Webinars for Researchers

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Webinars for Researchers

  1. 1. Adobe Connect Webinars for Researchers Terese Bird, Learning Technologist and SCORE Research Fellow, Institute of Learning Innovation February 26, 2014
  2. 2. Adobe Connect is a web conferencing tool – or tool for webinars  Blackboard Collaborate (formerly Elluminate)  Webex  GoToMeeting  BigBlueButton - free  Google Hangouts –free,must join Google+
  3. 3. Examples of use:  Cheaper than face-to-face meetings  Can present to a group from far away  Other participants need no software, no affiliation with the university  International  Project use  Teaching – distance learning, blended  Online conferences
  4. 4. Examples of use:  http:www.le.ac.uk/ili– Follow the Sun international online conference  ILI PhD Training Days  Library Elevenses  Recordings saved  Recordings on YouTube
  5. 5. Examples of use:  Recording from January online training http://connect.le.ac.uk/p1h655kzdgl  Saved onto YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UthKsKO2gg
  6. 6. How to do it:  Ask ITHelp for a connect account  Always use headphones with mic  Always plug in first, go into browser, then do Meeting – Audio Setup Wizard  One mic at a time  Email participants in advance with short instructions  Ask ITHelp for help on the day
  7. 7. More information: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/ithelp/services/ad obe-connect/adobe-connect Or just type Adobe Connect into the search on a University of Leicester site, and you’ll find helpsheets and tips Email me for help: tmb10@le.ac.uk These slides on Slidesharetbirdcymru

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