Cisco WebEx is a web conferencing software that allows you to conduct synchronous online meetings and trainings. WebEx has four different platforms that can be chosen according to your needs. Once a faculty/staff member has an account they can use any or all of these platforms as the need arises:
For basic information, contact the IT Helpdesk at email@example.com. Students: If you are having an issue with accessing WebEx using the link provided by your instructor, contact WebEx support at 1-866-229-3239 FREE.
Faculty & Staff: Before hosting a WebEx session, you must first have a license. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a WebEx license.
Complete the following steps if you are a Presenter.*
*Login with the credentials provided to you when your account was created. Please note these credentials are specific to your WebEx account and are not your StarID credentials.
Cisco WebEx provides documentation that is comprehensive and covers all the functionality of WebEx.
There may be times when the host or leader of the meeting will desire someone in attendance to control what is displayed on the screen. This tutorial shows how to pass presenter rights from one person to another.
Video tutorials are available on Meeting Center and Training Center through Lynda.com. To view these tutorials, log into Lynda.com and search for the courses listed below:
If you are not receiving the meeting invitation emails from your instructors or those hosting a meeting, please check your Spam folder in your MSUM email. To ensure that your meeting/virtual classroom session emails are delivered to your email, please add email@example.com to your email filter options.
Students do not need to login in order to attend a session. Simply follow the link and enter your name to join the session.
If you need further help, please contact IT Helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call WebEx support at 866-299-3239866-299-3239 FREE.
If any students would like access to the WebEx Test Meeting, that can be accessed here.
There may be times when the host or leader of the meeting will desire someone in attendance to control what is displayed on the screen. The following tutorial shows how to pass presenter rights from one person to another: Students Presenting In WebExWhile presenting, students may decide to share their screen with the other people in the meeting. For more information on this topic, see the Sharing Your Screen Tutorial.
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