Q. Students are saying they can’t see my recorded lectures in Adobe Connect in Blackboard, even though I can see them. How do I fix this?
A. If you want your students to be able to enter the meeting space you are using to record, and have access to the recordings in the Adobe Connect area on Blackboard, you should add them all to that meeting space; you can do that by clicking the chevron to the right of the meeting name, selecting Edit, and then adding the students. You can find detailed instructions for this at Adobe Connect in Blackboard: Creating a Meeting.
To access recordings, students should:
- Click on Tools in the Course Menu.
- Click on Adobe Connect Pro.
- Click on the chevron beside the name of the meeting and select Meeting Information.
- Click on the active link Recordings.
NOTE: If students click on the name of the meeting itself instead of on the chevron, they will get a notice that the meeting cannot begin until the host arrives; but there is no need for the instructor to be logged in for students to listen to the recordings.
If you don’t intend for students to use the meeting space, and you only want them to access the recorded lectures, you can make your recorded lectures public in Connect Central (http://connect.luc.edu) and then put the links to the lectures in Blackboard; you can find instructions for making your recordings public at Recording a Meeting.