How to get an audition in Arizona
The Arizona State Auditor’s Office says that Adobe Systems, Inc., is the largest company in the state that is auditing its schools and auditing students with a degree.
But the audit has some problems.
In its audit of Adobe, the auditor found that the company does not offer an online, online, or online-only credentialing process for students, instead offering only a two-step process.
The process involves the company requiring students to complete an online survey and providing the survey results electronically, a process Adobe claims is “an effective way for students to gain access to Adobe’s online learning offerings.”
The audit found that Adobe did not use its proprietary audit technology to verify the accuracy of the survey responses, or to verify that students are able to complete the process electronically.
“Adobe’s online credentialing system was not designed with student feedback in mind and is a potential threat to students’ access to the digital learning environment,” the audit said.
The audit also found that students did not receive a response to their survey until after they completed the online portion of the credentialing.
The online process was also not transparent, according to the audit.
“We were able to obtain some of Adobe’s responses through third-party sources, and the responses were incomplete,” the auditor wrote.
“Our concerns with Adobe’s credentialing processes, and especially with regard to its online credential system, remain unchanged.”
Adobe is a large software company with more than 30 million customers worldwide.
The company has been under scrutiny for its credentialing practices in recent years, with students at the University of Washington, the University at Albany, the U.S. Army Academy and the University in California all accusing the company of being unfair to them.
The school of business at the university also sued Adobe for breach of contract and negligence.
Adobe, which has also been sued by the state of California and the state’s attorney general, denies wrongdoing.
Adobe’s website now redirects to a page that offers a link to a certification guide for the Adobe Professional Certificate in Education (APCEDE) and other certificates.
“I’m still learning, so I don’t really want to take it personally,” said one student, who asked to remain anonymous.
“It’s frustrating, but I don