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Adobe is holding a highly curated series of 30 minute virtual events with the CSUEA, featuring the co-writer/editor of Netflix’s Stowaway, the Tech Director of Late Night Cartoons, the Creative Director/Co-founder of Territory Studio, an Adobe leader of Pro Video Cloud Workflows and more. You can register here .
Please share this information with all faculty, staff and students you think might be interested:
9:00am PT: Delivering a Film in a Pandemic: Post Production with the co-writer/editor of Netflix’s Stowaway.
Ryan Morrison details his journey to design a time saving, remote editing workflow for what has been called the ultimate pandemic film. He'll also discuss his unique career path as both a writer and editor and how to break into the industry.
9:30am PT: Vision Quest: The Future of Motion Design with Territory Studio
Territory Studio is combining design, story, and technology to create groundbreaking effects for Hollywood films and real-world products. Creative Director / Co-Founder Marti Romances will discuss the process of bringing UI and UX to the silver screen, as well as to brands, services, and IP’s. Marti will reveal his Adobe creative toolset used to create experiences for cineastes and consumers alike. Break through the digital noise and walk away with a checklist of do’s and don'ts to apply to your next creative workflow!
10:00am PT: Evolving Broadcast Animation Production with Late Night Cartoons
In 2017 Technical Director Brian Maffitt helped build one of the largest animation studios in New York City in record time, going from an empty floor of a Broadway Theater to delivering prime time broadcast episodes in 6 months. Three years later the whole thing had to be reinvented for remote production due to COVID.
10:30am PT: The Future is Now: Remote Editing Workflows with Adobe
Remote editing workflows rapidly became the new normal in 2020, and will remain so even after co-located teams return. We’ll talk about what this means for creative workflows & tools, team collaboration, and productivity, and the rise of cloud-powered technologies. Presented by Margot Nack, Senior Manager, Product—Pro Video Cloud Workflows at Adobe.
Creative Cloud for Enterprise Overview: Creative Cloud for Enterprise Overview 2020
March 13, 2020
Adobe has stepped up to help offer temporary student use of Adobe Create Cloud on their personal devices
Please review this announcement and let us know if there are any questions.
Excerpt from this announcement
Starting today, we’re giving our higher education and K-12 institutional customers globally — who currently make Creative Cloud apps available to students who login through on-campus labs — the ability to request temporary “at-home” access for their students and educators. This will be granted through May 31, 2020 at no additional cost. To learn more and request access, please follow this link.
We also know that delivering engaging experiences through distance learning is a new paradigm for many teachers and faculty. Through our community, we’ve curated resources to help educators and school leaders discover inspiring projects, best practices, and new ideas so they can continue to drive valuable learning in virtual environments. For more information on Adobe’s distance learning resources please click here.
Adobe also has a vital role to play in schools, businesses, and government agencies, and earlier this week we began to offer free 90-day access to Adobe Connect, our web conferencing solution, until July 1, 2020. This offer gives users the ability to join meetings, trainings, and virtual classrooms from the safety of their homes. To learn more, please check out the Adobe Connect blog here.
As our education customers work to ensure both safety and learning continuity in their communities, it is our goal to help them with the tools they need to move through these uncertain times. Our commitment to do so in a seamless way continues to be unwavering.
February 18, 2020
Your Adobe Customer Success Team would like to invite you to the following webinars:
- March 11, 2020 @ 1pm MST
Empowering Students through Creative Technologies: A Digital Literacy Primer
Justin Hodgson, Associate Professor of Digital Rhetoric at Indiana University and founding editor of The Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects, will share insight into the importance of digital literacy and digital creativity in higher education. By using compelling student examples, this short presentation will show how critical and creative digital literacy skills can empower students (from underrepresented to advanced) to better engage course content, to discover new capacities for expression, and to learn to thrive (as thinkers, creators, and communicators) in a rapidly-changing, digitally saturated world.
To register for this session click here: http://bit.ly/csmweb1
- March 13, 2020 @ 1pm MST
Zoom-to-Rush: Integrating Media Workflows for Teaching, Learning, and Engagement
This webinar will demonstrate technological workflows that help facilitate media-rich teaching and learning practices. Specifically, it will show participants how to pair Zoom (video conferencing tool) with Adobe Rush (video editing platform) to create media-rich pre- and post-class engagements, to design digital media learning assets, and to have students engage in similar audio/visual work (from course assignments to classroom activities). Presenter: Justin Hodgson, Associate Professor of Digital Rhetoric at Indiana University.
To register for this session click here: http://bit.ly/CSMWeb2
NERCOMP Is pleased to announce that we have executed a new agreement with Adobe to provide NERCOMP Members significant savings on their Adobe products. The new Adobe ETLA Agreement has three great offerings, including options to include all or some faculty and staff, and all or none of your students.
View the June 12th Webinar with NERCOMP/SHI and Adobe reviewing the contract HERE
The following Terms and Conditions apply to this agreement:
This agreement is limited to regular NERCOMP members as defined by the NERCOMP by-laws (that is, state, municipal or non-profit accredited institutions of education, which are authorized to grant degrees, from the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont). Adobe will review FTE count and other organizational details prior to formal acceptance.