Learn More About Readability at
Adobe MAX 2020
(an online-only event, free for everyone)
Adobe officially announced that its largest annual conference, Adobe MAX, would be moving online. The company promises to make Digital MAX 2020 “one of the most immersive, imaginative, and innovative digital events of the year” that will be “open to everyone at no cost.”
And, Readability is on the MAX agenda this year!
On Tuesday, October 20th MAX attendees can learn about Readability from Rick Treitman, Entrepreneur in Residence, Adobe, and research partners Dr. Ben Sawyer of the University of Central Florida, and Dr. Shelley Rodrigo of the University of Arizona.
This Changes Everything:
New Approaches to Reading
Join Adobe and our research partners from Readability Matters, LabX at the University of Central Florida, and the Writing Program at the University of Arizona to learn about our research into how the use of custom reading formats can make dramatic changes in how students learn to read. In this session, you’ll learn about:
- How to customize your students’ reading experiences with a couple of clicks using free Acrobat Reader
- Readability Matters and how small changes to formatting can yield big results
- New research into how font choice and spacing affect reading for everyone
- Our Virtual Reading Lab and how you can use it with your students
- University of Arizona’s research into helping students determine their optimal reading formats
Adobe is offering the digital Max 2020 conference at no charge.
Register at: Adobe MAX—The Creativity Conference, October 20–22
And sign up to attend session S6826 – This Changes Everything: New Approaches to Reading
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