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What You Need to Know About Adobe Connect Pro Mobile

September 10, 2010

Adobe offers one of the most sophisticated web conferencing tools in the industry, Adobe Connect Pro, so it’s not surprising that they were one of the first vendors to release an app to allow iPhone and iTouch users to participate in a web conference:  Adobe Connect Pro Mobile.  You probably know that Adobe Connect Pro […]

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Maximizing the Application Sharing Feature in a Web Conference

September 10, 2010

Web conferencing tools like Adobe Connect, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft LiveMeeting and others allow the host to share his/her screen with the audience. When the host shares his screen it means that participants in the web conference view the host’s screen as he navigates the web or to an application such as Excel.  The host retains […]

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Masie’s Missed Opportunity

March 23, 2009

This week the Institute for Corporate Productivity teamed up with Elliot Masie of the MASIE Center Learning Lab and Think Tank to deliver a webinar on Informal & Social Learning. While the content of the webinar was interesting (a summary of findings of research conducted by i4cp with commentary/interpretation by Masie), the delivery was a […]

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Putting on Your Marketing Hat

March 5, 2009

Last week I attended a webinar hosted by Ken Molay of Webinar Success on the “Secrets of Lead-Generation Webinars.” While the webinar had a marketing slant, several of his ideas were applicable to a variety of web conferencing events, including learning events. Let’s face it, we all need to put on a marketing hat. A […]

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The Sound of Silence

December 27, 2008

The end of the year is always a great week to pause. It's the one time of year when the frenzy of life and work slow down just a bit, after the holidays have passed.  Silence, indeed, can be golden. Conversely, the sound of silence during a web conference may be uncomfortable, but that silence […]

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