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Adobe Students 'Office Hours': Andrea Sabia, College Relations Manager for Viacom
Adobe Students ‘Office Hours’ presents a LIVE Q&A with Andrea Sabia, HR Manager for Viacom’s College Relations division. 'Office Hours' connects students who are making it with Creative Cloud to industry leaders that have made it for real-time advice, inspiration and creative collaborations. In this video, we’re connecting students with the gatekeeper to the legendary halls of Viacom. As HR manager, Andrea Sabia is responsible for recruiting, interviewing and placing student interns throughout Viacom's brands. Viacom is a global entertainment powerhouse connecting brands such as MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central with audiences across television, online, games, mobile and so much more. Apply for your own Viacom internship here: http://bit.ly/1nBu6oe
Adobe Creative Cloud: David Sheldrick #madethis
David Sheldrick, a student at the London College of Fashion, explains how he is using Creative Cloud to edit his collection of editorial fashion photos just like the professionals: "With Creative Cloud that's where the journey of the photo begins!" Visit www.adobe.com/go/davidmadethis to find out more about the #madethis campaign and #CreativeCloud.
Let's get physical!
In 1995 Howest,University College West Flanders became a single autonomous Higher Education Institution because of a merger of six prominent institutions of higher education in Flanders. Since then the development within Howest has taken on a fresh impetus and we are now one of the leading providers of higher education in the province. Today about 5600 full-time students are enrolled at Howest pursuing 24 Bachelors and 7 Masters covering a wide range of disciplines. Howest consists of four campuses situated in Bruges and Kortrijk. In this session Wouter Verweirder will talk about how he challenges students in the experimental development course he teaches. Learn how the students have to collaborate to create small installations with arduino’s, kinects and smartphones
The Victorian Virtual Learning Network: Achieving Curriculum Breadth Across Time and Space
Bendigo Senior Secondary College is a Year 11 and 12 school which is Australia's largest provider of senior school curriculum. Since 2009 the college has been developing a project to address the significant challenge of a lack of curriculum breadth for senior school students across the state. These shortages are driven in combination by teacher shortages, lack of critical student mass and tightening of educational funding. In the absence of any contemporary systemic national or state solution, the college has taken the initiative in developing a range of courses which are now being delivered to other schools free of charge through a virtual school model. This presentation focuses on the challenges associated with this work, how they are being addressed and the future of this project.
Susan Villanueva de Guzman, Higher Colleges of Technology at Sharjah Women’s College, Sharjah, UAE
Susan Villanueva-de Guzman is currently working as an Academic Coordinator for Applied Communications program at the Higher Colleges of Technology, at Sharjah Women’s College, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. She has 30 years of professional practice as a designer/artist and has been in the educational Profession for almost 26 years. She completed her Masters in Education in Online and Distance Learning at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.
Lieve Weymeis, KaHo Sint-Lieve
Lieve is Civil engineer (ir.) and professional musician. After years of research in stability of shell constructions she started as a college lecturer in departments of Construction/Real Estate, teaching several technical courses and ICT. In Flanders she is known as a specialist in project management. blended learning and eLearning. As head of the department of Construction she introduced new pedagogical methodologies.
Jan de Coster, Erasmus Hogeschool Brussels, Belgium
Jan De Coster grew up with a vivid fascination for physics, science fiction stories and hacking stuff. In college he realized that all the stories around science were often far more appealing than the theory behind them. In the mid 90's he started on his first multimedia productions en eventually evolved to working in advertising, where he invented stories and games for online campaigns. But soon his interest in virtual worlds tiered, and he started to invent interactive machines in the real world. Besides working in his studio, Slightly Overdone, Jan also started teaching at Erasmus Hogeschool Brussels this year, telling students specializing in "Art & Technology" about the creative side of electronics and the design of interactivity in physical space.
Dale Pearce, Principal, Bendigo Senior Secondary College, Australia
Dale Pearce is the Principal of Bendigo Senior Secondary College, a Year 11 and 12 school of 1750 students which is Victoria’s largest provider of senior curriculum. The College has a national and international reputation for its innovative use of information technologies and development of practices applicable to teaching and learning at senior secondary school level. In addition to membership and leadership of a range of professional networks Mr Pearce is also a member of the Board of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Since 2009 Mr Pearce has been the sponsor of the Victorian Virtual Learning Network (VVLN), which develops high quality, interactive, asynchronous senior school curriculum and delivers it to schools across the state. The VVLN currently delivers Mathematics and Sciences to 28 schools and will add an additional range of subjects in 2014.