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CLEMSON UNIVERSITY Creative Campus Collaboration Recap

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116 PEOPLE from 31 DIFFERENT UNIVERSITIES and Colleges

15 passionate speakers share Multiple perspectives

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What is the Creative Campus Collaboration?

The Creative Campus Collaboration started mid-2015 with a gathering of schools who had the strategic vision to provide access to Adobe's Creative Cloud to all of their students on campus. These schools had the desire to foster creativity in learning using digital tools as a core skill set. They saw the need to improve student outcomes and stimulate critical thinking in learning. Creativity for non-creatives, regardless of areas of study and degree path. Providing students a personalized "digital makerspace" to create content instead of consuming it. These collaboration events bring together multiple stakeholders on campus who represent the academic and administrative leaders. They share best practices with the goal of bringing Digital Literacy to all students; focusing on learning experiences and student outcomes.

Each one of the institutions who presented during the day did so from different perspectives. Each institution shared their story through the various stakeholders who are actively involved in transforming the student experience on campus.

ACTIVE SCHOOLS WHO ARE COLLABORATING

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KEYNOTE PRESENTATION BY

Clemson University was the first Adobe Creative Campus. It hosts the Adobe Digital Studio in the Copper Library. Clemson is in its 4th year of providing individual subscriptions to Creative Cloud for 23,000 students.
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THE View from the VP for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

CIO Driving Innovation with Creativity across Campus

CIO Driving Innovation with Creativity across Campus

Russell Kaurloto, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Revising General Education on a Creative Campus

In fall of 2016 John Griffen, Associate Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Studies formed a task force to revise the General Education Program. He and his leaders share their direction and how they are planning to move from a Digital Literacy incorporation to Digital Fluency for both students and faculty.

John Griffen, Associate Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Where Clemson goes next

The Digital Now

Taimi Olsen, Director of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation

General Education Current Landscape

Bridget G Trogden, Ph.D, Associate Dean for Engagement & General Education

Gen Z Learning at Clemson

Ryleigh Campbell, Junior, Marketing Major Student

Undergraduate Research at Clemson

Barbara Speziale, Associate Director - Watt Family Innovation Center. Director - Creative Inquiry

Digital Literacy and STEM

DIGITAL LITERACY AND STEM

Stephen Moysey, Associate Professor
Bloom’s Taxonomy: Moving Consumers to Creators
  • Reflect, personalize, and internalize.
  • Promote creativity in thinking and solutions.
  • Engage student interest in content more effectively.
  • Improve communication skills – especially focus and clarity.
  • Relate course content to real-world issues, problems, and solutions.
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A view from the top

PRESIDENT OF CLEMSON UNIVERSITY - DR. JAMES P. CLEMENTS
President Clements dropped by to share his thoughts on Adobe's valued partnership.
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Graduate Student perspective

" 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. " - Dr. Jan Holmevik
Dr. Jan Holmevik, Associate Professor, Digital Rhetorics, Faculty Senate President-Elect
Shauna Chung, PhD Student
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CIO AND FACULTY TEAM UP TO CREATE THE CAROLINA DIGITAL LITERACY INITATIVE

UNC Chapel Hill is an Adobe Creative Campus who provides all students personal subscriptions to Adobe Creative Cloud

A View From the CIO

Chris Kielt, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

THE FACULTY PERSPECTIVE

Digital Literacy Across the UNC Chapel Hill Curriculum

Todd Taylor, Associate Chair, Director of the Writing Program
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Prioritizing Student Experience to the forefront of learning

Experience is the higher education disruptor

Stephen Marshall, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Media and Communication

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General Education Perspective

The Boston University Hub: An Ecology of Curriculum Development

  • Matthew Trevett-Smith, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
Pary Fassihi, Lecturer - CAS Writing Program

PERSPECTIVE FROM THE CHAIR OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

Faculty Driven Student Excellence: Reaching for the Cloud at the University of Florida

Sid Dobrin, Professor and Chair in the Department of English and Director of the Trace Innovation Initiative

Jason Crider, Graduate Research Fellow, Trace Managing Editor

Credits:

Jim Babbage Adobe Systems Inc.

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