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Learn how to moderate a presenter in Adobe Connect. Presenter training is pre-requisite.

Learn how to moderate a presenter in Adobe Connect. Presenter training is pre-requisite.

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  • 1. Adobe Connect Moderator Training let‘s talk online sprlJanuar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 2. Agenda Presenter Training Moderator Training How to enable Audio / Webcam How to open an Adobe room and how to How to upload files invite participants How to create polls Host/ presenter / user rights How to screenshare Moderator guidelines How to use the webtouring feature and Pods and Pod Options (Q&A)  How to share ones slides at the end of the Layouts presentation Presenter only area How to enable private chat Hosting Training Plug-ins such as youtube plug-in, twitter plug-in Audio and webcam issues Content (admin area) Recordings and statistics Preferences settings Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 3. How to open an Adobe room http://britishcouncil.adobeconnect.com/BCTurkey Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 4. Host/ Presenter/ User rights Host   Hosts can set up a meeting, invite guests, add content to the library, share content, and add or edit layouts in a meeting room. They can promote other participants to the role of meeting room host or presenter, or give enhanced permissions to a participant without promoting the participant. Hosts can start, stop, join, and leave audio conferences. They can also start and stop broadcasting audio into a meeting room. Hosts are able to create and manage small group breakout rooms within a meeting. They can also perform all the tasks that a presenter or participant can. Hosts can start, stop the recordings. Presenter   Presenters can share content already loaded into the meeting room from the library and share content from their computer, including Adobe® Presenter presentations (PPT or PPTX files), Flash® application files (SWF files), images (JPEG files), Adobe PDF files, MP3 files, and FLV files. They can share their screen with all attendees, chat, and broadcast live audio and video. Presenters can mute and unmute audio broadcasts on their computers. Participant (Registered or Guest)  Registered participants can view the content that the presenter is sharing, hear and see the presenter’s audio and video broadcast, and use text chat. Participants can mute and unmute audio broadcasts on their computers. Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 5. Host :: Meeting Layouts Pods Audio Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 6. Host :: Meeting menu Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 7. Host :: Layouts Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 8. Host :: Pods Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 9. Host :: Audio Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 10. Host :: Attendee Pod Options Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 11. Host :: Attendee Pod Options with selected user Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 12. Presenter :: Meeting Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 13. Presenter :: Meeting menu Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 14. Participant :: Meeting Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 15. Participant :: Menu Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 16. Pods :: Tips on user rights 1. The room can be enabled to ‚Auto-promote Participants to Presenter‘. This allows presenters to enter the room by themselves, upload slides and rehearse. This feature has to be disabled at the beginning of an event. 2. Once you have logged into Adobe and you try to log-in as a different user, you will need to use a different browser because the cookies are set and you will not be able to see the log-in screen again until you reboot the computer. 3. Legally you are allowed to promote one person in the meeting to host and then leave. The meeting will close automatically something like 10min after the host has left. Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 17. Moderators :: Notes :: Before your session Before your session • Make sure you have checked the speakers bios so you can give a short intro • Make sure you are familiar with all the tools in the room (audio/video check, chat box, private chat, layouts, slides etc.. - ask if you are not sure) • Make sure you know which room your session will take place in and check with the presenter that he is aware of this too Here is the list of links to the room  (you see the room also in the blue bar at the top)   http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/virtual-round-table http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/vrt1 Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 18. Moderators :: Notes :: During the session Session checklist part 1 • Make sure you have host status and that the presenter has presenter status • Make sure to disable the Auto-promote to presenter status • Assign a session note taker and ask him to change his name to add the title VRT Volunteer, by clicking on Pod Options in the Attendee List and select Edit my info • Name the recording after the presenters name and start each presentation with a new recording. AFTER starting the recording, ask the audience whether it is ok to record this session and ask those to leave who are not happy to be recorded. • Start the session with a welcome to the speaker & everyone. Give a brief intro from the bio. You will find their bios on the event schedule (sometimes in the comment box below) Dont hesitate to read it as it is written, nobody sees that you have the website open to read their bios. After the introduction, turn off your webcam to have the presenter the stage Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 19. Moderators :: Notes Session checklist part 2 • Where possible, the rooms have been prepared with various layouts. A layout per presenter. The idea here is, that in these different layouts each presenter can have his slides open and perhaps videos, mp3s etc. everything open as pods and there is an easy switch to the next presenter and we dont have to look for the slides. Check the various layouts beforehand and confirm with each speaker that the layout holds their slides. • You can ask the audience to give smileys if they can hear (theyll usually write in the chat box if the volume to too low, high or distorted) The tech people are Heike, Shelly, Marina • Be on hand in case of problems, pick up any questions from the chat box for later • Go back on audio for the questions, the speaker may pick these up themselves if not then say them. If the group is small you can use the mic & let people speak if large then dont • Keep an eye on the time and at the appointed time thank the speaker and end the session. Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 20. Pods :: Q & A Pod Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 21. Pods :: Q & A Pod Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 22. Pods :: Q & A Pod Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 23. Pods :: Tips on using the Q & A Pod 1. Q & A pods are a great tool when there are large crowds of people. 2. It is also often used to give the participants a means of asking questions without enabling the chat Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 24. Layouts (need host status) Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 25. Layouts :: Discussion Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 26. Layouts :: Collaboration Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 27. Layouts :: Create a New Layout Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 28. Layouts :: Tips on using Layouts 1. Set up a special layout for each presenter and add the name of the presenter 2. You can create a layout for the video, screensharing or other special features of the presentation. 3. Some presenters have their webcam on the right hand side of the monitor, some on the left hand side. Therefore it is best to move the Camera and Voice Pod (software) nearer to the webcam (hardware) of the presenter. 4. Note: Many documents and videos on the various layouts create lag and may prolong the time of logging into the room for those with low bandwidth. Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online
  • 29. Presenter only area Januar 2003 Copyright let‘s talk online