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Mar 23, 2020

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I have about 200 students who use about 40 computers at our College that can no longer use them because they are under quarantine. I was just wondering if Adobe has already stepped up to the mark by perhaprs giving these students free 2 or 3 month trials (they would have been using the College's subscription anyhow if they were all here as per normal) while they are all in quarantine.

 

Feedback appreciated.

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Adobe is providing "free" access to its Creative Cloud apps only if you are in education as a teacher or student. For institutions that give students access to Creative Cloud apps through on-campus computer labs, Adobe is enabling those students to work remotely for 60 days through a temporary "at home" access. This has to be set up through the school.

https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/covid-19-education-labs.html

Adobe is also providing free 90-day trials/access to Connect, which is their web conferencing service. This is available to individuals and businesses and educational institutions. The trial limits the number of people who can participate in a web conference.

https://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect/trial.html

Be very careful to read the license agreements and any information on terms before accepting the license for the trial. It is your responsibility to cancel the trial before it ends if you do not intend to subscribe. Adobe automatically starts billing you once the trial ends, and Adobe also automatically rolls subscriptions over each year. Most subscription plans have an introductory pricing that is only good for the first year; the price will increase after the end of that year.

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College subscription useless (COVID19)

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I have about 200 students who use about 40 computers at our College that can no longer use them because they are under quarantine. I was just wondering if Adobe has already stepped up to the mark by perhaprs giving these students free 2 or 3 month trials (they would have been using the College's subscription anyhow if they were all here as per normal) while they are all in quarantine.

 

Feedback appreciated.

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Correct answer by LinSims | Adobe Community Professional

Adobe is providing "free" access to its Creative Cloud apps only if you are in education as a teacher or student. For institutions that give students access to Creative Cloud apps through on-campus computer labs, Adobe is enabling those students to work remotely for 60 days through a temporary "at home" access. This has to be set up through the school.

https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/covid-19-education-labs.html

Adobe is also providing free 90-day trials/access to Connect, which is their web conferencing service. This is available to individuals and businesses and educational institutions. The trial limits the number of people who can participate in a web conference.

https://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect/trial.html

Be very careful to read the license agreements and any information on terms before accepting the license for the trial. It is your responsibility to cancel the trial before it ends if you do not intend to subscribe. Adobe automatically starts billing you once the trial ends, and Adobe also automatically rolls subscriptions over each year. Most subscription plans have an introductory pricing that is only good for the first year; the price will increase after the end of that year.

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Adobe is providing "free" access to its Creative Cloud apps only if you are in education as a teacher or student. For institutions that give students access to Creative Cloud apps through on-campus computer labs, Adobe is enabling those students to work remotely for 60 days through a temporary "at home" access. This has to be set up through the school.

https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/covid-19-education-labs.html

Adobe is also providing free 90-day trials/access to Connect, which is their web conferencing service. This is available to individuals and businesses and educational institutions. The trial limits the number of people who can participate in a web conference.

https://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect/trial.html

Be very careful to read the license agreements and any information on terms before accepting the license for the trial. It is your responsibility to cancel the trial before it ends if you do not intend to subscribe. Adobe automatically starts billing you once the trial ends, and Adobe also automatically rolls subscriptions over each year. Most subscription plans have an introductory pricing that is only good for the first year; the price will increase after the end of that year.

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