FITC @ MAX Session: “Emergent Collective One” – All the Little Pieces…

“Emergent Collective One” – All the Little Pieces… Have you heard about Emergent Collective One? The free community compilation CD release full of music composed and produced by developers? We’ll dig into the nitty-gritty of conceiving, promoting, collecting, preparing, and distributing this community showcase piece. Learn how Adobe tools such as Flash Professional CS5, Photoshop CS5, InDesign CS5, and the HYPE framework play a critical role in producing materials supporting the collection. Discover how every download and playback is tracked through both HTML and Flash using Google Analytics Event Tracking. Become engaged and perhaps conceive of a unique community effort

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Education Summit at MAX Session: Open Source Media Framework for Education

Sunday, October 24 – Education Summit at MAX – Los Angeles Convention Center If you are involved in education and will be attending Adobe MAX this year, I highly encourage you to check out the full education rundown and especially the preconference Education Summit! I’ll be speaking on OSMF! Open Source Media Framework for Education Joseph Labrecque, Senior Multimedia Application Developer, University of Denver Whether your institution provides progressive video streams over simple HTTP or leverages the full streaming power of Adobe Flash Media Server, when deciding how to implement playback, the Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) is clearly one of the

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Adobe Education Webinar: University of Denver creates new system for rich media course libraries

I’ll be presenting the following Connect session along with Megan Stewart from Adobe as a follow-up to our recent article in University Business: University of Denver Creates New System for Rich Media Course Libraries Thursday, September 23, 2010 10:00 AM PT Learn about CourseMedia™, a digital application that not only replaces the traditional slide projector, but also supports the building of rich media libraries encompassing any type of digital media. Find out how CourseMedia™ allows instructors to enhance collaboration and teaching with rich media. Find out how the University of Denver accomplished all this through Adobe® Flash® and Adobe Air®

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Adobe MAX 2010 Session: Progressing beyond the Desktop at Universities with Adobe AIR

Going to be at MAX? Stop by and say ‘Hello’! I’ll be showing examples of cool things you can do with Adobe AIR which go beyond the traditional desktop! I’ll also be presenting at the preconference education summit and at the FITC unconference – all during Adobe MAX 2010! Progressing beyond the Desktop at Universities with Adobe AIR Wednesday, October, 27th, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Join Joseph Labrecque from the University of Denver as he demonstrates the various features of Adobe AIR 2 and AIR for Android and how they can be used in a university setting. Learn how

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Using Collaborative Media Services with Flash in University Applications

Presentation at the Adobe Education Leader Institute, San Jose, CA. 11:15am.-12:05pm. Wednesday July 28. 2010 Joseph will demonstrate how the University of Denver is leveraging the Flash Platform across the campus community to allow collaboration between students, faculty, and staff in a number of our web applications. Connectivity to Facebook and Twitter services will be covered as well as specialized collaborative services in University applications like CourseMedia™ and the tracking of targeted activity through Google Analytics APIs. Using Collaborative Media Services with Flash in University Applications View more presentations from Joseph Labrecque. (I know the audio isn’t the best, apologies!)

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Mobile Outlook 2010 – Where Are We?

Roundtable presentation at the Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder, CO. August 11, 2010 – 11:10 a.m. We are currently experiencing what will probably be the largest technological shift since the introduction of the internet onto our campuses for widespread use. Powerful mobile devices are expected to increase at a tremendous rate at universities and elsewhere in the world over the next few years to the point that many activities now done via a desktop machine will be enabled on hand-held devices. This holds great promise but also much uncertainty – so where are we now? Mobile Outlook 2010 – Where

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Making Rich Video Happen!

Presentation at the Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder, CO. August 11, 2010 – 1:10 p.m. The University of Denver made a strong commitment to delivering rich media for classroom use across campus years ago and we are still going strong. This presentation will cover every aspect of video capture, cataloging, and delivery at DU today through custom-developed solutions as well as failures and lessons learned. Making Rich Video Happen! View more presentations from Joseph Labrecque.

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