Instructional Design for Adobe Connect

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Section 1: Pod Basics

Pod DropdownYou may remember from previous training in Adobe Connect™, that a pod is an individual window that is used to present information to virtual students.

This Section refreshes your knowledge so that you can easily recognize the nine types of pods and their general uses.

 

In a virtual classroom, four pod types are controlled by Facilitators during course delivery. They do NOT allow you to pre-enter and save content. Click below to see examples of these pods:

  1. Camera & Voice
  2. Attendee List
  3. Chat
  4. Q&A pod

The five remaining pod types allow you as training designers to post course content in them that is saved for Faciliator use during training delivery. Click below to see examples of these pods:
  1. Share
  2. Note
  3. Poll
  4. File Share
  5. Web Links

Click here when you are ready to check your knowledge of Pod Basics.

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