As a result of the campus closure, student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and faculty so that they can continue their work remotely. Continue reading Adobe Grants Temporary Access to Creative Cloud Desktop Apps
Some folks on campus have reported receiving a notification that their Adobe software license is expiring. If you have received this notice, don’t fret! Our license with Adobe is still active and you can continue using Adobe products as before, but there is a new way to obtain the software and keep the license up-to-date. Continue reading Adobe License Expiring? Here’s the Fix!
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How does an extra $25,000 per undergrad year sound? Adobe is looking to award annual college scholarships to 10 students who want to enter product design or experience design-related fields, such as digital, web, UX/UI, or industrial design. Recipients will also receive mentoring opportunities and real-world experience with design leaders in the program. Continue reading Up to $100K Awarded in Adobe Design Circle Scholarship
Last month, I had the opportunity to attend EduMAX, a pre-conference gathering of the Adobe Creative Campus Collaboration at Adobe MAX in Los Angeles. This year was the fifth anniversary of EduMAX. To celebrate, Adobe brought educational leaders and partners from across the globe to participate and discuss with other peer institutions how to enhance the student experience with Adobe tools. Eight schools were represented by over 20 different speakers covering social justice, becoming a Creative Campus, improving digital literacy, and even spotlighting the achievements of students. Continue reading Digital Literacy in Higher Education: Highlights from EduMAX