Using Webex for Collaboration

What is Webex Meetings?

Webex Meetings is a web conferencing service that connects you with anyone, anywhere, in real time. You can create meetings that combine desktop sharing through a web browser with audio conferencing and video, so everyone sees and hears the same thing at the same time. The service also includes an annotation tool and a whiteboard, and meetings can be recorded for later playback. It even works on a mobile device like an iPad. You can add these meetings to your D2L course to host a lecture to your entire course or a meeting between just a few people.

To set up your LSC WebEx account, visit and sign in with your LSC network username and password. 

Your LSC Webex account includes access to 3 conferencing accounts: Webex Meetings, Webex Events, and Webex Trainings. To decide which conferencing account may be best for your instructional purposes, visit the Webex Suite Comparison page. Specific tools and functions for each account can be found under the Information Sharing and Special Features headings.

For more information about Webex conferencing accounts, see

What is Webex Teams?

Webex lets you collaborate with others in a variety of ways. You can create virtual spaces to share files or whiteboards, send messages to groups or individuals, and start phone calls or video meetings.

For more information about Webex Teams, see