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Sept. 25: Intro to Adobe Photoshop

Are you a graduate student who uses digital imagery (photos, data visualizations, and others) in a master’s thesis, master’s report, or doctoral dissertation (in an ETDR application)? Are you a faculty or staff member who integrates photographs into slideshows, imageset, or videos?

“Intro to Adobe Photoshop” is scheduled 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, on Zoom at this URL.  This session introduces Adobe Photoshop as the leading software for editing and creating raster images (although it can output vector ones, too). This session will introduce the general graphical user interface (GUI) for this software. Then, it covers some basic uses and shows some walk-throughs of work sequences.

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Availability of Adobe Creative Cloud extended to July 6

Adobe is extending the end date for the temporary at-home access to Adobe Creative Cloud through July 6, 2020. There is no action required on your end. The access will continue automatically. For more information, view the Knowledge Base article provided by Adobe and adapted for K-State.

For additional information about software available to K-Staters and provisions extended due to COVID-19, visit the ITS Software page.

Help resources

Adobe Creative Cloud available to students, faculty and staff

Adobe is making temporary at-home access to the Creative Cloud Suite available until May 31, 2020. View the Knowledge Base article provided by Adobe and adapted for K-State here.

For the majority of students, faculty, and staff, to access the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite from your computer or laptop, sign in here https://creativecloud.adobe.com with your K-State.edu email address.

For those individuals who have an existing named license, they continue to sign in as they have in the past using their @ksu.edu Adobe ID. This process will allow named license users to access their cloud files and saved settings.

Also, through May 31, 2020, Adobe is making web-based PDF tools available for free from Adobe.com.

For additional information about software available to K-Staters and provisions extended due to COVID-19, visit the ITS Software page.

Need help? For self-help, view the IT Knowledge Base articles. Need more help, contact the IT Help Desk 785-532-7722 or your local IT support staff.

K-State software licenses page is being updated

As we continue to navigate our way through teaching, learning, and working remotely, the information on K-State’s Software Licenses webpage will be updated with new information about the use of software on your K-State computer or your personal computer. Many of our software vendors are offering free access to their products through the end of the semester.

The page will continue to be updated throughout the semester. Need help? For self-help, view the IT Knowledge Base articles. Need more help, contact the IT Help Desk 785-532-7722 or your local IT support staff.

Adobe enterprise license renewed for K-State computers

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Add a little color to your courses or a pop to your presentations with Adobe Creative Cloud! Information Technology Services is continuing the Adobe Enterprise license agreement Aug. 1, 2016 through July 31, 2017. Continue reading “Adobe enterprise license renewed for K-State computers”

Free workshops: Film making, audio recording, graphic design, photo editing, and more

MDC logoStudents and faculty/staff are invited to participate in hands-on multimedia workshops on Tuesday evenings from Feb. 9 to March 29.  These are offered each semester by the Media Development Center. No enrollment is needed; just stop by 213 Hale Library at the times and dates below.   Continue reading “Free workshops: Film making, audio recording, graphic design, photo editing, and more”

Adobe Acrobat to be discussed at Nov. 12 iPad User Group meeting

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This month’s iPad User Group meeting will focus on Adobe Acrobat on the iPad. The meeting is noon – 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, in Room 21 Bluemont Hall. Topics we’ll cover:

  • how to open and view PDF documents from your mail, web browser, or cloud services
  • filling in forms
  • commenting in and annotating documents
  • using this app with an Adobe Document Cloud (DC) subscription/K-State Acrobat Pro license:
    • creating, editing, and organizing pages
    • exporting to other formats

Join us! Bring your questions and your lunch!

Please see our iPad User Group website for more information/resources.

K-State now has an Adobe Enterprise License

Information Technology Services is pleased to announce the availability of an Adobe Enterprise License for K-State. Through the agreement, Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Acrobat Pro will be available to campus units for a fee.  See the Adobe Licenses for K-State Units site to learn more. 
 
Named and device licensing is available. A named license would be associated with a faculty/staff member in a K-State unit. A device license is associated with each piece of hardware in a computing lab, etc.  Units can request a named and/or device licenses submitting the Adobe License form

In conjunction with our Adobe Enterprise License, a work at home agreement also is available for faculty/staff for $9.75 per year.  Students can also obtain Adobe products for $19.99 per month per year. See the Software Licenses site to learn about these options.

For additional information about the Adobe Enterprise License, contact adobe@ksu.edu.