Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology (CIAT)
What is WebEx?
WebEx is a Web-based collaborative technology that allows users to share resources (documents, desktops, web-browser etc.) remotely and communicate with each other using voice, video and chat. The technology allows faculty to deliver instruction, conference with colleagues and students or simply record their lectures on any computer to make them available online.
In order to participate in a Webex meeting using VOIP, participants will be required to acquire a headset with microphone. Though participants may use web cameras they are not a requirement. Standard headset and webcam will work with Webex.
Please note that when you run Webex for the first time, it will install a driver onto your computer and this will require you to have
administrative privileges on your computer.
If you experience problems during your meeting call the Webex 24/7 helpdesk:
Phone: 1-866-229-3239 (U.S. and Canada Toll-Free)
+1-408-435-7088 (International Toll)
Please feel free to contact Cyndi Caravello (firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-704-3768) if you have any questions.
Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology
Cook Library 405 (map)
Winter Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.