The new WebEx Meetings is here and with it comes a free basic account that anyone can get and use. We invite educators to get their own account and start using it in the classroom. Here are three ideas to get things started – and we have more here. We’d also love to hear your ideas. Please comment on this blog!
Interview an Expert
Use WebEx to bring an “expert” into your classroom. Distance or location is no longer a barrier. Use the video conference capabilities of WebEx to take your students into studios, laboratories or even into the field! All the other person needs is an Internet connection and a webcam to broadcast from wherever they are. They could even engage with you via their iPad or iPhone or Android. Anyone can get the mobile application at no cost.
Share your classroom with another classroom! You can aim your webcam at your students and have your partner aim the camera at his or her classroom and away you go. This is a great way to demonstrate to the students that they are similar and different from students in another location. You can also use desktop sharing Read More »
Tags: Android, App, education, free, iphone, learning, mobile, school, WebEX
Win an Amazon gift certificate by telling us where you’d like to WebEx this summer!
Send us your photo and a 5-15 word description of where you’d like take your next WebEx this summer! In the forest? At the beach? The only trick is the photo has to be one you’ve taken – we don’t want to break any copyright laws! And it should be “G”-rated.
Send your entries here.
We’d love help you imagine working remotely, using our free iPhone or Android mobile apps while you are on the road, on vacation or just enjoying a sunny afternoon. Read More »
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The new WebEx Meetings is focused on making online meetings easy.
The user interface makes starting an online meeting as simple as one click! The price of a meeting is very affordable – you can get a free Basic account – and you can host a meeting with two other people using your computer for audio by starting an instant meeting!
Get your free Basic WebEx Meetings account here.
Here’s how to get started with your first meeting. Read More »
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Leadership is not reserved for the people at the top of an organization.
For a team or organization to truly move forward in an aligned and synergistic way, everyone has to be involved and feel that they can contribute in a meaningful way—no matter their role.
You can make a difference and tap your leadership skills. Learn how in this free WebEx webinar on Wednesday, May 23.
Register now. [Post event, click here to listen to the recording.]
In this webinar, Read More »
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Renowned for their forte in traditional and cultural delicacies that date back more than 6,000 years, the French have developed quite a classy reputation. Fine dining, wine and cheese are, of course, the most obvious of their specialties, and now they have a new specialty to add to that list – IPv6.
France is among the leaders in the worldwide deployment of the Next-Generation IPv6 Internet Their research and efforts date back 15 years and have played an important role in our understanding of IPv6. A recent study by Google has revealed that France is responsible for more than half of current IPv6 traffic worldwide. Three service providers are leading the IPv6 deployments – France Telecom Group’s Orange, Free and now with this joint announcement, SFR.
SFR announced today that it has selected Cisco’s Carrier-Grade Internet Protocol Version 6 (CGv6) Solution as a first step in transitioning its network infrastructure to IPv6. SFR, the second-largest telecommunications operator in France, has deployed the Cisco ASR 1000 Series router, enabling IPv6 access to the Internet for its business subscribers and 4.6 million residential customers.
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