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Free Adobe CC to students whose Universities that go online for Fall 2020 because of Covid19

Community Beginner ,
Jul 29, 2020

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Thanks, Adobe for providing students free access to software to those Universities who use your product in the labs. This was a lifesaver for the students and demonstrates Adobe's commitment to education. We are in the process of setting up safety measures for fall in efforts to curtail spreading the coronavirus, our University decided to go online. This would require the students to have access to software that would normally be available to them in the lab for free. This presents two problems, it is extremely expensive $50,000 for the Unversity to provide this to the students at home. And unpractical for students to purchase a yearly contract for the software they will only need for 3 months.  I teach a software course (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) which includes Studio Arts Ceramics/Wood/Sculpture, etc students who will not need access to the software after the Fall semester. Would you please consider extending the free software to students for those Universities that provided the software in the labs like you did last Spring? Or, your student plan is a $19.99 yearly contract. Would you consider providing an affordable 15-week semester student contract? This would remedy the problem of students not having the software, and avoid paying a yearly contract for something they can't afford or need. So many businesses are being affected by this coronavirus...it would be a humble gesture to continue to show your support to the students. This sincere gesture from Adobe will tremendously help assist students in their learning experience as we continue to work through this pandemic.

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Free Adobe CC to students whose Universities that go online for Fall 2020 because of Covid19

Community Beginner ,
Jul 29, 2020

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Thanks, Adobe for providing students free access to software to those Universities who use your product in the labs. This was a lifesaver for the students and demonstrates Adobe's commitment to education. We are in the process of setting up safety measures for fall in efforts to curtail spreading the coronavirus, our University decided to go online. This would require the students to have access to software that would normally be available to them in the lab for free. This presents two problems, it is extremely expensive $50,000 for the Unversity to provide this to the students at home. And unpractical for students to purchase a yearly contract for the software they will only need for 3 months.  I teach a software course (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) which includes Studio Arts Ceramics/Wood/Sculpture, etc students who will not need access to the software after the Fall semester. Would you please consider extending the free software to students for those Universities that provided the software in the labs like you did last Spring? Or, your student plan is a $19.99 yearly contract. Would you consider providing an affordable 15-week semester student contract? This would remedy the problem of students not having the software, and avoid paying a yearly contract for something they can't afford or need. So many businesses are being affected by this coronavirus...it would be a humble gesture to continue to show your support to the students. This sincere gesture from Adobe will tremendously help assist students in their learning experience as we continue to work through this pandemic.

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Jul 29, 2020

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I'm afraid you're largely talking to other users here.

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