Pushing the boundaries of what organizations and institutions can accomplish with virtual classrooms, learning management systems, and the creation of educational content is at the core of what Adobe’s digital learning solutions stand for. For over sixteen years these tools have helped educators, managers, and development teams alike foster cultures of continuous development with engaging digital experiences that are available precisely at the moment of need.
When it began offering Executive MBA (EMBA) courses online in 2004, Saint Mary’s College of California became a pioneer of virtual education. The program gave working professionals a combination of convenience and in-person interaction by blending virtual and in-classroom learning. Saint Mary’s award-winning EMBA program has since become a model for other institutions.Recently, the liberal arts college implemented Adobe Connect as its preferred online conferencing platform.
The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement uses Adobe Connect to Deliver Engaging Virtual Bi-lingual Events
While other solutions could only support concurrent events in French or English, with Adobe Connect CFHI can seamlessly deliver bilingual events using breakout rooms where participants can view primary content in their preferred language. The approach keeps audiences integrated and benefits them by sharing in one common digital experience.
Have you ever wondered whether your content and presentation style are truly resonating with your audience during a virtual meeting, or is everyone just off writing emails and texting friends to make weekend plans? Our latest release, Adobe Connect 9.6, lets you take the guesswork out of these questions.
We’re thrilled to announce our newest free product offering – Adobe Connect Meetings for three participants. Beginning today, customers can sign up and instantly receive an Adobe Connect Meeting room at no cost. These persistent virtual offices will empower you and your teams to increase deep collaboration and spur rapid productivity.
By finding more ways to deliver courses electronically, the University of Arizona (UA) broadens the reach of its educational opportunities. The UA currently offers nearly 70 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs and its learning management system (LMS) holds more than 4,300 courses (15% of its total catalog) used by the university’s 19 colleges.