Adobe Connect is synchronous web conferencing software availableto colleges and universities. This pilot study sought to understandstudent and faculty participation in use of this software aspart of an already established hybrid master’s level social work curriculum.This software was utilized in two courses: concentrationyear field practicum and advanced social work practice. Studentfeedback and satisfaction are presented. Lessons learned for usingsuch software are explored.
Recommended Repository Citation
Cappiccie, Amy and Desrosiers, Patricia. (2011). Lessons Learned From Using Adobe Connect in the Social Work Classroom. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 29 (4), 296-302.
Original Publication URL: https://works.bepress.com/patricia-desrosiers/3/download/
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/socwk_fac_pub/15
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