Of the ones I've used I like Adobe Connect best. Let me see next week if we
can get this group registered as an Adobe user group. If we can Adobe will
provide us with a licensed copy of Adobe Connect and server use at no
charge. That's what the Photoshop user group uses for their webinars. I've
also used Microsoft Livemeeting but I think Connect is a bit better, or at
least it was last time I used them. So I'll try and get ahold of Rachael who
runs the Adobe User Group program to see what she says next week.
I've spoken with Rob Huddleston, an Adobe Community Professional and author
of several web development books. He runs the Adobe user group in the Bay
Area (N. California) and he is willing to do a webinar. There are a few
others I can try for once we get the webinar bits available.
Cheryl D Wise
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Subject: [css-56] Webinar
As John and Ingrid recommended , I think Webina will be a good meetup format
Since I have no experience for it before, I have the following questions for
everybody, especially John and Ingrid, hope
you guys can share something here.
1. Which Webina do you like and think we should use?
2. What's the cost for them?
3. How should we get sponse if we adopt "Webina" as the regular meeting
Any discussion about Webinar are welcome to discuss here.
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