Maker Series: Adobe Spark Page

Presented on Thursday, April 4, 2019, 10:30-11:45 a.m., 138 Corbett Family Hall
Chris Clark, Assistant Director of the Kaneb Center

Description:

Spark Page is a free desktop tool and iOS app for creating single web pages. In this session, you’ll learn how the tool works and how it can be used in teaching and learning. The main activity, though, is making your own page. 

Learning Goals:

After successfully completing the workshop, you will be able to use Adobe Spark in these ways:

  1. Access it on your own device,
  2. Create a new page including several kinds of media, and 
  3. Describe potential applications for students and instructors. 
What to Bring:

This is a hands-on session. Either bring your own device or plan to share a laptop (Mac or Windows) OR an iPad. You may also want earphones.

Handouts:

April 2019 Handout  |  Presentation slides

Online Resources:

Getting started

Sample pages

Free media:

 Certificates:

Can apply toward these graduate student/postdoctoral scholar certificates:

May help complete tone or more badges for the Teaching Well Using Technology program

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