“As a prior educator who is fanatic about student success and my customers’ success, it thrills me when my customers earn the ‘Adobe Creative Campus’ designation. It signifies that academic and operational leaders ‘get it’. Schools who provide ‘Adobe for all’ remove friction while accelerating skills related to creative problem solving, design thinking, and rich media production. These are the ingredients needed for graduates to excel in their future careers of choice.”
Jason Katsoff | Adobe EDU
Models of Digital Literacy
Universal Literacy:A familiarity with using basic digital tools such as office productivity software, image manipulation, cloud-based apps and content, and web content authoring tools.
Literacy across disciplines:Diffused throughout different classes in appropriate ways that are unique to each learning context.
Creative literacy:Includes all aspects of universal literacy and adds more challenging technical skills that lead to the production of richer content, including video editing, etc.—along with digital citizenship and copyright knowledge.