When transitioning to distance learning and collaboration, don't miss a beat with Webex. We help schools, colleges, universities, and research departments quickly scale to virtual learning with a high level of security.
Accessible and flexible connection for students and teachers.
"I strongly believe that it is the best option that is out there. We have used competitors and they are just not as strong. Some are close but most are not. We like the simplicity that this offers. The face-to-face meetings are so simple to set up. Screen sharing and control are good to have too."
"There’s so much more to the world than the four walls of your classroom. Webex is a genuinely exciting thing because it's expanding the world, not just for me but for my students."
"My teaching evaluations have improved since I've incorporated the Webex Board, my students' evaluations of their own materials seem to be doing better. They’re [students] asking other professors in my department, [to] please use this technology."
"When I have meetings and video calls with other people in different departments of the university, we use Webex because it's an easy way to talk about projects and ask if people have questions. Every person on the university account can use it."
"The most basic problem I am solving using this software is to be able to connect to my colleagues during this lockdown period. We are able to collaborate well and create plans and assignments for our students together using the Cisco Webex meeting app."
These are some ways Webex is working across education institutions.
Faculty can record and save classes, arrange virtual office hours, create spaces for assignments, and answer questions. Students can attend class from anywhere, work on group projects, and connect.
Teachers, faculty, and administration can leverage Webex to interact with each other, hold faculty meetings, share best practices and files, engage with experts, meet with parents, and continue professional development.
James Lewis, Interactive Video Manager, UNC Pembroke