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What is Adobe Connect?
Adobe Connect is a web conferencing tool with many features that allow users to host and attend meetings. More information can be found on this Adobe page. Adobe Connect has also been known as Adobe Connect Pro and Macromedia Breeze?
How do I start using Adobe Connect?
Start using Adobe Connect by first browsing the Getting Started section of this GROK portal.
What about Adobe Connect & Accessibility for Students With Disabilities?
For students with visual disabilities, Adobe Connect 8 offers keyboard shortcuts as well as limited support for the JAWS and WindowEyes screen-reading software.
For the deaf and hard of hearing, meeting hosts can enable live captioning if they have made prior arrangements with the Office of Disability Services.
For a list of resources that address these topics in greater depth, please visit this GROK article #15231 Connect: Office of Disability Services: Laws and FAQs.
Can Students Host Meetings?
Student requests for host accounts must meet one of the following criteria:
- Requester is a member of LSU Student Government - (host account will be granted on a semester basis)
- Requester is an officer in a Student Academic\Professional Organization registered with LSU Campus Life - (host account will be granted on a semester basis)
- Requester is a coordinator of an academic (class) study group - (meeting room will be created by Connect Administrator)
How Do I Find My Meeting?
If you've lost the link to your meeting room, you can find a listing of all of your meetings and their URLs by logging into Adobe Connect Central and clicking the Meetings tab. View the GROK article #15085 Connect: Adobe Connect Central for Hosts and Presenters for more information.
What If I Lost My Password?
In order to reset your password, go to my.lsu.edu and click Forgot Password?
If you have further login trouble, please visit the following GROK article: myLSU: Login Trouble.
Connect: Getting Started with Adobe Connect Meetings
Connect: Inviting Attendees
Referenced from: Adobe.com