Archive for February, 2010

I’m not interested in discussing the current Apple/Flash/iPhone/iPad wars right now. All I care about is that Adobe just released their Connect Pro app for iPhone.

I saw this demoed briefly at Adobe MAX conference in October. I’ve downloaded and started testing it. Looks very sweet. You can test it for yourself once you download it by heading to RJ Jacquez’s iPhone Connect room.

[Update] Oops – RJ had that room open only for a short while. You should be able to view any Connect Pro meeting, though, so you can try it out next timne you get a Connect meeting invite.

I did try linking to a Connect recording (This one https://admin.adobe.acrobat.com/_a295153/p84127193/ for instance) but so far it has not worked for me. I’ll find out if links to recordings *should* work or not.


No, apparently … fingers crossed the ability to view recordings comes in an update.

No recordings on Connect Pro for iPhone

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I’ll be speaking at the eLearning Guild’s online forum, Converting and Repurposing Content for e-Learning on February 12th. The online forum runs on the 11th and 12th of February, and features some great-sounding presentations.

I’ll be speaking about a pet project that I’ve been working on for my employer NASCO in Atlanta. In this project we have taken Visio process flow diagrams, and converted them to Flash. We’ve then added video, Captivate movies, links to Word and PDF documents to create an intuitive application that enables users to easily explore the process and learn about how their own role fits in to the process, what other peoples’ responsibilities are, and access detailed documentation where appropriate.

Image of Process Flow Dashboard

Case Study: Bringing Visio to Life for JIT Learning

The two day forum looks to be a very interesting and informative event. Head over to the eLearning Guild’s web site to register.

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