Introducing Adobe Spark Video

Introducing Adobe Spark Video May 25, 2016

I think that the Adobe Spark Video app is going to be a perfect tool for students to use on my upcoming trip to Israel and the West Bank, to comment on photos as they go and essentially work on their final project for the trip on the go, as they create presentations which they may later adapt, edit, and recycle in their live or recorded final presentations. It is also a great way to share content from the trip while still traveling so that people at home can see not just your photos but also hear your comments about them. And it will help you remember where you took those photos and what they are of.

I think a lot of educators are going to be as excited as I am about the potential of this app!

With many thanks to Megan Grady-Rutledge from Butler University’s Center for Academic Technology for introducing me to it!

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  • I wait every few years to watch these wonderful Butler U. trips to Israel. This year now with more anticipation because I may just get to see a daily splashing of images and commentary from Dr. McGrath and his students. The World Surf League “Fiji Pro” is from June 5-17, so I will be glued to my computer for live broadcasts of the event. I don’t do Facebook, so is there a central place where I can ‘tune in’ to your Holy Land tour? Instead of a number of individual people postings, can you centralize the tour experience each day? I too, like this Adobe ap. Once in a lifetime events, should be archived by people this way. Great find, Professor!

    • Here’s a link to the blog where I and hopefully also students will be posting while there:

      • Thank you, Professor. I had that link already bookmarked from your last trip. Perhaps your son will post some videos there? Have a great adventure. By now you don’t need a tour guide, you know the lay of the Holy Land well.