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SJSU Adobe Day 2018 Student Design Competition

This is a design competition for SJSU students only. Using your creativity, you will develop a design related to the theme. The only other requirement is that you must use a minimum of two Adobe Applications. Designs must be original and created specifically for this competition. You can complete your design alone, with a partner, or in a group of three. Sorry, no groups larger than three permitted.

The theme of this year’s competition is Find Your Place: Parking at SJSU.

This is your opportunity to let your creativity shine!

Below are the submission requirements:

  • Relates to the theme
  • Uses two Adobe Applications

Completed projects must get uploaded to your Behance portfolio. You will submit the link.

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Competition Timeline

February 14 at 11:00 a.m. Competition Begins

February 20 at 11:59 p.m. Competition Ends

February 27 at 5:00 p.m. Top Designs Selected and Notifications Sent

March 1 at 5:00 p.m. Selected Designers Coaching Sessions with Adobe

March 1 at 5:30 p.m. Selected Designers Present Projects to Audience/Awards

 

All submissions will get reviewed with top designs getting selected to present at the SJSU Adobe Day 2018 on March 1. If selected, prior to your design presentation to the audience, you will have a one-on-one coaching session with Adobe. Then, the audience will vote on each design and select a winner. Winners will receive prizes from Adobe.

Adobe is coming!

SJSU Adobe Day 2018

Join us for the SJSU Adobe Day 2018 on March 1, 2018. At this event, we will:

  • 12:00 p.m. connect to SJSU Adobe support resources with Jennifer Redd
  • 12:05 p.m. review available Adobe resources and discuss new features with Liz Arias
  • 12:35 p.m. design using Adobe XD with Demian Borba
  • 2:10 p.m. create using Adobe Character Animator with Dave Werner
  • 4:00 p.m. listen to and get insprired by Leonardo de la Rocha, Creative Director at Facebook
  • 5:30 p.m. view student design projects that use Adobe applications, and make connections to build our Adobe Community.

 

#SJSUCanvas#SJSUeCampus

Did you know Canvas lets you work ahead?! Oh draft state, draft state, where are thou, my draft state?

Canvas has what is known as a Draft State, which allows content in Assignments, Quizzes, Discussions, Pages, and Modules to exist in an unpublished (draft) state. Unpublished content is invisible to students and excluded from grade calculations!

Below is how to manage Draft State for Assignments.

If you want information on Quizzes, Discussions, Pages, and Modules – click …

Discussions

Quizzes

Pages 

Modules

oh…and #SJSUeCampus is in place to help! Call us! See us! Email us!

Open Assignments

Open Assignments

In Course Navigation, click the Assignments link.

View Status of All Assignments

View Status of All Assignments

On the Assignments Index page, you can view the status of each assignment. Green icons indicate the assignment is published [1]. Gray icons indicate unpublished assignments [2]. You can change the status of an assignment by toggling the published and unpublished icons.

Publish an Assignment

Publish an Assignment

To publish an assignment, click the assignment’s unpublished icon. The hover text will confirm you want to publish the assignment.

Unpublish an Assignment

Unpublish an Assignment

To unpublish an assignment, hover over the assignment’s published icon and view its status. If the assignment can be unpublished, the hover text will confirm you want to unpublish the assignment [1]. Click the icon to confirm.

Assignments with student submissions cannot be unpublished, and the hover text will notify you accordingly [2].

View Status within an Individual Assignment

View Staus within an Individual Assignment

Within individual assignments, the assignment status is shown next to the assignment name.

Publish an Assignment

Publish an Assignment

To publish an assignment, click the assignment’s Publish button. The button will change from gray to green.

Unpublish an Assignment

Publish an Assignment

To unpublish an assignment, hover over the published button for the assignment and view its status. If the assignment can be unpublished, the hover text will confirm you want to unpublish the assignment, and the button will change from green to red. Click the button to confirm.

Assignments with student submissions cannot be unpublished.

Assignments Student View

Assignments Student View

Students cannot see any of the actions involved with Draft State, such as published and unpublished icons and setting icons. Students will only see published assignments, which are posted in gray text

Did you know Canvas can save you time?!

The Gradebook helps easily input, manage, and release grades.

The Gradebook has two views.

  • In Default View, you can see all students and assignments at the same time.
  • In Individual View, you can assess one student and one assignment at a time.

Both views retain the same settings.

You can switch views at any time.

Watch this 7minute video! Save 700minutes down the line!

https://community.canvaslms.com/videos/1112-gradebook-overview-instructors