While Tableau for Students is only available to those currently enrolled in accredited universities, you can still continue to use Tableau even after your license expires. Tableau Public is a free platform to explore, create and publicly share data visualizations online.
The College has purchased licenses for students who need Creative Cloud for their class assignments this Fall. Students must first be assigned a new license, even if they previously had access. Please contact your instructor for assistance if Adobe Creative Cloud is required for your course.
4. Cengage UnlimitedFor the remainder of the spring semester, schools now have free access to all Gale digital platforms and ebooks through Cengage Unlimited. Gale will also offer webinars and free peer-to-peer advice on how to deliver these online courses. More information is available at cengage.com/covid-19-support.
12. Sidecar LearningUp to May 31, colleges and universities can receive free licenses to use this e-learning tool that teaches students how to research, navigate difficult websites and evaluate information using live web content.
23. CirQliveFor 90 days, schools can gain free access to this integration tool, which plugs the interactivity hole between LMS and web conferencing platforms, and receive free consulting services on how to deploy or scale online learning. Administrators only have to provide how many host licenses are required.
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