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July Is Web Conferencing Month

Tech Soup

That's why BetterWorld Telecom, a TechSoup donation partner, is offering nonprofits a special rate on one of our favorite tools – Adobe Connect. cents/minute for Adobe Connect and audio conferencing services combined, just for nonprofits. Adobe Connect. Webcam sharing (multiple users).

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7 Reasons To Try A Virtual Nonprofit Focus Group

Bloomerang

Zoom is one of the most popular options, but there’s also Adobe Connect, Google Hangouts, GoToMeeting, and Webex. For your virtual focus group, however, you have plenty of tools to choose from when it comes to bringing people together. Virtual focus groups are the more cost-effective option.

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Around the TechSoup Global Blogosphere

Tech Soup

Also check out the special rates on Adobe Connect web conferencing from TechSoup donation partner, BetterWorld Telecom. See how one organization plans to bypass the crowds by teleworking during the Olympics (and the tools they’re using to do it). See how technology is enabling Indian NGOs , a U.S.

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Social Video Questions, Answered: Join TechSoup July 20

Tech Soup

Adobe Connect - integrates many types of media into a shared workspace with robust tools. There are a handful of tools that encourage collaboration with video and other media content: Watchitoo - allows for video meetings with 25 guest speakers, whiteboards, and social media.

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The search for good web conferencing

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

The others I assessed include DimDim , Yugma, and Adobe Connect. They are all cross-platform for participants, but none of these can show Linux desktops, and some (like Adobe in particular) can’t even run the presenter software on Linux. They all are certainly interesting, and DimDim and Yugma are free. (I

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