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Rose Duggan
English/ Media Teacher

Premiere Pro

How do you learn about Premiere Pro? Do you use the AEE, youtube, helpex, online tutorials, Lynda.com? I would love some tips to share with teachers. Thanks :-)

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  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

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Bethany Dutton

Posted on 11/1/16 11:16:52 PM   Permalink


Best Answer

​I love this book for skills 'Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication, Web Edition: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation' also really great online version of this book available with it

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Rosie Sue

Posted on 4/6/18 4:05:58 AM Permalink

I have tutorials on YouTube for beginners (I've posted them here on EdEx too).​

James Rafferty

Posted on 10/29/17 3:57:35 AM Permalink

Adobe has many tutorials themselves, and yes all of those options listed a​re great choices, otherwise sites like Lynda (of course you need a membership) are invaluable.

Derek Dorsett

Posted on 7/29/17 8:09:12 PM Permalink

You spelled Adobe Premiere wrong in your title.

Rose Duggan

Posted on 8/1/17 3:15:16 AM Permalink

Oops. Thanks for letting me know.

Bethany Dutton

Posted on 11/1/16 11:16:52 PM Permalink


Best Answer

​I love this book for skills 'Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication, Web Edition: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation' also really great online version of this book available with it

Courtney Crabtree

Posted on 9/27/16 9:21:01 AM Permalink

Scott Gillard

Posted on 10/7/16 12:58:30 PM Permalink

Thanks Courtney for providing that link. It will be very useful.

Eliot Attridge

Posted on 7/25/16 5:52:50 AM Permalink

I would like to give a thumbs up to Gary's comment.
Lynda now do something that is available for schools, too- called Lyndacampus. It is brilliant and available for staff and students. Viewers can find the courses that they want and also be allocated courses (or even specific videos). We are using it as an alternative to paying for training courses, which don't happen to most staff and often are not as up to date as they should be.
Definitely worth looking at.

Gary Gillam

Posted on 7/13/16 7:55:54 PM Permalink

Our university has reciently made Lynda.com available to all students. I have personally subscribed to Lynda.com for nearly 10 years. One needs something faster than a textbook to keep up with Adobe. As an ex-beta tester for Adobe, believe me, if you don't stay on top......you will be lost inside of a year. The instructors featured by Lynda are always updating and letting every one know what is coming up. There is an educational subscription which is $29 month. Believe me, I don't care if you are teaching it, or making your living using Adobe you owe it to yourself to give it a try. I do both. Started teaching 8 years ago and a professional videographer for over 30 years. It has kept me on the cutting edge. I'm in here looking for how educators are teaching it.

Rose Duggan

Posted on 8/1/16 12:18:35 AM Permalink

Thanks for the tip. I have a lynda.com account and love it. Great to know it's the best!

Rose Duggan

Posted on 8/1/16 12:18:38 AM Permalink

Thanks for the tip. I have a lynda.com account and love it. Great to know it's the best!

Ms. Angela Cusaac

Posted on 7/12/16 2:39:00 PM Permalink

All of the above including collaborating with professionals and using the curriculum that is provided for video design.