Tony Luckett, LEO lecturer IV, Journalism and Media Production, director of Humanities and History Internship Program, UM-Dearborn, was awarded the 2022 Adobe Creative Campus Faculty Fellow Certificate. Here’s what Luckett had to say about the Adobe Faculty Development Institute: “I found the Adobe Creative Campus training extremely helpful. I am now using the tools that I learned from… Read More »
Students at the University of Michigan are preparing themselves for life after graduation by participating in the Adobe Student Ambassador Program and taking advantage of the no-cost Adobe Creative Cloud Suite (Adobe CCS). Adobe CCS is a collection of over 20 desktop and mobile apps and services for photography, design, video, web, user experience, and more. Summer Nguyen… Read More »
The Adolescent Health Initiative (AHI), a program of Community Health Services at Michigan Medicine, works to transform the health care landscape to optimize adolescent and young adult health and well-being. AHI provides customer-focused, youth-driven, and innovative approaches to improving adolescent care through coaching and technical assistance including engaging webinars, virtual clinic tours, implementing an assessment tool, and more.… Read More »
Information and Technology Services recently informed Winter 2020 and Summer 2020 graduates that they are eligible for four more months of Adobe Creative Cloud at no cost. “It’s not lost on anyone that the journey for our recent graduates from college to what’s next in their career is different from those who have gone before,” said Ravi Pendse,… Read More »
The university recently entered into an agreement with Adobe that provides all faculty, staff and students on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses and at Michigan Medicine with access to Adobe Creative Cloud apps. The agreement advances an ITS initiative that is based on a desire to build partnerships that would benefit the entire university community. Previously,… Read More »
ITS is retiring Adobe CS6 products from its services (Campus Computing Sites, UMichITAM, and MiWorkspace) by August 1 and recommends units transition to the Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement (ETLA) or Value Incentive Program (VIP).
ITS has announced that, effective immediately, users of Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 must sign in with an Adobe/Enterprise ID to use Adobe software purchased through ITS.
Does your unit use Adobe apps? Whether you need to design and publish print material like catalogs and magazines or produce digital graphics and videos, there is a growing need for software that supports creative asset development at U-M.