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Personal Use Software - Kivuto "OnTheHub"

Personal use software is available through Kivuto, a CSU-approved partner web store that offers and administers personal use versions of CSU, Cal Poly and academic software. 

  • Title availability is dependent upon your Cal Poly role (e.g., faculty, staff or student). Emeritus are not eligible under Cal Poly and CSU licensing agreements.
  • Before visiting the Kivuto "OnTheHub" website, please follow the instructions at How to Download Academic Use Software to see if you have access to automatically download the software as part of your Cal Poly role or program.
  • Kivuto site software is intended for academic use. 
  • Cal Poly employees should contact their local tech support before downloading software on their Cal Poly computer. Contact the ITS Service Desk for general questions.
  • It is your responsibility to carefully read and comply with the license agreement (e.g., personal and "work at home" use rights; management of installation codes). 
  • Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (previously Microsoft Imagine Premium) is available via Kivuto.

How to Download Software from the Kivuto "OnTheHub" Website

  1. Go to calpoly.onthehub.com.
  2. Log in with your Cal Poly username and password. Click the Login button.

    Portal log in with Cal Poly username and password
  3. Select the software you want to download either by using the Product Search bar or by selecting your role (Students or Faculty/Staff), then Adobe, Microsoft, IBM, or More Software.

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  4. Depending on the piece of software you are purchasing, click the Add to Cart or Get it now button.
  5. Depending on the piece of software you are purchasing, click the Checkout or Buy now button.
  6. You may be asked to Accept a licensing agreement for the software.
  7. You may be asked to enter your Contact Information and Payment Method (credit card or PayPal) to complete your purchase.
  8. Download and install your new software.

Support

Need help? Click the "Help" link in the upper right-hand corner of any Kivuto web page or visit the Kivuto "OnTheHub" support page.

Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

PLEASE NOTE: Effective February 13, 2018, Microsoft automatically transitioned Microsoft "Imagine Premium" to the new Microsoft "Azure Dev Tools for Teaching". The only change is the name of the subscription program.

Students and faculty now have the option of accessing Microsoft software via Kivuto "OnTheHub" or via the new Microsoft "Azure Dev Tools for Teaching" portal.


Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is a program that supports technical education by providing access to Microsoft software for learning, teaching and research purposes. Follow the How to Download Software from the Kivuto "OnTheHub" Website instructions above to download.

Azure Dev Tools for Teaching provides Microsoft professional-level developer and designer tools at no cost to currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff in the colleges that support academic instruction. It gives educators the resources to ensure instructional areas have the latest technologies to challenge, motivate, and keep students engaged in new ways.

Additional software title information is available at the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching website.

Product Categories include:

  • Operating Systems (e.g., Windows 10)
  • Developer & Design Tools (e.g., Visual Studio)
  • Applications (e.g., Project, Visio)
  • Servers (e.g., R Server, SQL Server)

Notes

  • All Cal Poly colleges are "STEM-qualified" for Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.
  • Azure Dev Tools for Teaching is administered through Kivuto.
  • Microsoft has a long-standing relationship with higher-education and Kivuto. Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching was previously known as "Microsoft Imagine Premium" (and prior to that as "MSDN-AA" (Microsoft Developer Network-Academic Alliance).
  • Kivuto is a CSU-approved partner WebStore that offers and administers personal use versions of CSU, Cal Poly and academic software. Visit calpoly.onthehub.com.
  • Title availability is dependent upon your Cal Poly role (e.g., faculty, staff or student). Emeritus are not eligible.
  • Azure titles are at no cost. License agreements vary by title.
  • Titles are intended for academic use (e.g., teaching, developing, supporting, conducting, or taking courses; non-commercial research; design, development, testing, and demonstrating software programs).
  • It is your responsibility to carefully read and comply with the license agreement (e.g., personal and "work at home" use rights; management of installation codes).
  • Learn more about the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching License Agreement.

License Notes

  • Students, faculty, and staff may use the software only to teach, develop, support, conduct, or take courses, lab, or programs offered; in non-commercial research; or to design, develop, test, and demonstrate software programs for the above purposes. 
  • Students, faculty, and staff may make one additional copy of the software on their personal computer or other device solely for the use as a backup copy, provided that their use is pursuant to these terms.
  • Azure subscriptions and software may not be shared, transferred, resold, assigned, or used to develop or maintain administrative or IT systems. 

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