Joining a meeting through Canvas
Joining a meeting from an Email Invitation
Once the Webex meeting loads, you will have an opportunity to choose your audio and video settings before fully joining. See THIS GUIDE for more info.
If this is the first time you will be using Webex, you may be prompted to download some software which may take anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes depending upon your Internet connection speed. You can pre-configure your system with the required software by going to the Cisco Webex Test Meeting located at: https://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html.
Please make sure your computer has a microphone and speakers to be able to talk and hear while you are in the Webex meeting. In most cases, an inexpensive headset is preferable to using your computer's built-in microphone and speakers. Since all computers are different, Baylor University and the Electronic Library cannot make specific recommendations about what settings to use or what headset devices to purchase.
As with any web-conferencing system, there are three basic prerequisites that must be met in order to have a successful Webex session: a working computer with the Webex software installed, a functional computer audio system with a headset and microphone, and a reliable Internet connection. Since all three of these requirements are your responsibility, be sure to join your session early to make sure that you are able to successfully connect to Webex and be prepared to make alternate arrangements if you run into any problems. Most sessions allow you to connect up to 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.
More info for participants is available at the Webex Help Center under the “Join Meetings” section. Here you will find a video tutorial and links to other topics. You will need to contact your instructor directly for additional information about how Webex will be used during class.