A variety of resources are available for faculty who are interested in developing and implementing a well-structured, meaningful creative assignment. These resources can provide valuable insight into designing a community-oriented project, scaffolding technical skills, evaluating the conceptual strength of student work, and extending impact beyond the classroom.
Faculty who are not participating formally in the Creative Discovery Fellows program are welcome to contact us by emailing email@example.com for a consultation and to discuss support options.
Rubrics are not just measuring mastery for a course assignment; they can also help students understand your instructional goals and expectations. They can also be used to facilitate self and peer reviews of student work.
Developed by Todd Taylor of UNC-Chapel Hill, Adobe Creative Cloud Across the Curriculum helps students and teachers understand Adobe creative applications and how they can be used for various course projects. Chapter topics include:
- Adobe Creative Cloud: What Is It? How Does It Work?
- Images: Photographs, Illustrations, Graphics
- Print: Magazines, Books, Documents, Resumes
- Audiovisual: Video, Film, Animation
- Sound: Podcast, Soundtrack, Voice-over, Music
- ...and many more topics!
Video Tutorials and Online Training
UC Berkeley students and instructors have access to LinkedIn Learning, which includes thousands of video tutorials on a wide range of subjects, including principles of design as well as beginning, intermediate, and advanced training on Adobe creative applications.