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Educators can temporarily grant remote student access to Creative Cloud

Adobe hopes that allowing easier access to its apps will help keep K-12 and college students on track despite the lack of access to computer labs on campus. IT administrators must fill out a form that Adobe will evaluate. Administrators can then grant access by uploading approved users’ spreadsheets into their Creative Cloud management app.

This is probably a good move by Adobe, especially in light of its strange decision to revoke licenses to old versions of its applications last year. Students can continue practicing their creative skills while they are closed at home and messing up Photoshop and Illustrator outside of academic activities could also help kill some boredom.

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