Adobe Education UK (@AdobeForEdu) responds to the news from Education Secretary @GavinWilliamson that extra measures will be put into place to ensure fair exams next summer. Claire Darley, Adobe Vice President for Digital Media in EMEA, comments;
Today, Adobe has announced that Teesside University (@TeessideUni) has become the first European higher education institution to become an Adobe Creative Campus in recognition of its commitment to promoting digital literacy across all courses and areas of study. As an Adobe Creative Campus, Teesside University joins a global network of over 40 higher education institutions including Boston University, Arizona State University, University of Utah, University of Miami and Swinburne University, and will be able to collaborate and share best practice to advance the teaching of digital literacy.
@SkyUK and @Adobe have today launched The Edit, a new digital programme for schools designed to improve the media and digital literacy of 30,000 young people across the UK and Ireland.
With a focus on low-income areas, The Edit will reach and inspire the next generation of media talent by breaking down the industry’s barriers to entry and bridging the digital skills gap, while offering an insight into what a career in the media might look like.
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