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    Sherri sullivan Member Participant Joined Feb 16, 2017 Products Adobe Marketing Cloud Typekit Muse
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    I'm fluent in about 15 different adobe software programs and have been using their software for about 13 years. I have clients throughout the us.

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    Shafiq-ur-Rehman (Sir Shafiq) Over 16 year of Experience of Trainings for Adobe Products (Graphic, Web & Production) Microsoft Office Application 2d Animations

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    I love working with Adobe products, I use them in almost every class that I teach. I think technology is essential in todays teaching.

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    Hagen Heinrich Member Member Joined Jan 17, 2017 Products Prelude Adobe Marketing Cloud Typekit
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    1949: geb. in Lübbenau (Brandenburg) - 1970: Abitur an der Schillerschule Hannover - 1973: Abschluss Lehrer-Studium 1973-2014: Lehrer IGS Roderbruch Hannover

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    I'm a student. 20 years old from Armenia Studying Architecture at Armenian National University of Architecture and Construction

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    Digital Literacy: An NMC Horizon Project Strategic Brief    Presentation by Adobe Education Dec 16, 2016 Products Adobe Marketing Cloud Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Document Cloud 0 0

    The digital divide is no longer just about access to technology but rather fluency in using it. Higher education institutions must prepare students for a future where learning new digital tools is an intuitive process. Part of digital literacy isn’t just understanding how a tool works but also why it is useful in the real world and when to use it. Today’s student’s appear more digitally literate than previous generations but research has shown that this doesn’t equate to confidence in those skills. Higher education institutions need to empower students to use digital tools to visually and digitally communicate, create, and collaborate. But it’s not enough for learners to simply know how to use technology; they must be able to apply it imaginatively to perform a task or produce an object that would otherwise not be possible without the technology. These 21st century skills and ability, this digital literacy, are vital to prepare students to be successful in the workplace and beyond. Download the full report below.

    Ayden Adduci Member Member Joined Dec 9, 2016 Products Prelude Adobe Marketing Cloud Typekit
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