Videoconferencing

Purdue has a license for Adobe Connect and most of Purdue Agriculture's videoconferencing is hosted there. Adobe Connect enables both presenters and viewers the ability to see each other, to share desktops, to view clear presentation materials and more.

We have developed a series of PDFs to help you get started with this resource:

  1. How to Request Authority to Use Adobe Connect
  2. How to Create a Meeting Room
  3. How to Install the Adobe Connect Add-In
  4. How to Setup Audio Settings
  5. How to Adjust Flash Settings
  6. How to Use a Camera and Microphone
  7. How to Share Docs, Apps or Desktop
  8. How to Record a Meeting
  9. How to Locate Meeting Recordings
  10. How to Edit an Existing Meeting Room
  11. How to Control Participant Rights
  12. How to Create Meeting Layouts
  13. How to Create Polls
  14. How to Gain Guest Access

You may also find more information about getting yourself set up at ITaP's website.

Two-way or IP Videoconferencing is two-way video, two-way audio videoconferencing using the Internet and viewing by a Polycom View Station or Via Video. All IP videoconferencing will be scheduled through IHETS.

Costs for Videoconferencing

There is currently no charge to use Adobe Connect if you have a ONEPURDUE login. You can start setting up your conference by going to ITaP's website. There is a charge for IP videoconferencing. Check with IHETS to determine what the costs will be. Normal hours are Monday - Friday, from 8am - 9pm.