Upcoming Webinars

Join us for Adobe Digital Literacy Café Webinar Series, where you will enhance your digital skills and learn about the power of AI in the classroom.

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Back to school with AI

8am PT | 10am CT | 11am ET | 4pm GMT | 5pm CET

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On Demand

Come view the best of our Adobe Digital Literacy Café On Demand. Watch our experts provide a valuable platform for educators to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving digital landscape and equip themselves with the necessary tools to prepare their students for the future.

Wednesday, April 26, 2023
8am PT | 10am CT | 11am ET | 4pm GMT | 5pm CET

Assessing student work with confidence and clarity can be a complex challenge, especially as new, digital tools seem to emerge suddenly on our campuses — and none may be more challenging than GenTech technologies such as ChatGPT and Adobe Firefly.

Instructors who are new to assigning and assessing digital student compositions can range in approaches from “the rubric remains the same” to “I’m not qualified to grade a podcast or website.” 

Join Todd Taylor and Justin Hodgson as they reflect on decades of research and experience in assessing digital work against the backdrop of the more recent arrival of AI bots in student academic writing spaces.

  • Can previous best practices of digital pedagogies extend into the new technologies?
  • Do we need to rethink assessment strategies dramatically?
  • To what extent will battling bots and detectors occupy center stage in these conversations?
  • Or is it “same as it ever was” when comes to authentic assessment of student work?

Wednesday, May 24, 2023
8am PT | 10am CT | 11am ET | 4pm GMT | 5pm CET

We hope you will join what promises to be our most engaging Adobe Digital Literacy Café ever! Each of the inspiring guests share their experiences using transformative digital pedagogies to address deep-seated, “wicked problems” such as racism, climate change, and social justice. 

The premise, which is supported by abundant research on experiential learning, is that when students are asked to creatively share stories that matter, concerns about authenticity and integrity take care of themselves. In the words of one of Professor Eddie Webb’s students: “It’s too fun to cheat!”