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    Christine Gaceau Member Participant Joined May 26, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop InDesign
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    Associate Professor of Photography in Photographic Communications program at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming.

    Evans Mkungo Member Member Joined May 26, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Stock Photoshop
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    Ravi Chandra Nalluri Member Member Joined May 25, 2017 Products Photoshop Illustrator InDesign
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    Design UX and UI for Mobile Apps and Web.

    Jenny Nason Member Member Joined May 24, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    I am a former High School English Lit. and Studio Art teacher, now embracing adult education through training and development.

    Nicolaus Sherrill Member Participant Joined May 24, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop
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    Senior Graphic Communications major at Clemson University. Originally from Atlanta, GA. Pursuing graphic design/brand management career.

    Anthony Smith Member Member Joined May 24, 2017 Products Dreamweaver Photoshop Bridge
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    BFA: Art Education from BGSU IN 2012 Husband and father, factory worker and substitute teacher. Hopeful to be a full time art teacher in the next year.

    Alisha Referda Member Member Joined May 23, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Illustrator
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    I do photography and graphic design for the marketing department of a university.

    Max Bizley Member Participant Joined May 23, 2017 Products Typekit Acrobat Adobe Stock
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    Hi, I'm a graphic design from South Africa living in Taiwan. I'm here to learn. I'm pretty fluent in Ai, Ps and Id, and would like to Ae above all else.

    nilgun aydin Member Participant Joined May 21, 2017 Products Typekit Acrobat Adobe Stock
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    I was born 1986 in İzmir. 2009- I graduated from fine arts in Dokuz Eylül University.

    Blake Davis Member Participant Joined May 20, 2017 Products Audition Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Clip
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    Creative Director @dreamtonenyc

    BRADLEY WILSON Member Participant Joined May 20, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro
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    Bradley Wilson is an associate professor and director of student media at Midwestern State University.

    Adobe Mobile Apps: Make it on Mobile    Presentation by Chana Messer May 19, 2017 Products Illustrator Draw Adobe Capture CC Photoshop
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    If you have an iPhone, Android Device, or iPad, you’re holding a powerful creative tool, right in the palm of your hand. From sketching, to retouching, to creating production ready assets, you’ll soon discover that you can do much more than just take pictures or surf the Web on that device. In this presentation, you’ll see how Adobe mobile apps are part of your creative process, give you more freedom, and get more out of the devices you already have. Presentation is with Adobe Spark Page: https://spark.adobe.com/page/4T9vFq6GPUp3a/

    Jason Bowen Member Member Joined May 18, 2017 Products Photoshop After Effects Illustrator
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    I am a Graphic Design, Yearbook and Photography Teacher in So. Cal.

    Travis Sevilla Member Member Joined May 18, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    California Artist and Teacher working in San Diego. I attended Art Center College of Design, Otis College of art and Design, and UC Irvine. I love teaching art!

    Htet Aung Member Member Joined May 18, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop After Effects
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    I have over 4 years experiences about Graphic Design field.

    Earth-science animations Web Link by Jenda Johnson May 16, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Flash Player
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    Simple-concept animations clarify Earth processes, with a focus on Earthquakes and Seismology. Available here: http://www.iris.edu/hq/inclass/search#type=1

    Passport Career Development Workshop. Curriculum by Richard Campbell May 16, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Adobe Document Cloud
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    Welcome to Passport. This is a painless career development course dedicated to teaching research and writing skills to advance young careers. Through a unique course we’ve created a system that is simple for you to implement, that brings your students to a whole new level of accomplishment. Why does this work? Students struggle with information literacy skills they need to find employment because frankly, traditional information literacy library presentations bore them. Passport replaces the traditional pedagogical method with an exciting new approach that prepares them for the world of work, simultaneously taking them through information literacy training on their own terms. For younger students trying to fast track from secondary school to college, using information literacy to promote career discovery enhances critical skills, self-esteem, and the ability to create a personal game plan. The question is: how is the Passport system different from current practices? The major premise of this course is to present a career advancement model based upon self- actualization to be used with a unique hybrid environment to leverage information literacy skills of the students during their quest for employment. Passport includes its own physical course package, and career development text: Passport: The Authentic Quest for Your Dream Career. The approach is based upon a number of well-known learning models, augmented by a powerful shot of unorthodox creativity. The process of self-evaluation and actualization is combined with structured training in information literacy to create an exciting new platform that you control. It might be said that the learning curve for this work is a creative modality not normally asked of academic instructors. This is a very unique hybrid process that relies upon a dedicated work flow designed to captivate young minds. The structure and materials that take students from an information literacy desert to the promised land are all custom created for you. The transaction that takes place between student and instructor appears simple and easy to navigate, the underlying work behind this workshop is an out of the box eye opener for educators who want to bring students with learning challenges into the primary stages of career development. The end result is to assist students in finding employment, but this program also distinguishes itself by focusing upon methods of personal development within a creative modality that carefully plot out a realistic progression for entering the workplace. For young students this means they imagine themselves in the real working world and discover their hidden talents. This is a truly hybrid program that spreads the learning process out among participants, utilizing powerful communication tools. Librarians and teachers share a process in this workshop with career development staff to create a whole new methodology that students recognize as innovative and creative. In short Passport is not a traditional workshop, but a new pathway for your students to accelerate their learning curve to find valued first time employment positions. Interested? Take a look at the book outline to get a feeling for the program, and let us know what your think.