1 How to Host WebEx Meetings Instructions for ConnSCU Faculty and Staff using ConnSCU WebEx BEFORE YOU BEGIN PLEASE READ! On 7/30/15, the ConnSCU WebEx site was upgraded to a new version. Although the new interface looks a little different from the previous version the functionality and location of the various buttons and options are extremely similar. All of the WebEx quick guides and screenshots are going to be upgraded to account for the different look and feel. The main difference between the two is that what used to be called One-Click meetings are now held in a Personal Meeting Room. As you can see from the screenshots that follow on the following page, the differences in terms of how to use the product are very minor.
2 Old meeting room interface Quick Start window New meeting room interface Quick Start window 2
3 Table of Contents How Can Faculty and Staff Use WebEx?... 4 Inviting Meeting Participants... 4 Tips before Starting Your Meeting... 4 Start a WebEx Meeting... 5 The Quick Start Window... 5 Presentation Options... 6 Whiteboard... 6 Share Your Meeting Window... 7 Share Your Desktop or Applications... 8 Share Files... 8 Sharing a Video File with Attendees... 8 Sharing Web Content... 9 Sharing Web Browser Give Presenter Privileges to a Meeting Participant...10 Set Participant Privileges...12 Have Participants Raise their Hand...12 Expel a Participant and/or Restrict Access to a Meeting...13 Audio for WebEx Hosts and Participants...13 Audio Options: Computer (VoIP) or Phone Muting Your Own or a Participant s Microphone or Phone Use the Chat Tool...14 Conduct a Poll...14 Designate a Single Note-taker...16 Usage/Attendance Reports for Meetings You Host
4 How Can Faculty and Staff Use WebEx? WebEx is an online conferencing tool that has proven useful for both staff and faculty in the ConnSCU system. It enables you to meet with students or colleagues from wherever you are, home or office, as long as you have Internet access on your computer or have the WebEx mobile app installed for your iphone, ipad, Android, or Blackberry. If you can get online, you can collaborate with others online, and share data, presentations, online demonstrations, etc. Faculty can use WebEx to bring guest speakers into their classrooms, hold virtual office hours, provide one-on-one or group tutorials, participate in committee work and much more. You can even record lectures or meetings with WebEx. For information on how to request a Host account, WebEx Roles, etc., please visit the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities IT Support Center Webex website: Inviting Meeting Participants To help your participants successfully join the meeting and use WebEx tools, direct them to this webpage for Meeting Attendees: If you are planning to track attendance at your meetings: Tell those you invite IN ADVANCE that when they Join the meeting, they must enter both their first and last name. The meeting attendee name cannot be changed by either the Host or attendee once the meeting has begun; the attendee actually needs to leave the meeting and then rejoin with a different name. Tips before Starting Your Meeting Make sure you re in a quiet space. If you can, put up a do not disturb sign. Start the meeting early: Be in the meeting room at least five minutes early. Distribute the Attending a Meeting FAQ document to those who may not have had prior experience attending a WebEx meeting. Close any extraneous applications that you don t want to accidentally share during your meeting, such as , online chat tools, or other documents you might be working on. Ask someone else to take notes if possible. Ideally, everyone will participate via audio. But if not, ask someone else who is on audio help you monitor the chat backchannel they can alert you if there s an important question via Chat so you can respond. Keep an eye on the time! Meetings automatically terminate 30 minutes after the scheduled meeting end time, so be sure to give yourself enough time for Q&A. Hosts will receive a 5 minute warning prior to meeting termination. If you are planning to record the meeting, be sure to let all participants know! Keep these considerations in mind: o o You may need to remind participants that the meeting is being recorded for later use if the questions or comments get off-topic. Sometimes recording a meeting, classroom session, or training session has the effect of inhibiting participation or questions, since participants may not want others who view the recording later to hear their questions. 4
5 Start a WebEx Meeting To start a meeting from Meeting Center, simply log into using your Host account, click My Meetings, and then click Start: To start a meeting from an Outlook Calendar item, click the embedded link or copy/paste it into your web browser s address bar. The Quick Start Window When you launch a WebEx Meeting you will initially see the WebEx Quick Start Window. Take some time to explore the menu items, buttons, and tabs for various palettes, which contain many different options and tools that you can make use of in your meetings. When you schedule a meeting, you are automatically the Host of the meeting, and you can start the meeting. However, depending upon your meeting settings, participants may have joined your meeting before you actually start it. Once you start the meeting, you are also the Presenter by default, so if you choose to share your desktop, an application, or a file, your participants will see what you present. There are a number of different options available for presenting information in your meeting. The following is not a comprehensive list, but these are the most common options used: 5
6 Presentation Options There are a number of different ways that you can share information in WebEx experiment a little and you ll discover them all! To get you started though, here are the most popular: Whiteboard While participants are logging in, but before the meeting has begun, you might want to set up a Whiteboard and type in some introductory information that all participants will see as soon as they join the meeting. As long as you are seeing that whiteboard tab, participants will see what you have typed as they come into the meeting. 6
