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Create EchoVideo Content for Faculty

Find articles related how to create content with EchoVideo whether you're recording in the classroom, recording personal lectures, or in our AV Studio.

Capture Classroom Lectures for Faculty

Use Echo360 for scheduled or ad-hoc classes with Live Stream or without, students can rewatch your lectures and utilize the engagement tools (increases student learning/participation).

Edit EchoVideo Content for Faculty

Learn how to edit your video, edit transcripts or apply Closed Captions, create Collections to share media with others, sync Teams and OneDrive recordings to your Library, and more.

View Analytics in EchoVideo for Faculty

Learn how to monitor student participation (video views or poll responses) for individual media or course media analytics.

Use an EchoVideo Course for Faculty

Find articles on how to add media to an Echo360 course, create a Class or Class group, manage the Class List in your course, and get to know the virtual Classroom player and its features.

Sharing EchoVideo Content for Faculty

Explore the different methods of sharing content to Canvas, embed your media or share to a course.

Engage/Poll in EchoVideo for Faculty

Explore how to enhance student learning and participation with the integrated active learning tools in a classroom or use embedded polls.

EchoVideo - Error Messages seen in Canvas

Understand the message box alerts you may see in Canvas.

EchoVideo Help Guide for Students

Get started with EchoVideo as a student. Access recordings from within Canvas, watch a video and search the transcript, take Notes, ask questions, participate in interactive polls, and more.

Articles (6)

Pinned Article EchoVideo Help - Main Page

This article is for faculty already using Echo360 (EchoVideo). Learn different ways to record, manage, edit your media or transcript, tools/tips to engage your students, and what enhancements are new and coming.

Pinned Article EchoVideo: Quick Guide for Instructors (Getting Started)

Learn the basics of getting started with Lecture Capture. Faculty will obtain their user account after attending the "Introduction" workshop. EchoVideo is cloud based (accessed in your browser) it supports the creation of lecture videos and promotes active learning. EchoVideo integrates with Canvas, Teams, OneDrive, and Zoom.

Pinned Article EchoVideo: What's New for Instructors

Keep up to date with EchoVideo latest enhancements and features released to updates coming.

EchoVideo 2023-2024 Releases for Instructors

EchoVideo Q4 2023 enhancements include a new Video Player seen across the platform excluding Live Streams, create embedded Playlists, choose Virtual Backgrounds when recording with Browser Capture, and several visual improvements that provide simpler workflows improving accessibility. Click to learn more about 2024 Enhancements, hotfixes, new features this page will be maintained and kept up to date.

EchoVideo: FAQ for Instructors

Explore a collection of questions and their answers when using EchoVideo in your classes no matter how you're teaching them.

EchoVideo: Instructor How-to Videos

View bitesize how-to videos on creating content, managing media, editing your media, different methods of sharing, increasing student learning with polls, monitoring student performance via Analytics, and more.