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Watch as author Karen Hyder demonstrates how to use WebEx Training Center to hold effective online meetings with audio, video, and screen sharing capabilities. This course covers how to set up, host, and manage sessions using built-in collaboration tools; how to engage presenters with chat and polling; how to share presentation duties with other participants; and how to use the WebEx recording features to make content available to others at a later date.
Note: Those using Meeting Center will also be able to use this course.
When you have finished your session, if you saved the session files, you can go back and review your content. In my Word session, I saved my files and I can see them here. I had a Whiteboard that my participants created with me and I had Chat text. I like to use my chat text to create FAQs or to follow up with students whose questions I was unable to answer during the session. In this session Greg asked about styles. I'm going to follow up with him by sending an email with information about our upcoming advanced Word class that covers Styles.
If there were polls in my session, I can review the poll results by opening the saved file. I can find out who answered the question correctly and who answered incorrectly. I can also view poll results in an Excel format. When I open the file, I see a list of my participants and their responses. I can use this content to follow up with participants to be sure they learned the information and are able to use it when they get back to their desks.
In addition to these files saved with my session, you might also want to generate reports about attendee usage, who logged in, when they logged in, how long the sessions were, and even details about participants' attendance in multiple sessions.
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