7 If you are planning to record the meeting, this is a good time to add a note to that effect, so that everyone who is entering the meeting immediately sees this information. You can enable all participants to annotate whiteboards by clicking the menu item Participants > Assign Privileges, or you can right-click on a particular participant and change their role to allow that one person to annotate. You can have multiple Whiteboards open during a meeting, you can rename whilteboards, and you can save them as PDFs by clicking the File menu item and selecting Save All or Save As. Share Your Meeting Window Sometimes at the beginning of a meeting, one or more participants may be having some trouble locating something on their screen after they ve joined the meeting. For example, they may not know how to find their audio options or know where to look for the Chat panel. To help them out, it s often helpful if the Host shares his/her Meeting Window. Once the participant is back on track, use one of the other sharing methods below to share other types of content. 1. Select Share from the menu, then My Meeting Window. 2. When you no longer need to share your Meeting Window, just click Stop Sharing button on your Control Palette. 7
8 Share Your Desktop or Applications 1. To share everything that you open on your computer desktop, or just a single application (such as one web browser), click the Quick Start tab and then click either the Share My Desktop button or the dropdown arrow to its right to select a specific application. 2. If you share only a specific application, participants will see a pattern when you click out of that application. If you share your desktop, they will see everything as you move across applications, windows, etc. 3. Once you have shared your desktop or an application, the WebEx Control Palette will display (usually at the top of your screen). 4. The Control Palette will automatically collapse and then you will just see a green tab (usually at the top of your screen, but it may display at the bottom or side) that says You are sharing your desktop (or the name of the app you re sharing). Mousing over this tab will display all of the WebEx controls. Share Files If you just want to share a single file (so participants will see nothing else except just that file), just go to the menu and select Share>File (including video). Sharing a Video File with Attendees If you have a video file on your computer that you wish to share with participants during a meeting and you want them to hear the sound from the video file. 8
9 IMPORTANT NOTE: Attendees using some mobile devices (such as Android phones) will not be able to view this kind of shared media! 1. Select Share>File (Including Video). 2. The video will display in a new tab with the name of the file. 3. When you click the play icon in the center, the video will display and attendees will hear the audio. Sharing Web Content This option enables participants to interact independently with Web pages. Participants can experience media effects on Web pages, including video and sound. However, Web Content sharing does not let you guide participants to other Web pages. IMPORTANT NOTE: Attendees using some mobile devices (such as Android phones) will not be able to view this kind of shared media! For example if you wanted to have everyone watch (and listen to) a YouTube video during the meeting, this would be the option to use. Here s how: 1. From within your WebEx meeting, click the Share menu and select Web Content: 9
10 2. Copy the direct link to the YouTube video that you want to share (or the link to other webbased content) and then paste it into the Address field and click OK. 3. The web content will then display in a new Whiteboard tab titled watch and when you click to play it, the system audio will play through for attendees. Sharing Web Browser Sharing a Web browser lets you annotate while guiding participants around the web pages and sites. However, during Web browser sharing, participants cannot view or experience any multimedia effects on a Web page, such as Flash animations or streaming audio and video. Give Presenter Privileges to a Meeting Participant Sometimes during a meeting, the Host may wish to give Presenter privileges to one of the participants, so they can show a presentation or file, or share the contents of their desktop with the rest of the group. In other cases, you may wish to start a One-click meeting to do a quick one-on-one meeting with a student or colleague, to provide tutoring or have a private discussion. Sometimes the process of passing presenter privileges is referred to as passing the ball to someone else in the meeting. IMPORTANT NOTE: Be sure to remind the participant that before sharing, they should close anything that they don t want others to see, such as open files, websites, , text or online chat boxes, etc.! Here s how to make someone else the Presenter: 10
11 1. Right-click on the person s name in the Participants palette, select Change Role To and then select Presenter. (Note the other options from this menu as well.) 2. When Presenter privileges are turned over to a participant, they will see a You are now the presenter message flash on their screen. 3. The next step for the participant is to share whatever they wish to with others in the meeting. To do this, the easiest thing for them to do is to click Share My Desktop. 4. Alternatively, the person presenting can also select specific applications or files by clicking the small dropdown arrow to the right of this icon and choosing what they what want to share by navigating to a specific file or application. 11
