What is Adobe Spark?
Adobe Spark is a web based visual communication platform utilizing design, webpage, and video formats to easily create and share visual stories for SLZ students and teachers. Adobe Spark is built with extra safeguards and workflows that will make it easier to bring powerful storytelling and digital literacy tools into the classroom.
From preschoolers making their own video stories using their own drawings and voice, to middle schoolers turning in research papers that resemble magazine-quality web pages, to clubs and sports teams sharing eye-catching posts on social media.
Adobe Spark for Education ties into existing school login options – Google’s G Suite for Education, Microsoft’s Office 365, etc. Students log into Adobe Spark just as they do any other apps. Logins are used to sync content across devices as well as to backup content to our cloud storage.
To log in, type spark.adobe.com into your URL Box at the top of your browser. Then choose Log in with School Account.
For the sign in option, choose continue with Google and use [email protected] account.
Choose Enterprise ID. Once this has been selected you will see your Adobe Spark dashboard.
Training and Resources
Below list just a few of the resources available and more that can be found in Adobe Spark. Click to each to learn more.
Distance Learning Resources & Project Ideas
Creating and Editing Images In Spark Page
How Do I Collaborate On Spark Projects?
Find available technology training with the Technology Professional Development team. Click here to see recent and upcoming PD’s.