How to join ASDConnect webinars
Watch our short tutorial for additional webinar instructions and tips.
Click on the link to the event at least five minutes before start time. The webinar room should be open at least 15-20 minutes before the actual session starts. This ensures that all technical issues that you may have can be resolved before the focus shifts to the actual content delivery.
Enter as a Guest. Sign in using your ASD credentials followed by a space then @Your School (or Department). For example, Trampush_John @Professional Learning.
Each webinar attendee who would like to receive MyLearningPlan credit for particpating must sign in with their own credentials, even if they are viewing from the same room as other participants. This not only makes tracking attendance easy but also ensures that everyone has simultaneous access to all the participation tools that may be used during the session.
Verify that you have a good audio connection. If you don't, let the host know well before the session starts so that they can help you troubleshoot the problem.
If you are in a webinar with microphones enabled and want to be able to speak rather than type your comments and questions, work with the host to verify your microphone settings too. (If you are using the built-in speakers and microphone, this should all be automatic. If you are using a headset with microphone, it works best to verify good input and output before entering the webinar)
If you are a new participant to live AdobeConnect webinars, you may find this quick start document useful Participant Quick Start
IMPORTANT NOTICE: This AdobeConnect service includes a feature that allows audio and any documents and other materials exchanged or viewed during the session to be recorded. By joining these sessions, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to the recording, discuss your concerns with the meeting host prior to the start of the recording or do not join the session. Please note that any such recordings may be subject to discovery in the event of litigation.