @ Adobe Apps for Education: Live

Posted on Jul 2, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Jul 3, 2014

This resource brings to you the recordings and links from the two Adobe Applications for Educators: Live - Edge Tools Sessions. Beginning Premiere Pro Session RecordingAdvanced Premiere Pro Session Recording Resources can be found via the link below.All links for the session can be found in the resource section below and at our Pinterest Board
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Beginning Premiere for Educators

Posted on Jul 1, 2014 by Deila Caballero Last Activity on Jul 17, 2014

These are some resources to get started using Premiere as an educator. They having been created for a 30 minutes presentation made on July 1, 2014. The presentation files give some basics on how to work with Premiere. The resources or for self training and to help new users become familiar with the program. There will be a recording of this presentation/or something similar, uploaded at a later date.  Cheers!
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Creative Media Making and Common Core Toolkit

Posted on Jun 30, 2014 by Adobe Youth Voices Last Activity on Jun 30, 2014

The Adobe Youth Voices media making curriculum connects and resonates with the U.S.- based Common Core State Standards. A unique collaboration of educators and administrators developed the standards to reflect the various literacies necessary for college and career readiness. The Common Core also represents a vision of the skills and understandings to be expected of an educated, engaged citizen in the twenty-first century. This toolkit includes recommendations of best practices for effectively integrating Adobe Youth Voices curriculum and the Common Core Standards. These practices are organized into the following three important dimensions: InquiryCollaborationAuthentic Assessment In addition, the toolkit offers tools and resources that support and guide robust inquiry, effective collaboration, and authentic assessment. To find out more about Adobe Youth Voices, join our Adobe Youth Voices course.
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The Creative Arsenal

Posted on Jun 29, 2014 by Kevin McMahon Last Activity on Jul 7, 2014

To help the Art Heroes Faculty and Students, a group of instructors and myself have undertaken the impossible task of narrowing down the best creative resources online for design, photography, film, animation, etc.  While purposefully not comprehensive, the Creative Arsenal is my attempt at a easily navigatable index of high-quality video lectures, tutorials, periodicals, etc. that could benefit alomst any digital media instructor. So come for the Creative Arsenal . . . and stay to join Art Heroes and our mission to creative for causes! http://art-heroes.org/creative-arsenal Kevin (Ps If you have a website or resource to add, please let me know! kevin@art-heroes.org
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Flash Animation Project

Posted on Jun 27, 2014 by PETER WALLACE Last Activity on Jun 28, 2014

For this project you are to create a multimedia learning object using Flash. Your client will be a teacher who wishes to use the learning object in teaching. For this project you will need to determine your client’s needs and use this to plan and develop your learning object to your client’s satisfaction. You will also need to test your learning object thoroughly and write an evaluation using the CIPP model. Project Details 1)  Your client a)  Your client will be a teacher at this school. b)  You may wish to choose a client who teaches a subject that interests you, however, you need to discuss your choice of client with the ITS teacher before making that choice and your ITS teacher will initiate contact with the potential client. c)    2)  Your log & preliminary planning a)  As is previous projects you are required to keep a log. Your log helps to demonstrate your problem solving techniques, in particular your use of the DDE Cycle.... Read More
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Making the most of your Adobe Creative Cloud - Presentation slides

Posted on Jun 26, 2014 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Jul 9, 2014

This post features the slides and resources used in the 'Making the most of your Adobe Creative Cloud' workshops run by Dr Tim Kitchen at the Adobe office in Melbourne in July 2014.
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Adobe & Sydney Boys High Day - June 20, 2014

Posted on Jun 26, 2014 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Jun 26, 2014

This post features a video story about the Adobe & Sydney Boys High School Day that occurred on Friday 20th June, 2014. The aim of the day was to produce a range of music video clips based on an original song sung by the students. They used Adobe Audition and Adobe Premier Pro as their main software tools and produced some very entertaining projects.
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Moment of Truth: Video Narrative Curriculum

Posted on Jun 24, 2014 by Adobe Youth Voices Last Activity on Jun 29, 2014

In this 8-session Adobe Youth Voices video production curriculum, youth use Adobe Premiere Elements to create a narrative film. Narrative is a special kind of filmmaking that allows for a lot of play and perspective-taking, as youth explore different points of view in telling their story. Young people will reflect on a real or imagined moment of conflict as inspiration for their work.  Educators will find facilitation tips and strategies in this and in other resources from the Adobe Youth Voices collection.  Learn to help students utilize media tools to translate their ideas into a compelling story that captures real feelings and emotions. To find out more about Adobe Youth Voices, join our Adobe Youth Voices course.
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Customizable Game Mechanics via Free WordPress Plugin

Posted on Jun 22, 2014 by Mike Skocko Last Activity on Jul 15, 2014

For the past four years, my students and I, aided by a growing number of adventurous educators from around the world, have created a tool—a WordPress plugin called Game On—that all of us use to gamify our curriculum. A collection of resources here on the Exchange have chronicled that journey. Over 3,000 comments (and countless emails) from nearly 150,000 pageviews have helped to shape and refine our plugin's features. I never wanted to become a developer. I'm a new media arts teacher who just wanted to use game mechanics to provide additional motivation and engagement for "flatliners"—those students who never really seemed to give it their all. Today, there are any number of tools teachers can use to gamify their classrooms. But four years ago? The cupboard was bare. So we invented our own system. Our plugin is free. WordPress is free. Hosting is not—unless your district provides it (as mine does). Expect to spend $20 (good) to $30 (great) per month for your own gamifie... Read More
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The Creative Process Flowchart

Posted on Jun 21, 2014 by Candie Witherspoon Last Activity on Jul 23, 2014

I created this in Microsoft Word and saved it as a .pdf using Adobe Acrobat Pro.  I then uploaded it to my Creative Cloud so that I can access it from any device. The purpose of this assess is to remind students of the steps or stages are are required in the completion of every project we do in my art classes.  I add it to the beginning of every new project introduction.  I post it on the bulletin board in my classroom so that I can direct a student's attention to it if I see that they are off task, or trying to skip any of the essential steps which they are always graded on.  All brainstorming and rough draft sketches are put into their sketchbooks, including any clips from printed materials such as magazines, internet, etc. that will be used as visual resources.  I also have them review the flowchart prior to turning in any assignment and ask them to go back through their work and make sure they have not left anything undone, or to check to see if there is any areas in the final... Read More
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