Skill Builder: Supporting Humanities and English
“What use could the humanities be in a digital age? University students focusing on the humanities may end up, at least in their parents' nightmares, as dog-walkers for those majoring in computer science. But, for me, the humanities are not only relevant but also give us a toolbox to think seriously about ourselves and the world.” Nicholas Kristof
About this course
Adobe’s apps give educators and students the tools they need to be creative. Enroll in this collaborative course to build your own digital media making skills and learn how to teach students to use graphics, videos and images to produce highly creative digital outcomes.
What will I learn?
By participating in this course you will be able to:
Start to use Adobe apps
Create Humanities and English focussed learning content with Adobe apps
Build confidence in using Adobe apps and digital technologies
Prepare to undertake future Adobe Generation Pro courses
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at all educators working in primary, secondary or higher education. No prior experience with Adobe apps or digital media technologies is required.
How long is the course?
The course runs for two weeks, starting on Monday, December 4 , and should take about 10 hours to complete. All coursework must be submitted by Friday, January 12, 2018.
What is the course cost?
What software/technology will I need?
What will I receive when the course ends?
After successfully completing this course, you will receive a digital badge and certificate that states that you have completed 10 hours of professional development.
About Adobe Education Exchange Courses
The Adobe Education Exchange (AEE) is a free learning platform and community, designed by educators for educators, to ignite creativity in the classroom. AEE collaborative courses are designed to help educators and their students use Adobe tools to become creators, not just consumers, of digital media. You’ll learn new tools and techniques, explore best practices for teaching and learning, and unleash your, and your students’ creativity, to help drive positive outcomes. Collaborative courses include a mix of asynchronous content, live class sessions taught by expert educators, and community feedback and collaboration.