Discover: Adobe Creative Cloud with the DMC
Workshops are only available to active USF Students, Faculty, and Staff, and are only offered during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Our training in Adobe Creative Cloud will give you the skills to create a…
- Unique custom resume
- Poster, brochure or flyer
- Video for a project or YouTube channel
- Professionally edited photo for a portfolio, slideshow or presentation
- One-of-a-kind logo
- Marketing plans book
- And more!
Come discover YOUR inner digital media expert in this brand new Adobe CC workshop series offered by the USF Digital Media Commons! We will guide you through the ins and outs of Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator and InDesign – from a beginner to professional perspective.
This year, the DMC is proud to be a partner in USF Career Services’ Career Readiness Badging Program. If you participate, you will walk away with a measurable skill that can be added to your resume, LinkedIn, or digital portfolio to increase your digital literacy skills and help to differentiate you in the job market. Choose your path in Photoediting, Videoediting, Logo and Vector Graphics, and Print Design; or consider all four to achieve the Digital Media Creation Badge!
Want to learn more?
Send an email to Lauren Ragsdale at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Add Badges to Badgr
You will receive an email from Badgr stating you earned your badge.
Click on “Go To Account” to login/set up your Badgr account.
This is what your Badgr Backpack may look like, with all earned badges from the Digital Media Commons.
Click on a Badge you want to display on your LinkedIn profile.
Select “Share Badge” and a new window will appear with the unique link for you to use.
Copy this link to use on LinkedIn.
On your LinkedIn profile, scroll to the “Skills & Endorsments” section and press “Add a new skill”.
A new window will appear similar to this one.
Paste your URL from Badgr into the “Credential URL” line, and follow the format in the example.