Creativity

  • Beautifully simple visual storytelling. Now completely free.

    Adobe Spark for Education is now free for all schools and universities, including premium features and the ability to tie login to your school’s existing ID. Start your digital storytelling journey today.

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  • Free creative apps to keep students engaged.
  • Free creative apps to keep students engaged.

     

    Adobe Spark makes it easier than ever to bring creativity into the classroom. With Spark apps, students can share ideas in compelling ways using graphics, visual essays, dynamic presentations, and more. Spark works anywhere there’s a web browser — including on Chromebooks — and it’s free. Learn more about Spark apps and try them for yourself.

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  • The Brit School


    Developing the creative talent of tomorrow

    The BRIT School is the UK’s leading Performing Arts and Technology School – producing globally recognised alumni like Adele, Jessie J, and Spiderman star, Tom Holland, to name just a few. See how they are developing creativity, innovation and collaboration with Adobe Creative Cloud.

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Education webinars and events.


Join free webinars and events to boost creativity in the classroom, inspiring students to build their digital skills.


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Creativity will play a critical role in the future workforce


We asked 509 Gen Z students aged 11-17 and 202 Gen Z teachers from the UK, to tell us how they feel about learning, creativity and the future. The Adobe Gen Z in the Classroom — Creating the Future report is available online to view all the (UK) findings.
 
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75% of students think they will be creating things in their future career
 
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60% of teachers would like the teaching curriculum to evolve to better prepare students for the future workforce
  • Adobe mobile apps for Chromebooks
  • Free teaching resources to ignite creativity in your classroom.


    Adobe Education Exchange is an online community that offers free professional development and teaching materials to educators at all levels
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Simple deployment and easy license management.


Adobe Creative Cloud comes with an Admin Console that makes it easy to manage licenses — whether you need to quickly add or delete users, assign licenses, assign products, or add administrators.

  1. What applications and services are available in Creative Cloud for education customers? What applications and services are available in Creative Cloud for education customers?

    Applications and services vary depending on your Creative Cloud licensing option. See the Education licensing overview for a comparison of applications and services.

  2. What's the difference between a complete and single-app membership? What's the difference between a complete and single-app membership?

    A Creative Cloud for education complete plan includes all the Creative Cloud apps. A single-app plan gives users access to one app, such as Photoshop CC or Illustrator CC. Single-app customers on a named-user license will also have access to 20GB of storage and services such as the ability to sync, share, and collaborate with colleagues and the ability to create a customized online portfolio with Behance ProSite.

  3. Can nonprofit customers purchase Creative Cloud through education licensing? Can nonprofit customers purchase Creative Cloud through education licensing?

    Yes, nonprofit customers are eligible to purchase both Creative Cloud for education named-user and device licenses, and may also be eligible under the ETLA. Contact your Adobe sales representative for more details. Note that individual Creative Cloud memberships do not qualify for nonprofit pricing.

  4. Is there a special offering for primary and secondary schools customers through VIP? Is there a special offering for primary and secondary schools customers through VIP?

    Yes, In order to simplify purchasing of Creative Cloud, we launched the Adobe Primary and Secondary School Site License in October of 2015.

  5. What are the top reasons to migrate from an Enterprise Education Agreement (EEA) to the new Adobe primary and secondary School Site License? What are the top reasons to migrate from an Enterprise Education Agreement (EEA) to the new Adobe primary and secondary School Site License?
    • License Management
    • Primary and secondary schools site license entitlements and other VIP products all in the same administrative console
    • License control with centralized ability to de-activate and redeploy entitlements
    • WAH (work at home) usage managed centrally to ensure compliance
    • Term flexibility 
    • Flexible anniversary date so renewal can match budget
    • Multi-year procurement to accommodate customer needs
    • Communication
    • Automatic notifications for license renewal
    • Operational notifications
    • Product—Immediate access to product enhancements
    • Deployment—Ability to procure as many licenses as needed
    • Future enhancements—Immediate access to any future program or procurement improvements