Echo360 Getting Started

Echo360 Lecture Capture is used for recording asynchronous/synchronous lectures. All recordings are stored in the cloud. You can record classroom lectures and create personal recordings on your computer. Echo360 records your voice, screen action, and/or PowerPoint slides, yourself in an equipped appliance room or on your computer.

There is more to Echo360 than just recording class lectures such as embedded videos with the capabilities to add polling in a video/audio file where you can check for student understanding. Or you can use the Active Learning Platform another great way to assess student learning, view usage analytics, and the ability to push points to the grade book.

An infographic of Echo360 features

New to Echo360? 

You must have introductory training to obtain an Echo360 user account.

If you are new to Echo360 sign up for an introductory workshop register at svsu.edu/workshops. After the training, you will receive an email invitation (24 hours minimum), "You've been invited to create an Echo360 account" click "COMPLETE REGISTRATION". You are redirected to create a password for Echo360.

How to Log in to Echo360

Log into Echo360's cloud platform where your videos are stored at www.echo360.org 

  1. Enter your SVSU email address,(example username@svsu.edu). 
  2. Choose Saginaw Valley State University from the drop-down menu (if prompted). 
  3. Enter your password
  4. If you forgot your password you can reset it here
Your password is not synced with your SVSU login credentials.

Download and Install - Universal Capture: Personal

For a step-by-step walk through, please view the Universal Capture Installation Guide

Request Echo360 in Your Course

Each semester you will need to request Echo360 to be used in your Canvas course(s), please fill out this form
 

 

 

 

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