Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating courses and curriculum, part of Adobe Connect Essential Training.
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In addition to hosting live meetings,…Connect also gives you the ability to create individual…courses or classes that you can assign to users…and which they can watch on their own schedule.…This is great for creating training materials…that you or someone else might otherwise…have to present live and in person.…Instead, you can create a course or even…collect several courses in…two curriculums and assign them…to the people who need to watch them.…So, in this chapter, I'd like to…go over the basics of doing just that.…Here from my "Connect Home" page,…I'll click, "Training",…and let's start by taking a look at how to…create a course which is a single class in Connect.…
I'll click, "New Course".…So, this new course page looks a lot like…the page we see when we create a "New Meeting".…There are several fields here though…that are unique to classes.…The only required field is the "Course Name".…So, let's say I'm creating a course for…my company's sales team, and I'll call this…"Sales Orientation".…Now, for your own records, you can…
- Creating meetings, users, and groups
- Setting up audio
- Passcode protecting a room
- Video conferencing
- Recording and editing meetings
- Managing participants
- Sharing your screen
- Creating break-out rooms
- Working with the Chat pod
- Polling your audience
- Creating courses and curriculum with Connect
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating Meetings
2. Managing Participants
3. Basic Presenting
4. Optimizing the Presentation Experience
5. Connect for Elearning
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