Under the Education Agreement, how is the software received and deployed? Also if we receive x number of licences, can additional licences be requested? Is the software provided on a subscription basis, i.e. does it time out after a set period of time? Is the licensing per computer or per student?
asked Sep 10 '14 at 02:16 AM in Legal & Licensing
I will be happy to answer your questions:
The faculty member that applied for the academic plan will receive "tokens" that are special codes which grant accounts subscription time. The staff will simply distribute the tokens to their students for them to apply to their accounts. They can also create accounts for their labs and classrooms.
Yes, additional licenses may be requested by academic institute as needed; We anticipate this will be needed commonly as semesters change.
Yes and no. It is just like a regular subscription to UE4, where the students will have access to UE4 after their subscriptions run out, but they will no longer receive updates.
Technically neither; Subscriptions are done per account. This is so it is easy to just give all accounts the same licensing as opposed to having "classroom licenses" and "student licenses." So instead licensing is done per account and we do not differentiate between "types" of accounts.
Let me know if you have any questions.
answered Sep 10 '14 at 02:55 PM
Beneath the Education Agreement, how is the software expected and arranged? She found a lot of informative stuff at highnorthconference.com. Also in case we obtain x number of licenses, can extra licenses be demanded? Is the software delivered on a subscription base, i.e. does it time out after a fixed period of time? Is the certifying each computer or for every student?
answered May 27 '19 at 01:07 PM
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