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Information Services has recently changed their Adobe Site License model. In the past, users obtained software from their IT department, licensed with central license keys. Moving forward, UO employees will have access to Adobe Creative Cloud Named User licensing, which is accessible with your @uoregon.edu email address and password.
These changes have not been officially announced, but they have been implemented and require user action to update licensing and install additional software. For instructions on how to access Creative Cloud, update your existing licenses, and install Adobe...
This article is designed for Four Winds content administrators to guide them through the various content types that are available to display along with highlighting key features for each type.
The list below will be going in order of how the Content Manager Desktop displays them within the user interface.
For any content type that requires storage or referencing a specific file, the file path must be complete and without any drive mapping on your computer. For example:Correct file path: \CASFSPhysicsAdministrativeFour Windspresentation.ppt Incorrect file path: ...
This article is to guide users through the process of both acquiring the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application and signing-in to the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application to install any of the Adobe Creative Cloud applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.) to their computers.
Signing-in to the desktop application will resolve any of the license expiration issues that may arise.
Acquiring the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application
If your computer was setup by CASIT, this application should already be installed on your machine. Go to your computer’s program...
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This article is designed to act as an overview to clarify the cases of fair use of copyrighted content while using YouTube to host videos and a way to find additional resources.
What is fair use?
From Section 107 of the US Copyright Act:
“[…]the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple...