Jessica Moody
Library Media Educational Technology Specialist

Adobe in the Library

I see some great potential for using some of the simpler Adobe apps in the library. What ideas do you have for using these products to promote the library and what it offers?

  • Digital Editions

    Optimize your eBook reading experience across desktop and mobile, now with EPUB 3 support.

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

  • Adobe XD

    Design, prototype, and share user experiences.

  • Premiere Rush

    Create and share online videos anywhere.

  • Character Animator

    Turn 2D artwork into live, animated characters.

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Leonardo Jara

Posted on 11/23/19 8:11:54 AM Permalink

​You can use Adobe Acrobat to have a backup of books that are mistreated. You use a high resolution color photocopier and join the photos within the program. For certain books that need to be distributed in volumes and there is only one copy inside the library, it is best to use Adobe InDesign in conjunction with Adobe Acrobat Pro to create these tools and always signing those responsible. You can also facilitate photographic resources within the Adobe Spark network such as promoting books, layout, and suggestion list.

Alper Ciftci

Posted on 9/8/19 5:06:53 AM Permalink

Create your favourite book cover or book mark.​