Creative Campus Collaboration Summary EMPOWERING DIGITAL CREATIVITY FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY ACROSS CAMPUS and preparing GRADUATES FOR THE NEW EXPERIENCE AGE

" The event was a day and a half long, but the knowledge, insights, and community that came about from this event was one for the books. "
Karen Freberg, Assistant Professor in Strategic Communications at University of Louisville
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41 people representing 30 different universities across North America

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Speakers and presentations

Keynote presentation by the University of Utah - Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute

Creativity at Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute

Troy D'Ambrosio, Executive Director of the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah

" Our mission is to provide transformative student experiences through innovation and entrepreneurship."
  • 25,000 Students all have individual subscriptions to Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Students Live, Create and Launch ideas.

The Lassonde Studios will merge 400 unique residences with a 20,000-square-foot “garage” for students to attend events, build prototypes, compete, launch their futures — or just hang out. The facility will be the hub for innovators, makers and entrepreneurs.

" We have only just begun. Traditional literacy took over 2000 years to develop. Digital literacy will also take time to implement, and the only way to scale up to digital literacy is through curricular integration. "
Dr. Jan Holmevik - Co-Chair of the Creative Campus Collaboration

Empowering Faculty with Digital Literacy skills

Dr. Jan Holmevik, Associate Professor of English and Co-Director of the Center of Excellence in Next Generation Computing and Creativity

" Today's students are digital natives, but that does not mean they are also Digitally Literate, Digitally Fluent and Electrate. In order to make a real difference in the digital world, these skills are critical. "

Digital Creativity as both student and instructor

Knowing, doing, and making : digital creativity as a pedagogical choice

April Obrien, Ph.D student. Rhetorics, Communication, and Information Design Program

"A digitally-rich composition classroom provides an atmosphere for students to grapple with diverse ideologies, learn to invent through creative heuretics, and create meaningful artifacts that displays their expanded understanding."

USC Annenberg - Third Space Thinking

Digital Literacy as a part of every students' education

Courtney Miller, Director Annenberg Digital Lounge

" Lessons learned - Number 1 - start by knowing who your students are."

Freshman Student orientation at Abilene Christian University

The Digital Essay for all undergrads

Dr. Kyle Dickson, Ph.D. Professor Director of the AT&T Learning Studio, Abilene Christian University

" It begins with Story Telling"

Links below represent student evidence

The 30,000 foot view of what it takes to Achieve a Creative Campus.

21st Century Visual Communications on campus

Connie Allison, Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies, Office of the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs

" Our initial conclusion from the data is that the visual nature of the Adobe suite helps students acquire knowledge about, analyze, and discuss meaningfully texts that are largely visual in nature. " - Dr. Emily Heady, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education & Dean of the College of General Studies

The student perspective at The University of Utah

The Student Experience with Creative Cloud

Vincent Fu - Biology HBS and Calvin Chhour - Computer Science BS

  • Expanding beyond the usual design and art student- Creativity can be learned in any discipline - Calvin is a Computer Science Major and Vincent is a Biology Major

Both Vincent and Calvin have been accepted into the Lassonde Studios and will be moving in there in the summer of 2016

Transitioning higher education to the Experience Age

Preparing students for the Experience Age

Stephen W. Marshall Ph.D., Chair, Department of Mass Communication, East Tennessee State University

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