Information for Sept 1, 2023 – Sept 30, 2023
All existing employee subscriptions have been extended until Sept 30. You do not need to renew any licensing. New employees without licensing can use the self-service portal to get licensing without delay.
BCIT has secured new licensing, and we must transition by Oct 1. To cut-over to the new licensing, IT Services will invalidate all licenses at midnight Sept 30 and provide new offerings in the self-service portal starting on Oct 1.
All employees (including those with new subscriptions issued in Sept 2023) will be required to claim an appropriate license on Oct 1. This timing ensures that Adobe license renewal will not have a significant impact on term-start activities.
There are new products, costs, and licensing outlined in the article below. Please review the article and make sure you select the appropriate product to renew.
The remainder of this article describes the changes that will be in effect on Oct 1, and is posted to assist with institute awareness of the upcoming change and to ease the license transition. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Information for after October 1, 2023 (rest of article)
Adobe Acrobat is an application to view, create, manipulate, print and manage Portable Document Format (PDF) files. You need a BCIT-enabled account with an @bcit.ca email address.
BCIT provides staff with access to one-year subscriptions that run from October 1 to September 30 of each year. Subscriptions expire on October 1st and must be renewed by the individual users via BCIT’s self-service portal.