Public Canvas Course https://acu.instructure.com/courses/2015607 Guided Learning Theory This is a 16-week online course, and involves a great deal of social media research and interaction. Constructivism will be the Guided Learning Theory used in this course, as it will “create opportunities for the evolution of knowledge” (Schrader, 2015). Each week students will be engaging interactive assignments, as well as sharing their perspectives, interacting with their peers, as well as providing their own unique content for others to interact with. Students will make decisions based their own values, and use prior and current experiences to derive knowledge. The instructor will point students towards content that will move students from what they currently know about photography, towards a deeper understanding of how it can be used to create and solve problems in society. Knowing each student’s previous experiences with the subject matter will be different, the opportunity to learn from different perspective while engaging each other through synchronistic meeting discussions, as well as providing their own resources and reflections through social media will greatly enhance the learning environment as they seek to provide solutions of their own. Topic This course will focus on the use of photography as a tool to illuminate American society by encouraging students to engage, reflect on, and create photographs that represent the cultural diversity of America. Audience The intended audience for this course will be undergraduate students from various disciplines, interested in knowing more about how photography has and can influence perception and change in American society. As the course is completely online, it will require students to have some familiarity with LMS functionality, as well as navigating through linked online research and content. Purpose The purpose of this course is to develop skills necessary in engaging, understanding, and creating photographs which represent the social diversity of America, and how it is represented through photography. The course will provide opportunities for students to use photos they have taken, in order to help facilitate discussions about how photography has been used, how photographs effect you and others, and how photographs have been used to change or maintain the society around us. The course will require a 10 to 15 photo portfolio representing a specific community or problem within the student’s daily life that has been inspired by a photograph they have chosen which represents the cultural diversity of America. A ten-minute video will also be created by each student as a means of providing fellow students, faculty, and others with a synopsis of what the student learned and created, as well as how the student plans on using what they have learned beyond the course. Problem In a New York Times article from 2015, Stephen Hayman outlines for us the “cultural ripple effect” of having a projected amount of 1.3 trillion photographs taken each year by 2017 (Haymen, 2015). What is photography? How do we depict our surroundings, and each other in the photographs we take? Can one or a series of photographs change the way we view our American society? This course provides students with a way to explore their own, and other’s answers to these questions in the very format most of them are viewing and sharing photographs – online. Format The course will be delivered 100% Online. Technologies Required Students will want to be sure they have access to an active internet connection. Synchronistic meetings will require a computer, tablet, or smartphone to participate. Software: Adobe Creative Cloud (use the university’s enterprise account)Working email accountWindows Media Player or QuickTimeWeb browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome)Google Drive (Instructor will need for Assessment) Students will also need to use an existing, or create new accounts/profile in the following: WordPress BlogFacebookInstagramFlickrcom (use the university’s enterprise account) Students will need to own, or have consistent access to a device that is capable of taking digital photographs. It is recommended the device has an image sensor that is a minimum of 5 megapixels (MP) in size. Any of the following devices can be used, if it meets the minimum MP: Compact Digital CameraDSLR or Mirrorless Camera (may be checked out from the university’s Learning Studio for projects – up to three days at a time)SmartphoneSports Camera (example: GoPro)
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Photoshop Lightroom
- Experience Design (Beta)
- Adobe AIR
- Animate CC
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Connect
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Digital Publishing Solution
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Edge Animate
- Edge Inspect
- Edge Reflow
- Flash Builder
- Flash Player
- Adobe Fuse (Preview)
- Illustrator Draw
- Ink & Slide
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Preview CC
- Adobe Scout
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
This is a three part series I wrote on Adobe Spark. Part 1 - Adobe Spark VideoPart 2- Adobe Spark PagePart 3 - Adobe Spark Post The purpose of this series was to help teachers utilize Adobe Spark in their classroom for their students and themselves.
This is a tutorial on how to use software for video editing and editing. "The création d'entreprise is the development of a country while encouraging our governments to follow this direction."
A tutorial that will be used to learn the use of some image processing software so that they can be seen on a vidéoprojector.
a short clip the introduction to the digital video world
This Claymation Assessment is used for marking the practical component of the Stage 5 Multimedia Course at The Ponds High School. The Syllabus used is from NESA for students in NSW Australia.
