There are three types of Adobe Creative Cloud licence for educational and not-for-profit users, which one you chose depends upon the number of licences you need and the way you wish to use them.
A named licence is for an individual user. Ideal for a teacher or staff member and comes with rights to install a copy at home and work systems. Named licences include Behance, cloud storage and collaboration tools. You can choose a single application or the complete set Creative Cloud applications with a named licence.
A device licence is for a single computer. Device licences are for computers that are shared between a number of users with no log-in required. Online services and storage are not included. You can choose a single application or the complete set Creative Cloud applications with a device licence.
Educational institutions can choose an enterprise licence or ETLA. The ETLA includes all Creative Cloud applications, cloud storage and on-line services. An ETLA becomes cost effective if you are looking at 15 or more licences. Call us to discuss your needs and we can generate a quotation for you.
More details on what is available can be found in this PDF file from Adobe.
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