I am looking for statistical data or research supporting the benefits of providing college students access to Creative Cloud software by making the university a "Creative Campus." Does anyone have any tips or leads about where I could gather some information about some of the campuses throughout the United States that have already partnered with Adobe to supply the students with access? For the record, I am seeking this information as part of a technical writing assignment in which I will submit an internal proposal to my university. My group hopes to incite change on our campus through this proposal.
Adobe Education... Start here https://creative.adobe.com/join/edu
Thank you, John. I did try all those locations before I posted this. The problem I am running into is that as a student, a) I am not in a position to request an institutional quote and b) can't find an access point through the support menu options to send an email explaining the information I am seeking. From what I can tell, the support options are for troubleshooting specific programs, not gathering information for a hypothetical university partnership.
Any qualifying student or teacher may join the Creative Cloud individually. They don't have to get it from the school.
As to how many campuses have Adobe Enterprise accounts? I couldn't even guess. You would need to contact corporate headquarters in San Jose, California.
Nancy, from what I have read so far, there are 5 schools who have partnered with Adobe to become "Creative Campuses," granting access to ALL students through their school enrollment. I am trying to get my school to research the feasibility of a similar partnership to increase enrollment rates, student success, and post-grad skill sets. I'll have to see if I can find contact information for San Jose. Thank you for the lead.
You might check with some schools in the program. This is a user forum, by the way.
I found this with Google:
betting the number is very low... schools are all about rules, proxy servers and students can't (porn, facebook etc) in other words creative cloud is not installed and never will be because they can't control it.
imo you would do better to show how a small private setup allows creative cloud to teach [insert anything computer related like game design, marketing or web] and why people are moving away from schools (because they are just child minding centers) for adult learning
I had heard of an arrangement like that for Indiana University Adobe Creative Cloud at IU.
You could probably contact someone in their IT Training department to see if they have any data on the benefits.