Adobe Creative Cloud and multimedia workshops and sessions offered by AU Libraries’ Innovation & Research Commons

Published: January 12, 2021

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To help users learn how to use the creative applications of the Adobe Creative Cloud, currently offered free to students by the university, the Auburn University Libraries’ Innovation & Research Commons, or I&RC, is offering instructional workshops open to all Auburn students, faculty and staff. Topics include Getting Started with Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Photoshop for Beginners, Digital Video: Adobe Premiere Rush, Poster/ Visual Design and Presenting Virtually and more. Participants will learn to use creative apps to enhance classroom assignments, present research and design and publish both print and online content.

New this spring: Adobe Livestream Winter Watch Parties. Join I&RC staff every other Friday in January and February on Zoom to watch and discuss the latest Bēhance livestreams of top creatives demonstrating and explaining their design techniques.

Workshops will take place via Zoom. View Spring 2021 I&RC Workshop information here.

If participants need a computer with Adobe Creative Cloud installed to attend, they can use the new desktop computers in the I&RC.

To register, go to

If you are unable to attend or need Adobe video how-to content for your courses, visit

Customized instructional sessions for classes are also available upon request.

Find more information on the I&RC Adobe Creative Space page or contact Chelsy Hooper at

Submitted by: Jayson Hill