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Best ways to Introduce someone to Compositing in Photoshop

Posted on 11/12/19 by William Herring Latest activity: 11/12/19

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What are the best ways to introduce students new to Photoshop to the idea of compositing? In introducing photoshop I have used: Surrealism to discuss historic art movements related to the conceptUsed the concept of Photoshop Battles in the classroom for a warm up activityHad students draw on transparencies, then stack them together, and have them repeat the activity using Photoshop In all of these lessons I focus on specific parts of Photoshop (layers, selections, and masks) which are what they need to k... Read More

Student e-Portfolios

Posted on 10/16/19 by Ty Naylor Latest activity: 10/18/19

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Our University just completed a session with 30 of the largest employers of our recent graduates. We asked them what is one thing they want to see out one of our graduates that would help them get hired at their business. Unanimously it came down to a portfolio of work. They wanted to see what they could do with the education they received at our institution. Right now we do have Adobe CC for all Faculty, Staff, and Students for the next 5 years. We are beginning to design best practices for e-portfoli... Read More

Texture, Clarity, Sharpening

Posted on 10/1/19 by Amy Caterina Latest activity: 10/1/19

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Hello! What is your experience with the Texture slider in ACR and LR? What are your best practices for fine detail and edge sharpening?

First year teaching Adobe Illustrator

Posted on 9/29/19 by Cliff Collins Latest activity: 9/30/19

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Hello, I am not proficient with Illustrator but am familiar with it. I have four, one hour classes a day teaching beginning Graphic Illustration. I am looking for basic lessons to start off. I would appreciate any and all input. Thanks, Cliff

Notification

Posted on 9/24/19 by Karthick Cricketer Latest activity: 9/24/19

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Hi Adobe Team Please add notification feature for getting the update (comments and certification completion). Users will easily know when enter into Adobe Education Exchange. Thanks Karthick B

Design Thinking

Posted on 9/7/19 by Alper Ciftci Latest activity: 9/7/19

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Hi, In a design thinking session, my best practice was based on post-it notes, pen and butcher paper for ideating. Did anyone have a digital experience with Adobe for a design thinking sprint? Thanks, Alper

CNC Routers and Illustrator

Posted on 9/1/19 by Jonathan Dunbier Latest activity: 9/1/19

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Having had a bit of experience using Roland CNC Routers and Adobe Illustrator, I have found these two products to work well together. But I am always interested to learn about how others use this kind of stuff... What kind of projects do people find get the best out of these two being paired up? And, how do you ensure the students get to be hands on with the tech?

Vinyl Cutters and Illustrator

Posted on 9/1/19 by Jonathan Dunbier Latest activity: 11/25/19

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Having had lots of experience using Roland Vinyl Cutters and Adobe Illustrator, I have found these two products to work well together. But I am always interested to learn about how others use this kind of stuff... What kind of projects do people find get the best out of these two being paired up?

3D Volumes of rotation

Posted on 8/25/19 by Alper Ciftci Latest activity: 11/23/19

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Hi, Did anyone have any experience with 'Volumes of Rotation' (An advanced maths topic) with Adobe products? I'm interested in a platform which you can easily transfer a function into an Adobe application and then rotate it around either the x or y axis. And animate this for students to comprehend easily. Many thanks, Alper

Workshop ideas on Integrating Technology

Posted on 8/20/19 by Alfonso Mangubat Latest activity: 9/8/19

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Hello everyone! I've been leading workshops on integrating technology where I would usually present the SAMR and TPACK model in a traditional (nearly death by PowerPoint) way with a little hands on activities at the end. My question is, how can I also do this workshop in a creative way where participants learn SAMR and TPACK creatively? Many thanks in advance!

