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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.
To add an agenda, a description, a photo, or course materials, scroll down on your Schedule Training Session form to the Session Information field. Here, you can add in your objectives for your training or a description, and you can import a photo. If you know your participants won't actually see you during the training, it's helpful to have a photo to put a name with a face. It will only accept files that are smaller than 100 kilobytes. So be sure to size the file before you want to upload.
Click on Import to attach the picture to the session. Scroll down to Course Material and click the Add Course Material button. You can add materials two ways. One is you can browse to the materials on your local machine, or if you've uploaded the file to your My WebEx first, you can select it from here. I'll browse to my local machine to find my file and click Open.
If I know I'll deliver this training session again later, I would use the Upload button to add it to my WebEx. Then I'll click Add. Now, the participants will see the file attached to the Session Information when they're ready to join the session. So as you can see, there's some information that you might want to attach to your session to give easy access for your participants.
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