What is Adobe Creative Cloud?
Adobe Creative Cloud is the latest version of Adobe's suite of products for graphic and Web design. The version of Creative Cloud available through Adobe Campus Agreement is not the same as the commercial version. Check the product descriptions for details.
As part of the University's Adobe Campus Agreement program, departments, faculty and staff can obtain Adobe Creative Cloud (CC), Adobe's suite of software for graphic design, video editing, and Web development, at no additional cost.
The following products are included in the University's contract...
Under the University's 2014 contract with Adobe, UMass Amherst departments, faculty and staff can obtain Adobe software at no additional cost for University-owned computers.
About Adobe Campus Agreement for University-owned Computers
UMass Amherst departments, faculty, and...
The University of Massachusetts Amherst participates in the Adobe Cumulative Licensing Program (formerly Adobe Select Licensing Program), which provides discounted Adobe software that is not available through the Adobe Campus Agreement program (Adobe Creative Cloud). Through Adobe Cumulative, UMass...
UMass Amherst faculty, eligible staff, and GEO graduate students may install software available through the Adobe Campus Agreement on one personally-owned computer. To transfer your Adobe license to a new computer, you must first deactivate it from its original location. Uninstalling the software...
UMass Amherst IT maintains an imaging application available to all UMass Amherst departments (faculty and staff). The imaging system uses ImageNow from Perceptive Software. ImageNow has been used on campus since 2005, with the number of users growing significantly each year....
What are electronic signatures?
An electronic signature is a simple and often legally recognized way to indicate consent or approval on a digital document or form. Unlike electronic signatures, digital signatures are a specific implementation of an e-signature that requires the signer to have a...
Made to help mathematics and STEM teachers and students at all levels, EquatIO® lets everyone create mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs, and more on their computer or Chromebook.
Input’s easy. Type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, with no tricky coding or math...
Adobe eSign (formerly EchoSign) is a cloud-based platform that allows you to send digital documents, such as contracts and forms, directly to signers. Signers can return the signed document electronically and securely through the eSign interface.
Complete Your Account Setup
Once your Adobe Sign...
After January 2nd, 2018, UMass Amherst will be using a new UMass Office 365 web portal. Users will have a new account for Office 365, OneDrive, and Skype for Business.
If you were using OneDrive in 2017, please transfer files from your old account to the new account, using the steps outlined on...
Virtual CloneDrive is a free Windows program that creates a virtual CD/DVD drive on your computer. ISO, BIN, or CCD image files can be mounted on this drive virtually and behave as if they were inserted from a CD/DVD drive.
Virtual CloneDrive is a faster and more convenient alternative to burning ....
SAS created JMP to empower scientists and engineers to explore data visually. With then latest release of JMP Pro, users will enjoy new capabilities, new improvements to the predictive modeling workflow and performance improvements.
Staff, faculty and students of...
Developed by Wolfram Research, Mathematica is a leading computational tool in Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, and the Social Sciences. See the Wolfram Web site for more information and be sure to check Mathematica's system requirements before downloading.
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Developed by Wolfram Research, Mathematica is a leading computational tool in Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, and the Social Sciences.
Mathematica (Student Version) is available at no cost to UMass Amherst undergraduate and graduate students for use on personally-owned...
MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. Developed by MathWorks, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in...
If computers in your department are networked, you likely depend on network server software to perform certain functions, such as file and print sharing. To legally access this server software, a Client Access License (CAL) may be required. A CAL is not a software product. It is a license that...
These license terms apply to your use of all Microsoft software and online services licensed under your volume license agreement.
Your Use Rights. If you comply with your volume license agreement, including these product use rights and the Product List, you may use the software and online services...
UMass Amherst departments, faculty, and staff can obtain Microsoft software and operating systems at no additional cost for University-owned computers through the Microsoft Campus Agreement. This three-year program was created through a contract between UMass Amherst/UMass Amherst IT and Microsoft...
Below is a Microsoft defined list of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) departments at UMass Amherst that qualify for the Microsoft Imagine Program (formerly known as Microsoft Dreamspark) as of January 2015.
Air Force ROTC/Aerospace Studies...
Lab/Research (Operating Systems, Applications & Development Tools)
Departmental office computers used for instructional or research purposes