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Important: In order to participate in the workshops, you must request Adobe Creative Cloud Access at least 24 hours in advance. Without this access, you will be unable to create the project. 

Request Adobe CC Access here: http://www.webster.edu/technology/adobe_apps/

 

Webster University students, faculty and staff have access to a wealth of tools in Adobe Creative Cloud. Make the most of these products by developing creative, analytic, and professional skills for classes and work. Join us for half-day boot camps to learn basic skills and create an item for a job interview or online portfolio. Attend in person or online with registration. 

Please set up access to Adobe CC prior to the the session:

 

Instructions for accessing your Adobe Creative Cloud Account: 

 

Most of the images that we see every day have been digitally altered. Learn to improve your photos with retouching skills, and to spot photo fakes that you see in the media. 

Register to attend in person: https://webster.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a5IQZn9HZyatpFH

 

Register to attend online: https://websteru.webex.com/websteru/k2/j.php?MTID=tc431a78d49deabe8ae9e095b13086479

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Creative resumés don't have to be flashy! Students and professionals in any field can use  Adobe Illustrator to create a sleek and sharp resumè​ that will stand out from the crowd. Career Services will join us to discuss resumè​ best practices. 

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Creative resumés don't have to be flashy! Students and professionals in any field can use  Adobe Illustrator to create a sleek and sharp resumè​ that will stand out from the crowd. Career Services will join us to discuss resumè​ best practices. 

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Most of the images that we see every day have been digitally altered. Learn to improve your photos with retouching skills, and to spot photo fakes that you see in the media.