learninginhandAdobe Spark Page is available as a web-based app for computers and an iOS app for iPad and iPhone (it used to be named Adobe Slate). Spark Video is free, but it does require logging in with Google or through email with an Adobe ID. Use Adobe Spark Page to make an elegant web page by adding any combination of headings, text, quotes, hyperlink buttons, and images. After creating a page in the app, you can publish it online to Adobe’s website. Your story is given a URL that you can share with anyone or post anywhere. Adobe Page’s published “web stores” are great for things link photo journals, event recaps, portfolios, book reviews, documenting experiments, photo galleries, visual handouts, etc. Webpages generated with Adobe Slate do look gorgeous. When you scroll the page text slides around and images subtly move. Spark Page’s 13 professionally designed themes keep you from worrying about font, color, and animation choices. A simple click gives your entire web story a different look.
- learninginhandOften elementary classrooms use one Adobe ID to log into multiple computers and devices. While multiple logins do work, just know that students will be able to edit and delete each other’s pages.
- learninginhandLike Spark Video, Adobe’s in-app creative commons image search doesn’t seem to have the best filtering. #edtech #teachersofinstagram
- aroundtheresourceroom@learninginhand is this like a blog? Or do kids just occasionally update the page with new information and the old one is deleted?
- learninginhand@aroundtheresourceroom Adobe Spark Page makes a single page, but you can make as many pages you like. The pages aren't linked together like a blog, so Spark page is more like an online brochure or newsletter.
- helloteacherladyI adore Adobe Spark! (though I preferred when it was called Slate!)
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