The tech company responds to the COVID-19 pandemic by waiving fees for students and teachers. Meanwhile, others take advantage of the cancellation loophole.
As schools and colleges close down amid the coronavirus outbreak, Adobe has stepped in to provide students and teachers that are not able to attend classes with free remote access to the Creative Cloud suite. The temporary licenses are currently available up until May 2020, allowing coursework to continue during the self-isolation period.
To access the offer, an IT admin will need to request access on behalf of institutions by completing and submitting this form. At the moment, this will be granted to Adobe education customers. Once the request has been reviewed, administrators are expected to receive a response and access by March 20 or earlier.
Adobe isn’t the only company giving back during the outbreak. Here are a few other tech firms that are supporting communities with free remote access: