UTSA was selected as an Adobe Creative Campus through a new program developed by the software company to promote digital literacy in higher education. UTSA is the first four-year public campus in Texas to be an Adobe Creative Campus, joining the ranks of other universities like Berkeley and Penn State.
Through this new partnership, UTSA now offers Adobe Creative Cloud for free to all its students. The Creative Cloud suite includes popular software like Photoshop, Spark, InDesign, Illustrator, Premier Pro and Acrobat for video, design, photography and web.
“Our Roadrunner students will be able to create robust digital portfolios to support both their classroom- and career-related activities, regardless of their area of study,” said Kimberly Andrews Espy, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
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