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The Adobe Creative Space of the Innovation & Research Commons is an open-access learning space for Auburn students, faculty, and staff dedicated to providing Auburn students with digital creation skills and technology. This area, as well as online resources here, promote the digital literacy of our students to encourage their success both in their coursework and in their careers. Creative co-working space and computing is available in the Adobe Creative Space on a first-come first-serve basis with priority given to users actively working in Adobe Creative Cloud; instructional sessions by I&RC staff have first priority. While staff may access our online resources, the focus of our mission is to support the academic integration of Adobe Creative Cloud by students and faculty in support of the Office of the Provost's Adobe Creative Campus initiative.

Computers in the Adobe Creative Space and in the I&RC have Adobe Creative Cloud applications already installed via a Shared Lab license, which allows users to access them on those machines only, via an Adobe ID including a 'free' Adobe ID that can be created on the spot. If accessing Adobe apps via a 'free' Adobe ID, users will need to save any created files in other storage such as Box or OneDrive. Students are encouraged  not to use the 'free' Adobe ID and to request their Auburn Adobe subscription at: adobe.auburn.edu

Adobe_standard_logo_RGB.png Adobe Creative Campus provides currently enrolled Auburn students free access to the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite of design and multimedia applications. Visit  adobe.auburn.edu to request your Adobe subscription.

 

AV System: The Adobe Creative Space area includes an AV system (75" TV, Solstice Wireless Screencasting, HDMI input)

  • Priority use of the AV system in the Adobe Creative Space is given to full-time staff or Adobe Consultants working in the Adobe Creative Space
  • Students, faculty, and staff may use the AV system if the system is available on a first-come, first-serve basis to work in or with Adobe applications; see Adobe Help Desk staff for access


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here empower students and faculty to use Adobe Creative Cloud to enhance classroom assignments, present research, and design and publish in print and online.


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Last updated: 07/01/2024