Posts in Category "Adobe Acrobat"

September 22, 2008

Connect Card – Webinar Marketing Tool

Digital Business Card
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I have presented at many different conferences this past year. I try to bring a set of business cards to the event and have them available after my session for others to come by and pick them up. The idea is that educators can have a card to take with them and contact me later.
At the same time, I have been doing more Webinars using Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional. An Acrobat Connect Meeting allows for placing information in a Chat Pod. The information is usually in text form, but someone can also place a Hyperlink in the chat which becomes active once placed inside. I had an idea of creating a digital business card so people could click on a link in the Chat Pod after my Webinar and get useful information about me and have a way to contact me later.
I have provided my Webinar Connect Card, plus an example of an Adobe Senior Systems Engineer’s Connect Card.
I used Adobe Presenter 7 to create my Connect Card. So, check out my examples and have fun creating one for yourself!
Dave Forrester
Adobe Education Leader

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August 19, 2008

Electronic portfolios, digital assessment, and lesson planning with Adobe Acrobat

Today I received the August 2008, Volume 9 edition of the Adobe Education Campus e-newsletter (delivered via email). The newsletter contained links to some great instructional resources, including a link to a handful of resources for creating rich PDF student portfolios.
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Topics include:

  • Creating electronic portfolios with Adobe Acrobat
  • Digital assessment with Adobe Acrobat
  • Generating lesson plans with Adobe Acrobat

Each topic includes nicely written directions with plenty of screen shots.
Resource Link

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