Auburn Libraries’ I&RC offers Adobe Creative Cloud and multimedia workshops and sessions during summer semesters
To help users learn how to use the creative applications of the Adobe Creative Cloud currently offered to students for free by the university, the Auburn Libraries’ Innovation and Research Commons, or I&RC, is offering instructional workshops open to all Auburn students, faculty and staff. Topics offered include Adobe Photoshop for Beginners, Digital Video: Adobe Premiere Rush, Adobe Illustrator for Beginners and more. Participants will learn to use creative apps to enhance classroom assignments, present research and design and publish both print and online content. Students can use these resources to help launch their summer semester projects or gain new skills during the break.
Workshops will take place in-person and via Zoom simultaneously. Click here to view summer I&RC workshop information. If participants need a computer with Adobe Creative Cloud installed, they can attend in-person and use the I&RC's lab computers or attend online and use the new desktop computers in the I&RC. If participants are unable to attend or need Adobe video how-to content for your courses, they can visit https://aub.ie/ircinstruction for recorded sessions available on demand. Customized instructional sessions for classes are also available upon request, and Adobe consultants are available in-person and via Zoom for one-on-one assistance. Find more information on the I&RC Adobe Creative Space page.
For questions, contact Chelsy Hooper at email@example.com.
I&RC Summer Workshop Descriptions:
Getting Started with Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Spark
Workshop highlights: Learn about Adobe Creative Cloud and begin creating in Adobe Spark.
Full description: Students, sign up for your free Adobe ID http://adobe.auburn.edu. Faculty and staff, learn to leverage Adobe Creative Cloud in your courses and work. Explore Adobe Spark, an app that allows everyone to create beautiful web stories, slideshows, video, graphics and more. Access Adobe’s free resources that will empower you to use more powerful apps such as Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and Premiere Pro. Use a computer to join in; additional mobile device recommended.
May 24, 3-4 p.m.
Poster/Visual Design and Presenting Virtually
Workshop highlights: Learn the basics of poster design and presenting virtually.
Full description: Need to design a poster for a class assignment, research presentation or a conference presentation? Begin with the drag and drop features of PowerPoint to design and print, submit or virtually present a poster; basic design tips included. Learn tips for presenting online in virtual conferences. Explore ways to get started with more advanced poster design using Adobe InDesign and interactive apps.
May 26, 3–4 p.m.
Digital Video: Adobe Premiere Rush
Workshop highlights: Create and edit video.
Full description: Need a quick way to create slick video on the fly? Explore Adobe Premiere Rush for video creation and editing. Adobe ID required. Use a computer with Rush installed. Additional mobile device recommended. Discover Adobe’s free resources that will empower you to use more powerful video apps such as Premiere Pro. Basic videography tips included.
May 27, 3-4 p.m.
Creating Graphics: Adobe Photoshop for Beginners
Workshop highlights: Learn the basics of Photoshop.
Full description: Learn the basics of Photoshop and develop photo editing skills to enhance your class assignments and projects, including combining graphics with layered text and images for collages, adjusting photo colors, and adding effects. Adobe ID required. Use a computer with Photoshop installed.
June 1, 3-4 p.m.
Designing Documents: Adobe InDesign for Beginners
Workshop highlights: Learn the basics of InDesign.
Full description: Learn the basics of InDesign, including how to create brochures, flyers, custom documents and how to place images and add text. Adobe ID required. Use a computer with InDesign installed. Additional mobile device recommended.
June 2, 3–4 p.m.
Digital Drawing: Adobe Illustrator for Beginners
Workshop highlights: Learn the basics of Illustrator.
Full description: Learn the basics of Illustrator and develop digital drawing skills to enhance your class assignments and projects, including layering shapes, drawing lines, using color effectively and creating vector images. Adobe ID required. Use a computer with Illustrator installed. Additional mobile device recommended.
June 3, 3-4 p.m.
Submitted by: Jayson Hill