The enhanced Adobe Creative Cloud for education agreement provides a full suite of software, free of charge, for use at work. The agreement also offers a work-at-home package for only $11.25 per year for personal Windows and Apple computers.
The Creative Cloud suite includes, but is not limited to Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe Edge Animate, Acrobat XI Pro, Illustrator, and a variety of other Adobe products. “The retail value of these products is enormous,” says Chris Robinson, Client Services Manager. “Photoshop alone is around $700 and up, depending on the version.”
IMPORTANT: For University-owned computers, faculty and staff should contact the Solutions Centre to request installation.
To purchase Creative Cloud for home computers, there are some important details interested buyers should know ahead of time.
- The work-at-home software is for personal and professional supplement purchases only, then if you have some remote staff it is a very good idea to use some monitoring software so that you can see what they are doing. We have used this working from home software to check on employees and it’s just brilliant as you not only see what they are doing but it also improves productivity nicely.
- To download, go to https://www.uleth.ca/information-technology/store
- Click on Take Me to the IT Store button. You will be required to log in using your U of L username and password.
- Click on the Kivuto button.
- Click on Start Shopping. The Adobe Creative Cloud icon can be found under the Adobe tab.
Both the download and installation steps can take up to one hour each. It is recommended that the download take place on campus if home internet bandwidth is not high-speed.
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“The best options are to either bring their laptop onto campus to download the software, and then proceed with the installation at home or, if they have a desktop computer at home, download it onto their work computer and copy the installation file onto a 32GB USB key that has a minimum of 16GBs of free space,” says Robinson.
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