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All students rostered in a Canvas course have access to videos shared through a EchoVideo in Canvas. Students do not have a separate log in outside of their SVSU network password. Students can access EchoVideo content in a variety of ways inside of Canvas.
A unauthorized error displays in Canvas or other locations where a public link was previously used. Media stored in EchoVideo must be shared with students by embedding media in Canvas content type (e.g., Page, Discussion, Assignment, etc.) or publishing to an EchoVideo course(s).
Explore how to use Active Learning Platform within your EchoVideo course, interact with your students and view analytics in a course.
Best practices for instructors when using the Upload/Media tool in Canvas and alternatives tools to record video.
Turnitin is an online resource that assists students on how to avoid plagiarism and academic dishonesty through the use of Turnitin. This article demonstrates how to create an assignment using Turnitin, how students submit a file with Turnitin enabled, and where to get support for Turnitin at SVSU.
Record online with Browser Capture using EchoVideo without needing Universal Capture software, you can record your browser tab, a program window, or your entire screen. Browser Capture works on any computer (includes Chromebooks and Netbooks) with a supported browser and requires an internet connection.
Canvas is the learning management system used at SVSU. Canvas allows instructors to organize their courses and course content so students can find the materials they need quickly and easily. Canvas includes tools for announcements, assignments, quizzes, grades, discussion and more.
Canvas provides online storage and file sharing in three places: Course Files, Personal Files, and Group Files. This article includes aspects of each place and offers alternative ways to share media with your students and not affect your course quota.
MS Teams allows large meetings to be broken up into smaller Breakout Rooms. This article contains many details of the possible features faculty will encounter while using the Breakout Room option.
Student guide for various online tools they have access to where they can learn Canvas, Echo360, join a meeting in Teams, create graphics, presentations, short videos and more.
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.
Overview of supported tools for teaching and a comparison table of synchronous and asynchronous software this includes Microsoft 365 apps (OneDrive, Bookings, Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) Canvas, Respondus LockDown Browser, EchoVideo, Teams, Adobe, and more.
If you use Modules to structure your course material and use EchoVideo to share your class lectures, use the easy embed button. This publishing method allows students to watch your videos directly inside the content type (e.g., Assignment, Discussion, Page, etc.). The embedded video player meets accessibility needs with screen readers and closed captions.
404 Not Found error message displays in Canvas (e.g., page, discussion, assignment, etc.) when EchoVideo content has been deleted from your Library.
The LTI error displays in Canvas when an instructor uses Student view when trying to view EchoVideo content. The ability for instructors to see the student perspective is a feature that is coming toward the end of 2023.