Tech Spotlight: Adobe Creative Cloud Available to Faculty and Staff at No Charge
Do you have a creative side? As a reminder, Adobe Creative Cloud is available to all faculty and staff on up to two devices using their UARK account.
To get started, visit CreativeCloud.com, click Sign In and enter your UARK email address. Once logged in, faculty and staff can install any of the more than 30 applications that make up Creative Cloud, including Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Spark. Additionally, your account provides access to cloud storage and premium fonts.
Work at home licenses are also available for $9.75 per year for faculty and staff to install Creative Cloud on personal computers. To purchase work at home licenses, visit uark.onthehub.com. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Students can purchase Creative Cloud subscriptions for their personal computers. One-year subscriptions are $60 and are available at uark.onthehub.com.
On-demand training for Creative Cloud applications is available from LinkedIn Learning, an online library of high-quality instructional videos on a variety of skills and technology, available to University of Arkansas students, faculty and staff at no individual charge.
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