Adobe Creative Cloud (a.k.a. Adobe CC) is a unified suite of powerful applications for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and more. The most commonly used include:
Current students, faculty, and staff have access to the Adobe suite when using Luther-owned computers. Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Acrobat are pre-installed on lab/classroom computers, while faculty/staff workstations come with Photoshop and Acrobat. Students who want to use other applications in the Creative Cloud suite should visit the Digital Media Center on the lower level of Preus Library (100A) where many more applications are available. Faculty and staff who need other applications from the suite should contact the Technology Help Desk.
The first time you use an Adobe Creative Cloud application on a given computer, you’ll need to sign in using your Norse Key. Choose to “Sign in with an Enterprise ID”, using your Luther email address, as shown in the following instructional video:
To learn how to use applications from the Creative Cloud suite, we recommend Adobe’s own tutorials or LinkedIn Learning, a vast collection of how-to videos available to current Luther students, faculty, and staff. If you’d like hands on assistance, the Digital Media Center can help.
Because Luther College is part of the Iowa Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (IAICU) Adobe ETLA, Luther faculty and staff can be assigned a Named User license which allows them to be logged in to up to 2 machines running Creative Cloud for which they are the primary user. Those who are interested in this option need to contact the Technology Help Desk.