Adobe Presenter 9 lets you enable Flipped Classrooms, a modern format of learning where the lessons and lectures are delivered through videos which learners can access at home or outside the class and valuable class time is used to do assignments and solve problems collaboratively.
Adapt flipped classrooms - a form of blended learning where students learn at home and practice in class. Quickly and easily create course videos that students can access from home and use class time to do assignments and collaborate with peers and teachers.
Take courses online by repurposing your existing Microsoft PowerPoint content into course videos, which capture both you and your screen, in a few clicks. Create video lessons with animated diagrams, process charts, and drag-and-drop interactions, to address students who learn best by watching. Publish your course videos on popular video sharing sites.
Test learner understanding and retention with eye-catching assessments and quizzes. Track learner performance early to identify individuals who need course correction, and report key performance metrics without having to invest in an LMS. Enable students to ask questions and get answers from teachers and fellow learners through in-course collaboration.
Quickly create presentations in PowerPoint—no special training or technical expertise required. An intuitive interface guides nontechnical users and subject matter experts through the process of creating and publishing compelling presentations.
Make your presentations interactive with drag-and-drop games, quizzes, and learning modules. Choose from a variety of relationships on the basis of which the drop target can accept, reject or replace the drag item(s) while providing audio feedback for every attempt.
Achieve Section 508-standard compliance and expand your outreach with significantly enhanced accessibility support. Easily create courses that meet accessibility norms for defense, government, and educational organizations
Track individual learner progress on various aspects within the course using Learner Analytics. Identify learners who need course correction and direct them to respective modules.
* Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973