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Web Conferencing - Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a Web communication system that lets university faculty and staff present lectures and courses online and host collaborative meetings online. An optional plug-in, Adobe Presenter, can be used to enhance an Adobe Connect Web conference.

Adobe Connect

Use Adobe Connect to present and participate in real-time meetings, trainings, events and seminars. Meeting hosts can have interactive presentations that include PowerPoint slides, live and recorded video, Flash animations, live screen-sharing, audio, and two-way text chat. Participants can have real-time discussions using two-way text chat, can brainstorm and collaborate using an online whiteboard, as well as share desktops and applications.

Adobe Connect meetings, trainings, events and seminars can be created and attended on Macintosh/Windows desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Mobile device support includes Apple IOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad), Android devices (selected smartphones and tablets) and Blackberry Playbook. For Adobe Connect 9 system requirements please go to

Adobe Presenter

Use Adobe Presenter, a plug-in that integrates with Microsoft PowerPoint on the Microsoft Windows operating system, to create Flash presentations that include narration, animation, video, interactivity, and quizzes. Presenter is especially helpful for creating self-paced courses, such as online training courses. Quizzes published from Adobe Presenter to Adobe Connect can be delivered to the web, video sharing sites, desktops, and mobile devices.

For high level vendor information on eLearning uses for Adobe Presenter 9, please see

Adobe Presenter 9 is compatible with 32-bit versions of Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2010 and Office 2013. It is also compatible with the 64-bit version of Office 2010. For system requirements please go to

A trial version of Adobe Presenter 9 can be downloaded from Purchase information is available from Software Distribution and Sales.

Last updated June 28, 2013 @ 1:55 pm

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