Activities for an online service-learning program

Posted on 7/25/19 by Jan Michael Garcia Latest activity: 9/7/19

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I am teaching a service-learning course and deal with experiential learning. Most of my work deals with facilitating interactions between the community and students. One aspect of this is preparing digital content. The material must be able to simulate the experience of going to a community and elicit reflections as well as feasible project proposals that focus on an intervention for specific community needs. Has anyone used any Adobe product to this effect? Previous suggestions to me included the use of... Read More

software for the training

Posted on 7/7/19 by Blay Bobby Miezah Latest activity: 7/13/19

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Please are they going to send the software for us to do the training, how is it going to be. Thank You.

Adobe Spark for Presentations?

Posted on 7/6/19 by Elizabeth Bouse Latest activity: 9/22/19

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Hello everyone! I am a pre-service secondary English teacher preparing for my first year in the classroom. I have been exploring the many tools that Adobe has to offer educators, and I am curious as to how Adobe Spark performs in the classroom. I have seen some instances of it being used for presentations instead of more common tools, such as PowerPoint or Prezi. I’m interested in hearing your opinions and experiences on using Adobe Spark in your own classrooms. Have your students enjoyed using Adobe... Read More

Character Animator puppet

Posted on 6/23/19 by Rick Stevens Latest activity: 6/25/19

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I have built a puppet from scratch using Photoshop. I then imported it into Character Animator. I previously have been able to adapt and modify puppets from Start templates. I followed the folder creation and naming conventions as best I could, but I am not sure exactly where everything should go. (I referred to the Blank Face and Chloe puppets as models.) However, I get hung up on behaviors. Specifically, my arms get disconnected from the shoulders when I drag the hands. Any guidance on how best to use fi... Read More

Character Animator rigging and behaviors

Posted on 6/23/19 by Rick Stevens Latest activity: 6/23/19

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I am working on creating my own original puppet in Character Animator. I am enrolled in the Adobe EdEx course. I have watched a number of video tutorials and read Help pages. I have been successful in adapting existing templates. However, here is my problem with the puppet built from scratch using Photoshop: I can't figure out how to pin the shoulder to the arm. When I drag the hand, the arm goes wildly flinging about. How do I fix it? Is there a best practice for what you put in the Head, Body and Backg... Read More

Convert Lotus Notes to Outlook data using NSF to PST Converter

Posted on 6/19/19 by Max Beckam Latest activity: 11/30/19

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Shoviv Software provides the best Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion tool which helps users easily convert NSF data to PST. Its user interface very simple and easy to use any non-technical person can use this tool very easily. It provides the error-free conversion and also capable to provides the fast conversion. Shoviv Lotus Notes to Outlook converter converts the multiple NSF mailboxes to PST very proficiently and also export data into EML, MSG, and HTML formats. It also gives the more option which helps... Read More

Animation

Posted on 5/17/19 by veronica galvan Latest activity: 5/17/19

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This is my first year teaching Animation and I wanted to see if anyone out there has any information on great resources I can use. I have been struggling to find curriculum. Any advice and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Adobe Spark - A Work in Progress?

Posted on 5/8/19 by Becky Barsi Latest activity: 10/23/19

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Being relatively new to the Adobe Education Exchange I have discovered that the Adobe Spark page seems limited in its abilities. Knowing that we need to share the content developed within these courses I wish there were more visually rich ways to present the work. Further, I wish there were alternatives to the layout and/or options for different pages rather than one running site. I am curious to know if anyone out there has any suggestions or alternative approaches to using this platform that might make... Read More

What is more important, knowledge or accreditation?

Posted on 5/4/19 by Osi Ejiofor Latest activity: 5/4/19

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As educators, especially at elementary or primary level, you can be expected to teach new subjects that you know little or nothing about. Most teachers do what they can to learn about the topic in order to teach what they know. There are opportunities to upskill and develop yourself further, so what is the best thing to do: Find the information that you need and know it, or get some sort of accreditation? In both cases, you know the information and it could be debated as to who knows more. The web makes... Read More

Yearbook creation with Adobe

Posted on 4/14/19 by Jason Reagin Latest activity: 4/15/19

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How are schools/teacher/students using various Adobe products to create the school yearbook? Which product are you using, in what way are you using it?