eCampus Adobe Ambassadors Program

eCampus Adobe Ambassadors

To support faculty members as they integrate Adobe products into the curriculum, eCampus has developed the eCampus Adobe Ambassadors Program. This program is designed to encourage the development and sharing of promising curriculum enhancement ideas. The goal is to support innovation and experimentation through the adoption of Adobe Creative Cloud applications. 

The program builds upon the principles articulated in SJSU’s Transformation 2030. Specifically, through opportunities to Engage and Educate, Excel and Lead, and Grow and Thrive, participants will gain leadership and cross-campus collaboration experiences.

Faculty participants will showcase Adobe Creative Cloud usage in their curriculum. They will act as Adobe campus advocates and complete the following:

  • Develop curricular materials
    • Two lesson plans tied to learning objectives
    • Five to ten minute video summary
    • Student examples
  • Offer two workshops on a specific curricular integration strategy using Adobe applications
  • Conduct outreach and maintain a log of interactions
  • Complete Canvas course activities
  • Meet with an instructional designer
  • Prepare a final report

SJSU eCampus Adobe Ambassadors 2019-2020

Sherri Harvey San Jose State University 


Sherri Harvey

San Jose State University

Sherri Harvey currently teaches English at San Jose State University and Foothill College. She holds an MA and an MFA. She is an Adobe Digital Ambassador and believes in the power of story, of which Adobe Spark and Premiere Rush have the power to showcase. She spends her days pouring over words, taking pictures, and looking for her next grand adventure. She has published photos and essays in multiple publications. Check her out at

Joanne Rondilla San Jose State University 


Evelyn Thorne

San Jose State University

Evelyn Thorne is adjunct faculty in the Creative Arts Program and the Child & Adolescent Development Department at San Jose State University.  Her work advocates for an expansive understanding of creativity in everyday life and recognizing the impact systems of oppression have on creative development. As a writer, educator, and facilitator, she helps people unlearn misconceptions and limited beliefs about their creative identities.