Video Use Cases in Higher Education: Expand your audience through video

Discover new and exciting ways to increase the exposure, enrollment, and fundraising potential of your university through the use of video on your university’s website. From distance learning, to the broadcast of live athletic events and artistic performances, to campus tours and new student orientation, all of this and more can be brought to life on your website, increasing the interest of potential students, keeping alumni engaged in their alma mater, and thereby bringing more revenue to your institution. Hear from representatives from the University of Denver about their successes with Flash video on their campus!

Continue reading »

Leveraging the Flash Platform to Deliver Dynamic Media Across Campus

Presentation given at the Adobe Education Leader Summer Institute 2009 at Adobe HQ San Jose, CA. Adobe Education Leader Institute 2009 San Jose, California July 22nd 2009 This presentation will focus on the DU CourseMedia™ application built by the University of Denver Center for Teaching and Learning and examine the many problems solved with such a robust set of tools to deliver audio, video, and images across the DU network and beyond. DU CourseMedia™ was developed by the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver as a course-based media presentation tool for organizing and presenting high quality

Continue reading »

Reflections on the 2009 Adobe Education Leader Summer Institute

The 2009 Adobe Education Leader Summer Institute in now over and my intention is to document a few thoughts here while everything is still fresh in my mind. About 80 Adobe Education Leaders from both K-12 and Higher Education institutions from around the world gathered at Adobe HQ in San Jose, CA for 5 days of networking, presentations, training, and corporate roadmaps. I’ve only been involved in this group since November of last year, so this was the first time I had personally attended this event. This is also the first year that Higher Education was formally represented. I wasn’t

Continue reading »

I’m an Adobe Certified Associate

While at the Adobe Education Leader Summer Institute this past week, I had the opportunity to take some certification exams along with my fellow AELs. An Adobe Certified Associate credential certifies individuals have the entry-level skills to plan, design, build, and maintain effective communications using different forms of digital media. If you’ve been using any of the products for a good amount of time, you probably don’t even need to study for the ACA exams. They are fairly straightforward and contain a mix of multiple choice questions and product interface simulations that you must perform. A pretty slick system! Adobe

Continue reading »