Welcome to the Adobe Presenter Help Page – a comprehensive listing of the most often asked questions about Breeze. Check out the left side of the page for some helpful links.
U of C is current using Adobe Presenter 6. If you experience any installation or publishing issues contact:
IT Support Centre
itsupport [at] ucalgary [dot] ca
Adobe Presenter is a software package that works within PowerPoint to add narration to slides and post the resulting presentation on the web. Adobe Presenter will be of interest to all U of C instructors and staff who wish to create powerful online presentations. Work from an existing PowerPoint file, or create a new one. Presenter makes it easy to record, edit and publish a presentation. Recordings do not require special training or technical expertise and voice can be synchronized to slide animations. When finished, Presenter saves the presentation as a Flash based website. With just a few clicks, a user can post a link to the presentation in a Blackboard course, download it to a CD, or save it to run on a local machine.
To acquire a Adobe Presenter username and password; contact: itsupport [at] ucalgary [dot] ca
Once your account is created, go to:
http://connect.ucalgary.ca and enter your username “user [at] ucalgary [dot] ca” and password.
To use Presenter, you must download a small piece of software to your computer. This is a one-time download per machine on which you wish to work.
Note: Presenter presentations can only be authored using a Windows environment. Mac users can author using a windows emulator.
To install the plugin:
If you are having problems installing or running Adobe Presenter with MS Office 2010 visit http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/870/cpsid_87013.html for more information.
Connectivity – For support around issues of connectivity, access, and other technical questions please email your questions to: itsupport [at] ucalgary [dot] ca
The intention of these examples is to provide ideas of how Presenter can be applied to everyday teaching and learning.
The Teaching and Learning Centre provides consultations on how to best use Adobe Presenter as a teaching and learning tool in your course. For more information contact:
pwkelly [at] ucalgary [dot] ca