I am a Web Development instructor at Buena High School in Sierra Vista, Arizona. I am really excited to be a part of this exchange.
Creating Bar Charts https://youtu.be/IDtMFFS39ng Creating Pie Charts https://youtu.be/BDDZiBKHe94 I originally created these tutorials for our students and professors. They create large format research posters for demonstrations and events. They were making posters in PowerPoint and saving them at low quality, giving them pixelated and hard to read prints. I made a tutorial for increasing resolution in PowerPoint as well, but that really only works in PPT 2016. Illustrator is a better option, since it uses vector art. I hope this can help others as well.
This is a short presentation to encourage and motivate studebts to get better
This three week introductory course aims to meet the needs of educators wishing to gain the skills required to create beautiful digital content with with Adobe mobile apps and Adobe Chromebook apps.
There are may ways to learn math and numbers, but videos and games are very effective. So I have found a site named as Unblocked Games that has a dedicated section of some Cool Math Games. You are going to love the collection. Along with math, there are many other educational games to play. The game 2048 is very popular among them that let children learn numbers. There are some other games, like Number 9, Math Lines, Bus Driver's Math, PLagiarism Game, Rading Game, and so on... Educational Games are really a fun way to learn, so let you children have fun and learn some good stuff while playing.
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen at the Adobe in Education Professional Learning session for Victorian Eduycators at the The University of Melbourne on Tuesday 9th May, 2017.Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events If you haven't already, please join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to stay in touch with Adobe in Education - https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via http://timkitchen.net/ and CreateEdu TV http://timkitchen.net/
This project includes a lesson introducing middle or high school students to storyboarding terms, features, benefits and process. The lesson applies a storyboard development process to a topic that is academically relevant to the individual student. The lesson includes modifications applicable to middle or high school digital design classes, is built to be completed in one week and coordinates with other classes in the student’s curriculum. Objectives: ·Learn storyboard key terms ·Learn camera shot fundamentals ·Create a first draft storyboard (on paper) ·Create a clean storyboard (electronically) ·Practice performance of basic tasks in Adobe Illustrator (for high school students)
Two posters, about 17x25"-ish promoting the study of sciences.
2.5 week lesson plan for a middle school language arts class on biographical composition with a heroism theme. This plan coordinates with the "Take a Risk" series of biographical posters.
Four posters highlighting four people from history who through contributions in their fields of passion, benefited our society. They are intended to coordinate with the "Biography, writing, storyboarding lesson plan.doc". Each poster is designed to be printed at 11x17" size sheets.
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop at the Schools of the Future Conference at the Sydney Opera House on 5th May 2017 Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events If you haven't already, please join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to stay in touch with Adobe in Education - https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via http://timkitchen.net/ and CreateEdu TV http://timkitchen.net/
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen at the Adobe in Education Professional Learning session for NSW Teachers at Adobe Sydney Office on Thursday 4th May, 2017.Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events If you haven't already, please join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to stay in touch with Adobe in Education - https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via http://timkitchen.net/ and CreateEdu TV http://timkitchen.net/
This power point will allow you to understand the basic process of setting up a project and using keyboard shortcuts to successfully complete three point editing.
2017 releases of Illustrator CC The 2017 releases of Illustrator CC (April 2017 and November 2016) roll out exciting new features for designers and illustrators.
Design a fashion textile 1:See how Savannah College student Leah Rama moves seamlessly between Photoshop and Illustrator to create stunning textile designs for her latest collection. Create patterns that tile seamlessly 2: Patterns add texture and interest to artwork. Learn how to create and apply patterns to many shapes in this tutorial, while experimenting with colors and shapes in patterns. Create and apply patterns 3: Patterns add texture and interest to artwork. Learn how to create and apply patterns to many shapes in this tutorial, while experimenting with colors and shapes in patterns.
Easy learn how to make perfect curves on problematic areas of a vector drawing.
I'm a Hungaryan student. I would like to learn video editing.
New way to let students take a journey to the world of graphics programs. Tool Used : Adobe Illustrator and Prezi.
Presentation that looks at company logos and introduces students to Adobe Illustrator...