Adobe Digital Literacy Program
Cal State Fullerton's Division of Information Technology strives to help our students become digital citizens. In accordance with our initiative to help bolster student success, we conduct a series of workshops to give students a new, creative avenue to tell digital stories.
Students, faculty, and staff have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud suite at no additonal cost. These tools can be used to create videos, infographics, websites, presentations, and more. As the Adobe Creative Cloud suite grows, we are able to adapt our workshops to meet your classes' needs.
Our team is equipped to conduct different creative workshops in your classroom. We have conducted Adobe classes in courses ranging from Business to English, Marketing, Health Science, and more. We currently have established workshops in Adobe Spark (online portfolios), Adobe InDesign (resume building), Adobe Illustrator (charts and infographics) and Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Rush (visual storytelling).
Participation (As of fall 2019)
- 4447 students
- 64 faculty members
- 166 class sections
- 5 Adobe Products (*As of Spring 2019)
- Campus Resource Presentation (Spark)
- Personal Profile (Spark)
- Business Card (Illustrator)
- Infographics (Illustrator)
- Career Roadmap (Illustrator)
- Essay Remix (Premiere Pro and Rush)
Adobe Adoption by College (As of Fall 2019)
College of the Arts: 1,498 | MCBE: 2,578 | College of Communications: 1,773 | College of Engineering & Computer Science: 1,383 | College of Education: 358 | College of Health & Human Development: 1,448 | College of Humanities & Social Science: 1,365 | College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics: 805 | Other (Undeclared, Extended Ed., etc.): 702