How to use Adobe Creative Cloud suite in the VLE

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Adobe CC 2018 is available to all Staff, Student, and Faculty. There are many programs available on this desktop:

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Extension Manager
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Animate
  • Adobe Fireworks
  • Adobe Prelude
  • Adobe Audition
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Premier Pro
  • Adobe Bridge
  • Adobe Incopy
  • Adobe Dimension
  • Adobe InDesign

 

Accessing Instructions

Step 1: Sign in to VLE

Make sure you're familiar with how to access the VLE from your computer.  There are articles that show how to connect from WindowsMac, and Google Chrome.  

Open the VLE login page by going to stevens.edu/vle, or by launching the citrix workspace app if you're using the Chrome version. 

Enter your Stevens username (WITHOUT @stevens.edu) and your Stevens password.  Click "Login".

VLE Sign In

 

Step 2: Opening Adobe CC Desktop

Click to open the Adobe CC desktop. Click the install file that's downloaded.

Adobe CC in Citrix

Once you've opened the install file, you with be directed to login into OneDrive. You MUST do so in order to properly save your files. For more information on saving to OneDrive, Click Here

OneDrive Login

The VLE window should now open.

There are various Adobe CC programs available on the desktop. Click on the icon of your desired program.

Adobe CC Desktop

 

To properly exit the VLE, click the Windows Start Menu button, then Shut Down.

Shutting Down VLE

 

Reminder about how to save your assignments and files in the VLE

When using the VLE, make sure to save your files in Microsoft OneDrive, which is part of the Office 365 suite. You can access OneDrive by visiting https://storage.stevens.edu. Log in with your Stevens email address as your username and your Stevens password.

To learn how to save your work and share files with others using OneDrive, please visit this KB article.

If you are having trouble access the VLE through Mac or Windows, try using Chrome to access the VLE.

 

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Article ID: 60571
Created
Thu 8/16/18 4:03 PM
Modified
Thu 4/15/21 12:53 PM