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Creating a Rubric as an Interactive PDF
This tutorial shows you how to use Adobe Acrobat Pro to add interactive elements to a rubric: •check boxes for recording information, •an automatically calculated score, and •a submit button to send a copy of the completed PDF form to your email. The first step shows you how to convert a rubric created in Microsoft Word into a PDF, though you could use any word processing program capable of exporting to PDF. This activity comes from the Adobe Professional Development Workshop, "Assessing Creativity in Today’s Classroom."
iD Gum ArtCade: 1 Codebase, 18 Games, 3 Platforms, Thousands of Devices
Hear how rehabstudio, a leading digital agency, created ArtCade, a unique gaming platform that lets teens scan art on packs of iD Gum to unlock, play, and share games. We'll be joined by a diverse cast of characters to share with you the production story and tricks behind:• Creating a game platform and 18 games in less than 3 months• Using Adobe Flash technology and Adobe AIR to create native apps for iOS, Android, and Facebook• Using a single codebase for web, iOS, and Android across tablet and mobile• Creating a Facebook scoring and achievement engine• Using Starling for hardware acceleration, sprite sheets, and retina support for iOS and Android