Adobe is committed to helping foster the teaching of creative problem solving and improving accessibility for education institutions to its creative tools and services. The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K-12 Site License is exclusively available to K-12 Schools and School Districts in the United States.
This license allows students and teachers to use Adobe Creative Cloud apps like Adobe Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Premiere Pro CC, Illustrator CC, Experience Design CC and more wherever they are and on any device. They no longer need to be in a computer lab to work on their creations.
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The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 Site License is an easy-to-manage, term-based licensing program that gives students, teachers and schools access to the most current versions of Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications, apps and online services. The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 Site License, makes purchasing easier and allows for predictable budgeting under one annual agreement.
How it Works Just count the number of users – students, teachers, and administrative staff to whom you would like to provide a named-user license of Adobe Creative Cloud (minimum 500 user per individual school, or 2500 users for school districts). Order your site license at the incredibly low price of $5 per named user (annual term license fee). The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 School Site License offers a broad range of apps and services including new cloud-based apps such as Lightroom CC and Adobe XD, file sharing and syncing, 2GB of storage, all the latest mobile apps, Behance and access toadvanced 24/7 tech support and product experts to get you up and running fast. Authorized Reseller: Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 Site License is available through authorized Adobe education resellers. Genesis Technologies Inc. is an Adobe Authorized Gold Education Reseller.
What Adobe creative products are included with the Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 Site License?
All Adobe Desktop Apps – including Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Indesign, Adobe XD, Premier Pro, After Effects, Dimension, Acrobat Pro, Dreamweaver, Adobe Muse, Animate (formerly Adobe Flash), Adobe Audition, Lightroom Classic, Character Animator, Spark, Adobe Bridge, Media Encoder, InCopy, Prelude, Story Plus and Fuse.
The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K-12 Site License also offers cloud-based apps such as Lightroom CC and Adobe XD, file sharing and syncing, 2GB of storage, all the latest mobile apps, Behance and access to advanced 24/7 tech support and product experts to get you up and running fast.
Can our district purchase an Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 School Site License and distribute licenses to multiple schools?
School districts may purchase an Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 District Site License to cover multiple schools within the District. District Licenses are sold with a 2500 license minimum per purchase for each district.
Are there security protections for schools and younger students?
The Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 License can be safely deployed to students of any age in a manner consistent with COPPA, FERPA and other legislation. Adobe has also taken precautions to protect younger audiences from inappropriate content and interactions. Adobe hasremoved the public sharing option in Behance to ensure that work cannot be discoverable, and also blocked certain images from search functionality in both Creative Cloud and Adobe Spark.
Do Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 School Site Licenses allow teacher and student home use?
Yes, Adobe Creative Cloud Named User K12 School Site Licenses are designed to encourage teacher and student home usage. License are assigned to each individual user, and the user would simply log in with their school assigned ID to use their license on any computer. Named User licenses allow teacher and students to log in and access Adobe’s apps and services from anywhere and on any device.
Can Named User licenses be re-assigned to a new student or teacher when students graduate or teachers leave?
Yes, a license can be re-assigned in the Admin Console to a new student when the former student no longer needs the license. Adobe Creative Cloud Named User licenses are managed in the Adobe Admin Console. Users are identified by their first and last name and by their email address. You can remove licenses from users or groups of users one at a time, by uploading a spreadsheet of users to remove/add, or by setting up sync to a database where you keep your student roster.