Centralizing of DAM & Creative Cloud University of arizona and adobe Partnership

University of Arizona Overview

  • Established in 1885, the University of Arizona, the state's super land-grant university with about 43,000 students and over 3,000 faculty. There are 366 degrees available throughout 20 colleges at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • UA produces graduates who are real-world ready through its 100% Engagement Initiative.
  • It benefits the state with an estimated economic impact of $8.3 billion annually.
  • Campuses include: Main Campus, UA South, UA Online, Phoenix-BioMedical and several distance locations including China, Cambodia and Vietnam!

The Challenges and The Solutions

Adobe Experience Manager

My Dream for AEM - (http://popplet.com/app/#/3768465)

Show and Tell on AEM integration with D2L

Future of AEM

  • Faculty to share assets in AEM and integrate into D2L
  • ODL and OIA ability to update and share an asset globally in D2L
  • Students to access AEM assets for purposes of creation, review and distribution to the UA Community

Adobe Creative Cloud Initiative

  • Faculty and staff got access to Creative Cloud in fall 2016
  • Students just got access in spring 2017
  • Hired a Creative Cloud Evangelist in spring 2017

Events on campus to promote Creative Cloud include:

Yik Yak comments after less than 12 hours of releasing Creative Cloud to students
More comments (the PG ones)!

Goals for the Future

  • Faculty - show ways to integrate Adobe into the curriculum
  • Faculty - participate in 100% Engagement
  • Students - events to engage Adobe in campus and everyday life
  • Students - internship opportunities (AEM programmers)

Mobile Matters - how can we use mobile in curriculum and outreach with Adobe?

Next Steps

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