Communicator, LiveMeeting, and Conferencing Flashcards (“Cool Tips and Quick Tricks for Using Microsoft Unified Communications”)

I recently looked at deck hardcopy of Microsoft UC (Communicator, Live Meeting, and Conferencing) Flash Cards. I wasn’t expecting much, but they were actually very well done: nicely formatted, easy to understand, and have client-side pictures to help end-users. They are described as “Cool Tips and Quick Tricks for Using Microsoft Unified Communications”.

These could be very good aid the help your end-users understand some feature rich functionality such as the Conferencing and Live Meeting services during a roll-out. If you have RoundTable’s deployed, putting them beside the RoundTable is a good way to give users the information they need to start or join a Live Meeting.

These flash cards are available for download as Powerpoint files, and were recently updated for OCS and Communicator R2:

Microsoft Unified Communications Training and Adoption Kit Flash Cards

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9167779B-6095-421E-9195-F5C1B0DA0F3F

Microsoft Unified Communications Training and Adoption Kit Flash Cards for the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Release

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=bf635b79-bc5f-45f7-a38a-1ef816314bf2

Here is a sampling of some (only about 4%) of the flash cards available, and a sample screen shot from one of them:

Start an Unscheduled Conference Call

Join an Unscheduled Conference Call

Start an Audio/Video Conference

Join an Audio/Video Conference

Conduct Conference Calls

Share Your Desktop or Share Information Using Microsoft Live Meeting

Schedule a Conference Call or Live Meeting

Schedule a Conference Call and Assign a Leader

Schedule a Live Meeting and Designate a Leader

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