Adobe has an excellent support website, including troubleshooting tips, tutorials and more. You can access the Adobe Help Center using the following link:
Adobe Help Center: https://helpx.adobe.com.
If you are having trouble logging in, or you need additional help not covered at the Adobe Help Center, please contact the Technology Support Center.
- Phone: (309) 438-4357
- Email: email@example.com
- In-Person: Julian Hall 115 (Weekdays 8:00am – 6:00 pm, Weekends: 12:00pm – 3:00pm)
Additionally, several articles regarding Adobe software has been posted on the IT Help Center page. You can access this resource using the link below. Simply search for “Adobe” to view articles about this software package.
IT Help Center: https://help.illinoisstate.edu
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Free courses, workshops & teaching materials. Connect with the creative education community.
Adobe Creative Cloud Across the Curriculum is a new kind of resource for learners who increasingly work in digital realms, students who are likely to produce media and not just consume it, and future professionals who read, write, think, and communicate in digital, networked environments.
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