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Adobe Creative Cloud for faculty

Adobe Creative Cloud for faculty

Resources and ideas for incorporating Adobe apps into teaching.

Visit the Rutgers software portal to get started.

Incorporate Adobe into your courses

Adding Adobe Creative Cloud to your courses can enrich student projects and expose them to software that’s widely used in many industries. Adobe has devised dozens of sample lesson plans that illustrate how students can use its apps for a wide variety of projects.

Projects for humanities

Ideas include designing social media campaigns, making podcasts, creating video analyses of feature films, and more.

Projects for STEM

Ideas include creating research posters, building conceptual models, developing digital presentations, and more.

Projects for digital media & art

Ideas include creating movie story boards, making video advertisements, editing photos, and more.

More Adobe for educators

Using Adobe in the classroom

The Adobe Education Exchange provides educators with free workshops, classes, and resources that help find ways to integrate Adobe products into learning.

Adobe Education YouTube Channel

Adobe for Education’s instructional videos, tutorials, talks and webinars from expert teachers and thought leaders, as well as instructional content.

Support for Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Help Center

Search for tutorials, visit Adobe forums, and find tips and answers to common questions about Adobe products.

Tutorial videos

Check out videos that walk you through Adobe products like Photoshop, Illustrator, and more.

One-on-one training

Schedule an "Expert Session," a 30-minute phone call with an Adobe Care Team member to address a specific product feature.

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning, which is available to everyone in the Rutgers community, has a variety of Adobe training videos.

Have more questions?

For assistance using your NetID to download Adobe Creative Cloud, please view the FAQ​ or contact the OIT Help Desk​.