Video: The Skills for Future Career Success

‘Inspire and empower the next generation’

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution begins to transform the workplace, 97 per cent of educators believe that students will work in jobs that do not yet exist. Because of that, the way that students are educated is more important than ever.

Watch “The Skills for Future Career Success” – Adobe’s higher education presentation at Bett 2019, in which Tacy Trowbridge, Adobe’s head of global education programs, talks about teaching creativity and problem solving to help prepare students for the jobs of the future, addressing the job market’s talent shortage and the Adobe Education Exchange.

Trowbridge is joined by Andy Beggan, dean of digital education at the University of Lincoln, who explains how Lincoln has used digital tools to create, collaborate and communicate.