MEECELA

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Adobe Enterprise
License Agreement
(ELA)
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White Master
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MEEC Consortium
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Adobe Enterprise
License Agreement
(ELA)
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White Master
5.5” Tall & 4.3” Wide
Paul Faust
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Molly Aiken
[email protected]
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Contacts
Bell Techlogix
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Bryan Zatkulak - [email protected] - 888-989-8560
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Dana McNeil - [email protected] - 877-394-7900
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USM Institutions and JHU Affiliates
All K-12 Private Schools and K-12 Public Schools M-Z
Lisa Goolsby - [email protected] - 877-213-5990
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Community and Private Colleges, and K-12 Public Schools A-L
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Janet Immink - [email protected] - 888-423-5533
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Sarah Taggart - [email protected] - 800-962-3550
Adobe Systems
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Paul Faust, Territory Account Manager - [email protected], 202 431-5153
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Kathy Traynor, Inside Sales Representative - [email protected], 206 675-7498
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Today’s Trends in Education
DECREASING
BUDGETS
INCREASING
DEMAND
worldwide
for access
CHANGING
EXPECTATIONS
for delivery of education
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Trends: 21st Century Skills: Conference Board Study
What are the most import skills today
when hiring College graduates?
What skills and content areas will be
growing in importance in the next five
years?
Oral Communication
95%
Critical Thinking
78%
Team Work Collaboration
94%
IT Application
77%
Written Communication
93%
Team Work/Collaboration
74%
Critical Thinking
92%
Creativity/innovation
74%
Writing
90%
Diversity
67%
Language
88%
Leadership
67%
Reading Comprehension
87%
Oral Communication
65%
Leadership
82%
Mathematics
49%
IT Application
81%
Writing
45%
Creativity
81%
Reading Comprehension
41%
Mathematics
64%
Science
39%
Science
33%
Language
33%
Source: “Are they really ready for work?” report by Partnership for 21st Skills, Conference Board, Corporate Voices for Working families, Society for Human resource Management, 2006
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2009 21st-Century Campus Report
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Students are producers, not just consumers of digital media
College Student Computer Activities
The ECAR Student of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2009
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Three Primary Categories of Digital Skills in Education
Digital Communication
Skills
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Professional Digital
Skills
Sharing
Showing
Storytelling
Contributing
Presenting
Posting
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Designing
Visualizing
Analyzing
Authoring / Scripting /
Coding
• Producing
• Publishing
Programming
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Scripting
Coding
DB Analysis
Programming
Application
development
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Jobs requiring skills with Adobe Technologies
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Adobe & MEEC ELA Offering
Foundational
• Design Premium
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Master Collection
Optional
Resources
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Adobe Photoshop
Elements
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Adobe Premiere
Elements
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Adobe Captivate
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Total Training Online
training license
ISTE-aligned Digital
Careers Curriculum
 Adobe
Education
Exchange and Adobe
Education Leader
community
 Adobe
Certifications
 Adobe
Solutions
Implementation Guide
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How will the MEEC ELA work ?
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Term agreement (optional to CLP) with price established for three years with
annual payments
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February 27, 2012 (enrollment deadline February 15)
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July 31, 2012 (enrollment deadline July 15)
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July 31, 2013 (no enrollment in third term)
Members can (and should) maintain concurrent CLP and ELA agreements
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ColdFusion, Lightroom, lab-based video products like Premiere, After Effects and Audition
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MEEC Master Agreement with a customer agreement (Schedule A) is
required
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Enrollment is February 15, 2012
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Includes ‘Work at Home’ Rights for Higher Ed and K-12 faculty/staff
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Includes Upgrade Plan
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Campus wide ELA includes all university owned machines including lab
machines - with an option to add students (July 2012)
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ELA Terms continued
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Campus ELA: FTE Calculation As of the Effective Date full-time faculty +
(part-time faculty ÷ 3) + full-time staff + (part-time staff ÷ 2)=total
faculty/staff FTE
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Higher EDU (Public and Private) required to enroll the entire institution
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Student Enrollment requires the entire student FTE of the institution
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Private K-12 required to enroll the entire institution
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Public High Schools may enroll at 30% of the total district FTE
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Public Middle and High Schools may enroll at 50% of the total district FTE
Student ELA FTE Calculation (Higher EDU Only)
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Full time students + ( part-time students ÷ 2) = total student FTE
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Total Training Online license for faculty/staff is optional
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Bell Techlogix will fulfill the ELA program
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MEEC-specific terms
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Maintenance required in first term; optional in 2nd and 3rd term.
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If maintenance is dropped in 2nd term, no re-adding in 3rd term.
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Dropping maintenance precludes institution from receiving annual
updates to Creative Suite and other licensed titles.
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Non-Renewal of ELA (July 2014)
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All software must be removed and a ‘Letter of Destruction’ must be provided.
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Institutions will be eligible to purchase perpetual licenses at approximately 75% of the
estimated CLP street price. All license purchases must be made within 60 days of the
ELA expiration and must include an accompanying maintenance purchase of identical
quantity. The discount price will be provided to distribution.
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Any institutions that were previously maintaining perpetual licenses via CLP - but are
now licensing the same software titles via this term agreement - will be entitled to the
current version and original quantity of their previously maintained perpetual licenses.
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Why should my institution consider an ELA?
…minimizes the costs and complexity of IT administration
and maximizes your institution’s benefits with:
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Next steps...
Complete ELA enrollment form (http://adobe.ly/meec2012)
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Enrollment deadline: February 15
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Enrollment form provides important information for quoting
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Bell Techlogix contacting interested members
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Next steps...
Adobe to complete ‘Schedule A’ for each member
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Schedule A articulates what products member wishes to license
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Provides list of installment payments and optional renewals
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Next steps...
Signed ‘Schedule A’ to Bell Techlogix by February 17,
2012
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Deadline ensures enough time for processing all members’
orders by beginning of first term (March 1, 2012)
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Adobe to host software deployment webinar for institution IT
leadership
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Pricing details regarding Student Licensing option forthcoming
in Spring 2012
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Contact Bell Techlogix for pricing
Bell Techlogix

Bryan Zatkulak - [email protected] - 888-989-8560


Dana McNeil - [email protected] - 877-394-7900


USM Institutions and JHU Affiliates
All K-12 Private Schools and K-12 Public Schools M-Z
Lisa Goolsby - [email protected] - 877-213-5990

Community and Private Colleges, and K-12 Public Schools A-L

Janet Immink - [email protected] - 888-423-5533

Sarah Taggart - [email protected] - 800-962-3550
Adobe Systems

Paul Faust [email protected], 202 431-5153

Kathy Traynor [email protected], 206 675-7498
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