Overview

A year ago, who would've thought that it is possible to create a movie remotely -- starting from filming, editing, adding animation among others -- or launch a new spring collection at a virtual fashion show. Creativity has come a long way from just sketching on the drawing board or creating a clay model to using online tools. In fact, the proliferation of digital not only allow students to use various contrivances to create the right product -- it further helps in developing problem-solving skills. In today’s world, these skills are a must as it helps in preparing students to handle all kinds of challenges. With Adobe Essential Education webinar, we will find out how digital literacy will prepare students to have an evolved thought process that will allow them to handle difficult situations.

Key Topics

Shift in Paradigm

Switching from physical to virtual

The infrastructure play

Upscaling the tech specification

Developing best practices

Strategies and processes to incubate the shifting paradigm

Need of the hour

Digital literacy for all

Who should attend

Directors

of Educational Institutions (public & private)

Chancellors / Vice Chancellors

from Educational Institutions (public & private)

Deans / Associate Deans

from Educational Institutions (public & private)

Registrars / Academicians

from Educational Institutions (public & private)

Representatives from State Universities

(Public, Deemed Universities, State Private Universities)

Representatives from Central Universities

(IIMs, IISc, IISERs, IITs, IIITs, NITs, Association of Indian Universities, NAAC, Councils, etc)

Taking Creativity Online

Speakers

Anant Chakradeo

VC, MIT ADT University (MIT Institute of Design)

Hrridaysh Deshpande

VC, Ajeenkya D Y Patil University

Chaitanya Chinchlikar

CTO & Head of Emerging Media, Whistling Woods International

Supreeth Nagaraju

Head Education , Digital Media - India & South Asia - Adobe (Moderator)

Sabu Thomas

VC, Mahatma Gandhi University

Jitin Chadha

Director,  Indian Institute of Arts and Design

Malini V Shankar

VC, Indian Maritime University