Are you a CSUF professor who wants to integrate Adobe Spark into your courses? I am here to help!
Framing a student assignment around Adobe Spark is an excellent opportunity to further develop your students' digital literacy skills, whether they are undergraduates or graduate students.
I am happy to schedule a consultation with you to discuss your course assignment or learning outcomes, so that we plan how best to integrate Adobe Spark into your student assignment.
Please use the Email Me button on the right to contact me.
If you already have an assignment in mind, you can request a Library Instruction Session for me to work with your class.
CSUF students, faculty, and staff get access to the Premium version of Adobe Spark.
This tutorial walks Cal State Fullerton students through the process of gaining access to CSUF's premium version of Adobe Spark.
If you are a CSUF student, faculty member, or staff member, you can learn more about Adobe Spark at your convenience.
We have free access to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), a video-based online learning platform filled with more than 10,000 courses focusing on professional development skills. Use your CSUF login credentials to watch these courses on a computer or your mobile device.
This 1-1/2 hour video course on "Learning Adobe Spark" covers everything you need to know to start creating multimedia content. It walks you three of part of Adobe Spark: Posts, Video, and Pages. You do need to be logged in to LinkedIn Learning with your CSUF credentials in order to watch the video course.
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