12 Set Participant Privileges If the host in the meeting goes to the menu and selects Participant > Assign privileges and then clicks the Participant tab, they have a variety of options. We strongly recommend that you do NOT give participants these privileges: o o Control shared applications, web browser, or desktop remotely: Giving a participant access to a desktop that is being shared by another person also gives them remote access to the other user s operating system and files, etc. Record a meeting: Only the Host should have the ability to record meetings. Have Participants Raise their Hand Sometimes the Host of the meeting will ask participants to Raise their hand to indicate their preferences or feedback on a question. Here s how! At the bottom of the Participants palette, everyone will see a Raise Hand button. When they click that, the Host will see how everyone has responded. 12
13 Expel a Participant and/or Restrict Access to a Meeting You can expel an Attendee from a meeting (for example, if his/her behavior is inappropriate or they have somehow managed to get into a meeting they should not be in. You can also restrict access to a meeting once it has started so no one else can join. To expel an attendee: Click the person s name in the Participant list, then from the menu, select Participant then Expel. To Restrict Access to additional attendees once a meeting has started: Select Meeting from the menu, then select Restrict Access. No one else will be able to join the meeting at that point. This is useful if you are doing a presentation and latecomers would be disruptive. Audio for WebEx Hosts and Participants Audio Options: Computer (VoIP) or Phone Option 1: Click the Call Using Computer prompt to join audio through your computer s audio system and the Internet. o o This option enables audio information to be transmitted online, so meeting participants can hear and speak to each other if they have a microphone and speakers on their PC, or a headset with a microphone. You can also test your speaker and mic from this dialog box. Using VoIP avoids any long distance phone charges. Although a phone number will always be provided that you can use to call in to a WebEx meeting, regular toll charges will apply, depending 13
14 upon your particular phone plan. The best option in terms of participating using Internet audio is to invest in a headset with a microphone. Option 2: Click Use Phone link o o The dialog box will expand and provide a phone number, access code and attendee ID. NOTE that regular long-distance phone charges will apply if you are calling from a home or cell phone, based on your phone plan. Muting Your Own or a Participant s Microphone or Phone 1. Click the little green tab to display the toolbar palette and click the Mute Me button when an application or the presenter s desktop is being shared. 2. Clicking the mute icon to the right of a name can also be used. 3. Hosts can mute any participant by clicking the mute icon next to the person s name; typically if there is a lot of background noise from that person s environment. 4. If you are using a built-in mic (for example, on a laptop), press the Ctrl key while you re speaking. This mutes your speakers so the feedback from them doesn t cause a distracting digital delay. 5. If you are calling in by phone, never put the WebEx call on Hold if your organization has background hold music, everyone on the call will hear it. The host will probably mute you and neither of you will necessarily know that when you return to the call. Use the Chat Tool When you begin a new WebEx meeting, keep in mind that attendees cannot see chat posts that are posted prior to the time when they joined the WebEx meeting. So if you post introductory information for attendees (i.e., a reminder about the phone line to call into or how to use VoIP, or troubleshooting info) into chat during the time when people are entering the meeting, be sure to repost the information periodically as people enter the meeting room. You can copy and paste URLs into the Chat window and they become live hyperlinks. For example, if you wanted participants to check out and bookmark a website after the meeting, simply copy and paste the URL into the Chat window and let them know to click it it will open in their web browser in a new window. Conduct a Poll To conduct a poll of your meeting participants, simply click the dropdown arrow to the right of the Notes tab on the WebEx Control Panel, and select Manage Panels. 14
15 Select Polling from the Available Panels box and click the Add>> button to move it to Current Panels, then click OK. 15
16 You will want to experiment a little bit with creating the questions and answers in a poll before doing a poll live in a WebEx meeting. Designate a Single Note-taker WebEx includes a Notes panel that participants can use (as long as they are assigned this privilege, which is normally included by default. A Host can designate one participant to take notes for the meeting, which everyone can see while the meeting proceeds. Here s how: 16
17 1. Set up the Notes palette: Right click on the Notes palette, select Notes * then select Single User. 2. Designate a Notes taker: From the Participants panel, right-click on the person you wish to take notes, select Change Role To then Note Taker. 3. The notes that the designated note taker enters into the Notes palette can now be viewed by everyone else in the meeting as the meeting proceeds, then copied and pasted out later for circulation. Usage/Attendance Reports for Meetings You Host Hosts can easily view usage for meetings they schedule and run, such as attendance, duration, and more across all your meetings. You can generate a report for any dates up to three months prior to today. 1. Go to and log in using your Host account. 2. Click on MyWebEx and then on My Reports. 17
18 3. Click on Usage Report and enter the parameters to run your report. 4. To view Attendance information, simply click each Topics title. You can Print or Export the data for any report. 18
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