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FETC News: Adobe Promotes Student Licensing Program

Posted Jan 23, 2009
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Adobe Systems Inc. has announced that its new Adobe K-12 Student Licensing Program offers students, teachers and staff at K-12 institutions in the U.S. and Canada the opportunity to purchase Adobe creative software at up to 80 percent off the original software price. Students and faculty at schools that have existing Adobe cumulative licensing agreements and have signed up for student licensing are eligible for this discount.

 

Students can purchase Creative Suite 4 Design Standard for US$199, Creative Suite Web Standard for US$199, Creative Suite 4 Production Premium for US$299 and Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 for US$99.

 

To purchase Adobe software or for schools and districts interested in signing up for student licensing, please visit: http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/openoptions/pdfs/cs4_k12_stu_licensing_datasheet_ue_final.pdf.

Source: Adobe Systems Inc., www.adobe.com


 
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