Adobe-led Workshops

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As the University of Louisville continues as an Adobe Creative Campus, we look to the future of how digital media and digital literacy assignments can enhance and expand teaching and learning across the curriculum.

We invite you to join upcoming Adobe-sponsored workshops for educators to learn various Adobe Creative Cloud tools and how they can be used for student assignments. With sessions provided by Adobe specialists and UofL faculty and staff, you will see varying perspectives and examples of the role of digital literacy, media instruction and Adobe Creative Cloud software tools across the curriculum.

Upcoming Workshops:

  • Create Accessible Documents with Adobe Acrobat

    Friday, Oct. 20, 12-1 p.m. via Zoom
    Attend this session to learn essential strategies for creating accessible PDFs and ensuring content is user-friendly for all digital audiences. Explore how Adobe Acrobat's powerful tools can be used to add alt text to images, create accessible forms, and implement other accessibility features.
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  • Data Visualization with Express and Illustrator

    Thursday, Nov. 9, 1-2:30 p.m. via Zoom
    Join us to learn about using compelling visuals to convey data-driven narratives. You'll discover how to harness the creative power of Adobe Express and Illustrator to design eye-catching graphics and informative visualizations, as well as techniques to tranform raw data into engaging visuals that resonate with your audience.
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Questions?

Contact Jason Zahrndt via email jason.zahrndt@louisville.edu or 502-852-3787.

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