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(Free) Adobe InDesign CS2: Hands-on Training!

See how the great new features in Adobe InDesign CS2 will help you work even faster and more elegantly! Get your hands on the mouse and get up to speed on such enhancements as:

Object Styles: store and apply complex frame and text formatting schemes
Photoshop layer handling: selectively reveal layers, without opening Photoshop
Anchored objects: beyond the old-fashioned inline graphic
Smart text handling: "Next Style" on steroids
Improved drop shadows
Quick Apply for speedy style application (without assigning keyboard shortcuts)
Repeat Transformation
Multipage PDF import

For more information, please contact:
Sara Flaherty, flaherty@adobe.com

Adobe Creative Suite 2 Presentation

New Version!—presented by Lynn Grillo

7:30-8:45 am
See the brand new version of the Adobe Creative Suite 2. Transform your print and Web design curriculum with this complete, upgraded set of the industry's foremost design tools. We will show you how to use the Creative Suite in your curriculum as well as various comprehensive design resources. You'll see how Adobe Creative Suite is a truly integrated solution for your students. The new capabilities of Adobe Creative Suite 2 offer a better way to organize your entire creative process. Tighter integration as well as many new and enhanced capabilities of the suite products enable more efficient work than ever before. Educators can use the suite to create learning activities that are more visually engaging, informative, and thought-provoking for students of all levels. You can be assured that their students are training with the same tools used by top creative professionals every day.

LYNN GRILLO is an Application Engineer at Adobe Systems where she supports all of Adobe’s products for creative professionals. She is an Adobe Certified Expert in GoLive, InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator and has taught master classes at conferences such as MacWorld and PhotoshopWorld. Lynn has co-authored 3 books on Adobe GoLive, the most recent, Adobe GoLive CS Tips & Tricks - The 200 Best, has received rave reviews by GoLive users around the world.

Student Project Presentation

Kelly Holohan
Tyler School of Art

The Projects in Authorship course offers a semester long assignment created to promote social and cultural awareness by encouraging students to express opinions about current socio-political issues and self-author their work.

Morning Discussion Groups

TENURE AND PROMOTION
Heather Corcoran moderator
Marcia Lausen, Hester Stinnett

FOUNDATION PROGRAMS
Amanda Hostalka moderator
Stacie Rohrbach, Jennie Shanker

INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS 1
Muneera Spence moderator
Michael Gibson, Heather Watkins

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS
Barbara Sudick moderator
Joseph Coates, Jane Pirone, Aaris Sherin

Student Project Presentation

Clive McCarthy
University of Lincoln, UK

Image Signatures: The fusion of Analogue/Digital in the creation of a third medium.

Afternoon Paper Presentations

LANGUAGES IN DESIGN
Susan Hagan
Carnegie Mellon University

MAKING CHANGE (slowly but with precedent)
Anne Galperin
State University of New York at New Paltz

EXPANDING THE TYPOGRAPHIC VOCABULARY: temporal narrative and type in motion
Brian Stone
The Ohio State University

ONE HUNDRED ARROWS: changing our students' perspectives on design
Geoffry Fried
The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University

Afternoon Paper Presentations

THE EDUCATED DESIGNER: Form vs. function in a university environment, or
How to produce graphic designers who are not a danger to society
Ann McDonald and Thomas Starr
Northeastern University

GRAPHIC DESIGN COLLABORATIVE PROCESSES: a course in collaboration
Muneera Spence
Oregon State University

GROWING UP POST-MODERN, POST-DISCOURSE, POST-UGLY
Ryan Molloy
Eastern Michigan University

DESIGNING FOR BEHAVIORAL CHANGE: a call to educate and motivate
Debra Satterfield
Iowa State University

Afternoon Discussion Groups

COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Marjorie Crum moderator
Fran Cubberly, Barbara Elliott, Nancy Stranger

ANOTHER 60's REVOLUTION
Katherine McCoy moderator
Hans Allemann, Inge Druckery, Gordon Salchow

INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS
Mindy Breen moderator
Michael Healey, Harris Steinberg

WRITING AND PUBLISHING
Elizabeth Resnick moderator
Kim Elam, Ellen Lupton

Student Project Presentation

Audrey Bennett
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Design Lab Book: Teaching Collaborative Designing with Empirical Inquiry. This project relays to students a research-oriented approach to designing.

Morning Discussion Groups

DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM
Brian Stone moderator
Kermit Bailey, Maureen Carter, Traci Moore Clay, Carolina Gill

DESIGN RESEARCH
Meredith Davis moderator
Leslie Becker, Lisa Grocott, Peter Storkerson

INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS 2
Christopher Vice moderator
Sarah Lowe, Cary Staples

CROSS CULTURAL PROJECTS
Robert Sedlack moderator
Dana Bartlett, Maria Rogal

Afternoon Paper Presentations

A MODEL FOR LIBERAL ARTS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Hans Allemann, Kerry Polite, Susan Viguers
University of the Arts

TOWARDS A COLLABORATIVE AUTHORSHIP
Susan Bowman
Rowan University

SYSTEMS OF TYPOGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION: beyond the grid
Kim Elam
Ringling School of Art and Design

TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP: does the world really need another foil stamp?
Melanie Wiesenthal-Rivera
Parsons School of Design

Afternoon Paper Presentations

RESPONDING TO THE CHANGING ROLES OF DESIGNERS: fostering the critical analysis and verbal communication skills of students
Stacie Rohrbach
Carnegie Mellon University

AND I SING LIKE THE SEA IN MY CHAINS
Chris Myers
University of the Arts

EnGENDERING DESIGN: how design influences ideas about gender
Peter Fine
Florida Atlantic University

INTELLECTUALISM VERSUS MORALITY: bridging the divide
Keith Owens
University of North Texas

Afternoon Discussion Groups

WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD: connecting students with clients
Stephanie Knopp moderator
Gordon Salchow, Mark Willie

ROLE OF WRITING IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Anne Dutlinger and Thomas Starr moderators
David Comberg, Ann McDonald

DESIGN AND THE PUBLIC
Susan Merritt moderator
Jamer Hunt, Deborah Shmerler

GRAPHIC DESIGN WITHIN LIBERAL ARTS
Laurie Churchman moderator
Judith Aronson, Frank Baseman, Peggy Re

Student Project Presentation 4

Sarah Lowe
University of Tennessee

Serendipity: Fostering a sense of discovery in a seemingly mundane everyday act.

 
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