Using HTML in your virtual classrooms
Alistair Lee, Adobe Systems
Expertise Level: Intermediate
Most eLearning content today is published in HTML format. While Adobe Connect has always supported the ability to load your Flash content into any Share pod, there's been no way to leverage your content published to HTML. Adobe Connect introduces a new capability that enables you to load HTML 5 content from Adobe Captivate 9 or Adobe Presenter into a virtual classroom.
In terms of loading the content, it's as easy as opening any other kind of document in a share pod - simply drag and drop your ZIP file onto a share pod, or browse your computer using the document selector. There are a few things to keep in mind though.
- This functionality has been added to Adobe Connect virtual classrooms; it's not supported in standard meeting rooms or seminar rooms.
- At this time, we're supporting HTML5 content exported from the latest versions of Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter. This limitation helps us ensure high standards of quality during the import process.
The other important note here is that participants in the virtual classroom will require the Adobe Connect add-in to view the HTML5 content. The ability to display HTML content is not built into the Flash Player, so we've decided to incorporate it into the add-in. Participants who attending the virtual classroom using only a browser running Flash will be prompted to download and install the Adobe Connect add-in. They can do this by simply clicking a button. Instructors can see if any of the participants don't yet have the add-in with a visual cue in the Attendees pod.
In the video below, I'll show you how easy it is to import HTML5 content into your virtual classroom.
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DECEMBER 06, 2015I need to sign into an online classroom to do a teaching learning powerpoint presentation and I would like to understand how to do that now that I have made an adobe connect account?
JUNE 20, 2016Great post about the importance of HTML5 content in Virtual Classroom.
BrainCert has recently released the world's first WebRTC based HTML5 Virtual Classroom in 50 languages - https://www.braincert.com/online-virtual-classroom which does not use Flash, Java, or other software downloads.
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