Adobe Connect meeting rooms can be accessed directly by using the direct link for the meeting, or by logging into http://connect.indwes.edu and selecting the meeting from your list of meeting rooms.
There are two primary ways to use Audio Conferencing with your Adobe Connect meeting room:
Option 1: Use the built-in voice-over-IP (VoIP), which uses the microphone and speakers/headphones that are connected to your computer.
Option 2: Use a phone conference line and conference phone devices.
Determining which option is best for your meeting is the key to having a successful Adobe Connect session. Here are some guidelines on which option to use:
The Adobe connect meeting room interface consists of several pods which can be rearranged to whatever configuration would suit your needs. All of these are accessible through the Pod menu at the top of the screen. Here are the uses for a few of the most common ones:
You can use Adobe Connect to allow others to see anything that appears on your screen. This is useful if you need to demonstrate something on your computer, view a webpage, or share a document that you currently have open in Microsoft Word (.DOC file).
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