HBCUs: High-Impact Practices to Address Social Injustices - S287

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  • Dr. Jack Monell

    Dr. Jack Monell

    Associate Professor of Justice Studies & ADOBE Creative Campus Faculty Fellow, Winston-Salem State University


Join Jack Monell, associate professor of Justice Studies at Winston-Salem State University and Adobe Creative Campus Faculty Fellow, as he demonstrates how high-impact practices and use of technology tools empower students to combat social injustices. Discover how Jack’s WSSU students use Creative Cloud, specifically Adobe Spark, Premiere Rush, and Portfolio, to engage in scholarly activism through various assigned projects. 

In this session, you’ll explore:

  • WSSU’s work on digital literacy and its impact on social justice
  • What high-impact practices (HIPS) are
  • Social justice at WSSU
  • Incorporating Adobe Spark into the curriculum

Technical Level: General Audience

Session Type: Session

Category: Creativity in the Classroom

Track: Education

Audience: Educator

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