Free Course Shows Instructors How to Engage with Video Using Adobe Premiere Rush

Posted on: February 24, 2021 | By: Tarah Holland | Filed under: Tech Tips, Blended Instruction, Emergency Remote Instruction, Flexible & Resilient Teaching, Online Instruction

Screenshots of Adobe Premiere Rush on multiple devicesVideo is a great medium for storytelling and also sharing information. If you’ve been thinking about ways to engage students using video, check out the course — Engaging Video Projects in the Classroom, offered free of charge by Adobe Education Exchange.

Designed for beginners, the four-hour course is self-paced and easily accessible using your Elon email login credentials. First, you will enter your full Elon email address. Then, select “Company or School Account,” which will take you to Elon’s single sign-on screen. If you are already logged into the web browser, the single sign-on screen will not appear.

After taking this course, instructors will:

  • Understand the basic principles of Adobe Premiere Rush and learn creative techniques to enhance your workflow
  • Gain knowledge from experienced professionals
    Apply this new knowledge to your own classroom context
  • Gain access to resources to help you create engaging opportunities for your students
  • Learn how to motivate your students by incorporating fun, easy and adaptable video projects in any course

Earn an Accredited Professional Learning Certificate

The learning content in this course will take about three (3) hours, and includes an optional assignment. By completing the assignment and marking the course complete, you will receive a digital badge and a certificate for two (2) hours of accredited professional learning.

Tarah Holland

Tarah Holland is a Digital Content Strategist at Elon University.

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