THE ConnectFilling the digital literacy gap with Adobe

Filling the digital literacy gap with Adobe

Adobe and Times Higher Education


Our programme of worldwide activity, headed by our flagship annual Times Higher Education ​World Academic Summit and a regular series of regional summits, brings together pre-eminent global thought leaders across higher education, research, industry and government to share best practice and innovation in the development and leadership of world-class universities and research.​ 

Our events are the essential forum for leaders from across the academic community to meet and shape the future for international higher education governance and innovation. Alumni of our World Summit Series join a global network of outstanding presidents, vice-chancellors, chief executives and decision-makers to learn, interact, create and share knowledge and experience for the benefit of all.​ 

As the company behind the world’s most influential university ranking, and with five decades of experience as a source of analysis and insight on higher education, we have unparalleled expertise on the trends underpinning university performance globally. 

Our content reaches an extensive audience, including:

  • 42 million annual web visitors
  • 3 million monthly readers
  • 62,000 Facebook followers
  • 308,000 Twitter followers

Our partner

Multinational computer software company Adobe has developed a portfolio of tools that empower students to communicate and think creatively, equipping them with the digital skills needed for future career opportunities.

With Adobe Creative Cloud’s career-relevant digital tools for creative and persuasive communications, students across all disciplines can actively participate in the classroom and graduate with digital skills for the workplace. Adobe is committed to helping institutions incorporate digital tools into the curriculum with resources such as free professional development and teaching modules.

How we work together
A multi-year content campaign including sessions at THE events, a dedicated digital research hub featuring promotional articles that boost engagement and promote Adobe’s passion for digital literacy and creative skills.

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