Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Polling your audience, part of Adobe Connect Essential Training (2014).
- Sometimes in addition to your audience asking you questions,…there will be times when you want to get information from them.…Asking your audience about their experiences or preferences…can help you better customize your presentation for them.…For example, as a technology instructor, I might ask…my audience which operating system they primarily use,…or whether they spend more time…on mobile devices or their desktop computer.…With that information, I can spend more time talking…about the systems they use and are more interested in.…There are a couple of ways you can ask questions…of your audience, such as typing in the chat pod,…but if you have a large group, it'll quickly become…difficult to keep track of all the responses.…
Instead, you'll have a much better experience…using Connect's poll pod.…For this example, I'll create a new layout,…and let's have a plan to bring up this layout…after everyone has entered the room…and we're done with the welcome layout I created.…Go to layouts, create new layout,…and I'll just create a new blank layout,…
- 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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