For customers to be eligible to purchase academic edition products they must meet the criteria detailed in the Qualified Educational User Definition document.
This document was updated in December 2020 to specifically include CSP as part of the Microsoft Customer Agreement, and now public libraries and public museums are eligible academic customers in the CSP program.
Find the updated document here: http://bit.ly/3bCGNP8, making sure you choose the right one for your region.
The Microsoft Customer Agreement now governs a customer’s purchases through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program, replacing the Microsoft Cloud Agreement, and the April 2020 Product Terms document is updated to reflect this. So, for example, on page 60 it’s stated that rights to install Exchange, SharePoint and Skype for Business Server are included with a Microsoft 365 E3/E5 User SL, but NOT if these licences have been acquired under the Microsoft Cloud Agreement or Microsoft Customer Agreement.
Find the Product Terms documents here: http://bit.ly/MSproductterms.
There’s an updated (April 2019) Microsoft Commerce Experience FAQ which focuses on the new way that customers can buy the Azure services direct from Microsoft through the Microsoft Customer Agreement.
There aren’t major changes to this document, but there is a link included now to view the new Microsoft Customer Agreement.
Find this FAQ in the Volume Licensing Programs section here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.