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Digital Scholarship Center: Getting Started with Adobe Spark

Information about the resources in the Digital Scholarship Center

Adobe Spark: Getting Started


Adobe Spark is an online (currently free) tool that allows you to easily create graphics, printable media, web pages, and short videos using supplied templates. The user has significant control over their creation, including changing layout, colors, fonts, size, and images. The system is straightforward to use, providing beginners and more experienced designers a quick and easy method to create a wide variety of media. Files can be downloaded and printed, or shared through social media.

The system requires you to enter your Rowan credentials. To start exploring and creating with Adobe Spark, please the following tutorial.


  1. Go to: and select Login (Upper right of the window)

  2. You will then be taken to this page. Select "Log in with school account."

    This graphic shows how the welcome page

  3. Enter your Rowan email address.

    This graphic shows how to enter your email address.

  4. Select the "Company or School Account" option

    This graphic shows how to select an acount.

  5. Enter your Rowan credentials

    This graphic shows how to enter your Rowan credentials.

    If you are not using your own computer, you will likely be forwarded to Rowan's Duo system. After you enter your Duo information you will be directed to the Adobe Spark Interface.

  6. The Adobe Spark Interface.

    This graphic shows The Adobe Spark main page.

From here you can create a new project by selecting one of the preconfigured options or by selecting the "Create a Project" button.


See our next Adobe Spark tutorial: Create a Project with Adobe Spark