The Keynote license agreement is permissive and comes with few restrictions typically seen at the university. All use cases (e.g., commercial research) and roles (e.g., alumni) are allowed to use the software.
The software may not run on any non-Apple-branded computer, and cannot be made available over a network where it could be run or used by multiple computers at the same time. You may not rent, lease, lend, sell, redistribute or sublicense the software.
Individuals at U-M are ultimately responsible for any infringing software on their computers or devices or for violating the terms and conditions of software licenses. Individuals are responsible for reviewing the SPG on Software Procurement and Licensing Compliance.