We are excited to launch a new grant program in partnership with Adobe to support students’ digital literacies through multimedia assignments and projects in the classroom. We believe that students who can define appropriate contexts for digital tools, analyze applications of digital media, and use digital tools for presentation and creation are better prepared for the workforce and for engaged citizenship.
We sought proposals from faculty and staff that leveraged our Adobe Creative Cloud ecosystem with the goals of:
- Building faculty capacity in integrating digital tools in the curricula.
- Developing students’ knowledge and skills in digital storytelling, visual design, data visualization, video production, and other media through the use of Creative Cloud.
- Nurturing digital fluencies in students across the disciplines, particularly in general education and lower division courses.
- Developing use cases of and open learning content for the use of Creative Cloud.
We are pleased to announce the first round of awardees!
Kathy Fernandes, Chico State – Digital Storytelling assignment
Michelle Rippy, Cal State East Bay – Digital story in CJ internship class
Vadim Keyser, Fresno State – Visualizations of Scientific Method
Matt Badal, Cal State Fullerton -Remix Assignments in Gen Ed courses
Peri Klemm, CSUN – Multimedia Assignments in ART 112
Jennifer Redd, San José State – Best Practices Showcase
Heather Vllhauer, Cal State East Bay – Lunch & Learns and Student Showcase
Susan Bloom, Long Beach State – Multi-Campus Creative Jam using Rush
Janet Berry Hess, Sonoma State – Adobe Creative Cloud and Social Justice
Jeremy Warner, CSU Bakersfield – Streaming with Adobe in Game Analysis Course
Ron Saito, CSUN – Design Textbook and Instructor Guide
Andres Janacua, CSU Bakersfield – Analog to Digital in Intro to Video course
Michael Soltys, CSU Channel Islands – Adobe Sign and Public Key Encryption
Safa Khan, CSU Channel Islands – Using Adobe Creative Cloud in Sustainability Initiative
Kyung Jung Han, CSU Bakersfield – Strategic Social Media
Kathryn Hansler, Cal State San Bernadino – Course Multimedia Assignments
Mariam Betlemidze, Cal State San Bernadino – Storytelling with 360 Video
Jess Nerren, Cal State San Bernadino – Community Engaged Inclusive Bilingual Filmmaking
Dina Ibrahim, San Francisco State – Student Showcase at TV of Tomorrow event
Anamary Leal, Sonoma State – Maker Faire with course SCI 220