Teaching and Learning
Adobe Connect (umMeet)
The University of Memphis offers a web-based communication tool called Adobe Connect, locally branded as umMeet. Users can meet, share, and collaborate virtually from a desktop/mobile device using only a webcam, microphone, and web browser. This allows classes or groups to meet synchronously online, with up to 100 participants.
Who Can Request?
Faculty and staff may request. Students may connect and be a part of the 100 or less participants.
How to Request Service?
Teaching and learning/academic—A umMeet Teaching & Learning License Request should be submitted by your Department Chair or Dean. This individual will verify the use for an academic course. For non-teaching or departmental staff—A ticket request for a umMeet non-teaching license should be submitted. Licenses used for non-teaching purposes will need to be purchased by the department. Your department will need to provide a charge-back number to purchase the license. There is a charge of approximately $135 per year for each non-teaching license. Faculty may request a license for non-teaching purposes; however, the charge must be approved by their Department Chair or Dean.