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.
The need to reach and engage members in a country the size of Canada prompted the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) to implement Adobe Connect.
Many of our customers leverage Adobe Connect to deliver virtual training, and there are several key trends we have continually heard as we listen to their experiences. The first is that learners are increasingly mobile. There is an expectation, especially for those out in the field – that content is available for them at the moment of need, and in small chunks that can easily be consumed and applied on the spot.
I’m very pleased to let you know about the next release of Adobe Connect. We’re planning on making version 9.3 of Adobe Connect available to our customers in early fall and it’s packed with exciting new features for every use case.
When thinking of moving an activity that is traditionally done in a physical setting to a virtual format – such as new-hire onboarding or training, there is sometimes a perception that the activity will be significantly less effective, or can not easily be replicated when brought online. And this is for good reason – a critical best practice we have observed in keeping an audience engaged, is to get them to participate.