One of the advantages of breakout rooms is that they give participants most of the rights of a Presenter in Adobe Connect without changing their role. This means that your learners can use the note pod to take notes, annotation tools to mark up documents or use a whiteboard, share their webcam or screen, and interact with each other. Breakout rooms are an ideal way of providing interaction, and they don’t need to be the same. Adobe Connect rooms are persistent and so are the breakout rooms associated with the main room. This means that you can set up different activities and different pods in each breakout room (you can create up to 20). When you’ve finished and ended the breakouts, you can bring the content from individual breakout rooms back into the main room for discussion.
There is no limit on how a custom pod can be used to interact with your learners. Here are just a few of my favorite examples:
Game-based learning with custom pods like EduGameCloud and QuizConnect that incorporate learning games into your classroom
UpVote for soliciting ideas from your learners and voting on them
Word Cloud for quickly identifying common themes when capturing feedback
Anonymous Chat Pod for capturing feedback on sensitive subjects
Hands Up for quickly capturing feedback – including laughter and applause – during your session
Custom Survey and Polling Pod to add powerful surveys and polls
Adobe Connect supports quizzes created in Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate. In addition to providing interaction, a quiz can help you test the understanding of your learners. Options include multiple-choice, short answer, matching, fill in the blank, hot spot, sequence, and more. Quizzes automatically unsynchronized in Adobe Connect so that everyone can fill them out independently.
In addition to quizzes, Adobe Connect supports lots of content from Captivate in both the HTML client and classic view.
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Source: Adobe Connect Blog