|Adobe Connect is one of the most robust tools on the
market for virtual classroom, and it has many features that will
help you to hold interactive and engaging synchronous meetings
with your class. It is also an easy way to record presentations
and hold meetings. This page provides access to on-demand
tutorials and tip sheets to support your preparation for using
Adobe Connect. Your CCIT team is also happy to show you the basics
and to help troubleshoot problems. |
The live workshop schedule is available here.
You can also contact CCIT to arrange department training or stop
in to any of the CCIT labs for one-on-one support.
|Just Starting Out with Adobe Connect? If so - START HERE|
a short list of "how to's" built just for you of videos and helpful
links to look over to get your Adobe Connect meeting off the ground. You
can go from nothing to running a synchronous session in about 20-30
minutes with your students.
First: Perform the Adobe Connect meeting test by clicking the link below. This will test your computer and browser for four key components for a successful meeting experience. You may even want to provide this link to your students so they can perform the test before they enter the meeting room. The page also provides troubleshooting tips.
Second: If you are planning to use Adobe Connect in a current course or organization you need
to add the link to your course navigation (left side) so that your
students or participants will be able to find your meeting. Watch this video that is under 4 min long to get this tool set up in your course.
Third: Get organized just like you would be if you were going to walk into a physical classroom. Have an agenda, make sure all of your content is ready and in one folder - not saved all over your hard drive or connected drives.
Now: You may want to read this PDF about some best practices from Adobe.
Lastly: Test your meeting with a user or two. Make sure all of your content is loaded and works, no plug ins are needed, run the Audio Wizard, etc. Test all your hardware (microphones, web cam - etc.) Have any and all Word documents all ready opened and minimized (or waiting on the second monitor) for when you share your screen. Enjoy & have fun!! That enthusiasm will come through in the meeting.
Join the Clarix Support Team as they cover some of the most common questions facing new, and experienced users of Adobe Connect.
On Demand Tutorials - http://clarix.com/video-tutorials.html
Live Daily Training - http://clarix.com/training-registration.php
The Learning Center includes general information about how to use Adobe
Connect and links to many of the complementary tools developed for Adobe
Connect end users, administrators and developers.
(We may not have some third party items installed)
|TOPIC: Adding Adobe Connect to your course|
This video will show you how to add the Adobe Connect to your class in Blackboard.
|TOPIC: Refresh and Sync Users|
In this video you will see how to sync new users to your course and refresh the user list. This is extremely handy to know during add drop periods.
|TOPIC: Office Hours|
Learn how to make and record an office hour meeting room.
|TOPIC: Sharing the office hour link|
After you have the meeting space for an office hour this video will show you how to communicate out the meeting time and a link.
| ||If you have completed Level 01 Training - click here for the Level 02 documentation. |