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Category: Virtual Meetings

Skype for Business: Setup a Meeting in Outlook

You can use Outlook to schedule a Skype meeting–the same way you schedule meetings normally but with one or two extra clicks.  If you don’t use an Outlook program (or Windows), you can set up…

Skype for Business: Make and Receive a Video Call

Pellissippi accounts in Skype for Business are enabled for video calls. This gives you the option to make face-to-face video calls with your contacts. All you need is a camera and your computer’s speakers and microphone. You…

Skype for Business: Add a Contact

Find Your Co-Worker In the Search bar, located just below the quick icons for Contacts, Conversations, Phone, and Calendar, type your co-workers name. With the first letter that you type, the tabs below change to…

Skype for Business: The Basics

Before you get started… You may already have Skype for Business installed on your Windows computer. Do a quick check to see—following the instructions for your operating system. Windows 7: Click Start, then Microsoft Office 2013 or…

Adobe Connect: Getting Started for Instructors

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing software program that is based in a web browser. It works best when you are using the Mozilla Firefox Browser, a headset or headphones, a good internet connection, and after…

Introduction to Adobe Connect

Easily engage your students or colleagues using the many videoconferencing tools available in Adobe Connect for virtual collaboration, virtual office hours, online demonstrations, and online teaching. You get an array of visual features such as video chat, and…