- What's New
- Course Planning & Content
- Activating Your Course
- Changing Your Course Image
- D2L Capture
- Enhancing Content
- Learning Object Repository
- My Courses widget
- Release Conditions
- Creating a Quiz
- Adding Questions to Your Quiz
- Adding Questions to the Question Library
- Format for Import of Multiple-Choice & Multi-Select Questions
- Randomizing Questions
- Adding Special Access
- Setting a Submission View
- Submitting a Quiz for a Student
- Grading Quizzes
- Viewing Quiz Statistics
- Previewing a Quiz
- Respondus Dashboard
- Collaboration & Communication
- Adobe Connect
3 Typical Scenarios
The IHP has identified 3 of the most common scenarios for utilizing Adobe Connect:
- Faculty Lecture
- Student/Guest Presentation
- Group Meeting/Online Office Hours
Each scenario will be dissected into 3 sections: Pre-Planning Considerations; Creating & Running an Online Meeting; Post Meeting Considerations. Dividing each scenario into the 3 sections will help you divide the steps, necessary to run a successful online session.
Used primarily as information sessions, the faculty or room 'host' will present information to a class and will not need participant interaction.
Used for student presentations or guest lecturers, this scenario will cover the steps necessary when various people will need to present material.
Meeting in a group to discuss various items? This scenario will cover the necessary steps and considerations when using Adobe Connect for your online meeting.
Each scenario will have a checklist so that you can ensure that you have completed all of the necessary steps to run a successful Adobe Connect session.