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==How can I get training on how to use Adobe software?==
 
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Where can I go for training on how to use Adobe software?
 
 
[http://ocmc.oberlin.edu/ Oberlin College Media Center] - located in the Academic Commons in Mudd Center, the OCMC   
 
[http://ocmc.oberlin.edu/ Oberlin College Media Center] - located in the Academic Commons in Mudd Center, the OCMC   
 
[https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html Adobe Learn & Support] - tutorials, manuals, troubleshooting, and more
 
[https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html Adobe Learn & Support] - tutorials, manuals, troubleshooting, and more

Revision as of 10:22, 29 July 2016

Adobe Creative Cloud is a software as a service offering from Adobe Systems that gives users access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography. It includes favorites like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to new tools like Adobe Experience Design CC (Preview).

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is covered under Oberlin College's Adobe Creative Cloud contract?

All active Oberlin College faculty and staff are eligible to download and install Creative Cloud and its related applications on any College-owned computer for free. Students, alumni, retirees, and emeritus faculty are not covered under this contract.

Do the Adobe Creative Cloud applications run in the cloud?

No. The Adobe Creative Cloud applications are installed on and run from individual computers just like previous versions. An internet connection is only required to download the software and for license verification at least once every 30 days. Otherwise, the software can be used offline.

How do I access the applications in Creative Cloud?

The applications are installed and run on your desktop, just like any other desktop application. The first time you download any of the individual creative apps, you automatically download Creative Cloud for your desktop. You use the Creative Cloud desktop app to access, download, and update any of the individual creative applications.

What are the system requirements to run the Adobe Creative Cloud software?

Adobe Creative Cloud software is very resource-intensive and should only be installed on College-owned computers that meet minimum system requirements. Computers that do not meet these requirements may experience slowness and other performance issues as a result.

See Adobe's Creative Cloud System Requirements for the most current information. If you're not sure if your computer meets the requirements, contact the CIT Help Desk for assistance.

Can I use the software I download from Creative Cloud on more than one machine?

Yes. You can download and install Creative Cloud desktop applications on multiple computers, regardless of operating system. However, activation is limited to two machines per individual associated with the membership.

If you install on a third computer, the software will require you to de-activate on the other two computers. You can then reactivate one of the previous two computers, and use Creative Cloud apps on it.

Can I keep Adobe applications on my computer after I leave the College?

No. The terms of the contract require that Oberlin College employees uninstall the Oberlin-licensed Adobe software upon separation from the College.

How can I get training on how to use Adobe software?

Oberlin College Media Center - located in the Academic Commons in Mudd Center, the OCMC Adobe Learn & Support - tutorials, manuals, troubleshooting, and more Adobe TV - video tutorials Adobe for Academics - product and project tutorials for instructors Adobe Education Exchange - instructional and professional development resources for instructors