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Echo360 allows you to record in the classroom and on your computer. Learn different ways to record, how you can engage your students, watch training videos, and view support articles.
Depending on how your Canvas course is structured, Echo360 provides multiple ways that to share content with your students.
A collection of questions and answers about Echo360 and how it works.
Universal Capture Personal allows faculty to record video lectures on their machine asynchronously or Live Stream synchronously, from their office or any location. The interface is identical whether you are using a Mac or PC.
Echo360 Universal Capture Personal allows you to record synchronous or asynchronous lectures. This guide covers how to install the software on your computer.
This article covers the steps after you have had your Echo360 account created. Learn how to complete user registration (first-time use), reset your password, download Universal Capture, and sign up for workshops.
View the different methods of engaging your students with Echo360's active learning tools for before, during, and after class.
Classroom Capture will record everything you do on the computer screen and audio, there is not a camera so you will not be recorded teaching at the podium computer. Learn what to do with a scheduled class for your course.
You can view/download instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using an Appliance. Download the (PDF) instructions on the right side of the page under the Attachments section.
View or download instructions on how to use an Echo360 appliance in the classroom for scheduled recordings in room(s) C140, W115, and W226.
You can view/download instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using Classroom Capture.
View/download instructions on using an Echo360 appliance for scheduled/Live Stream recordings.
The Files tool in 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.
Overview of supported tools for teaching and a comparison table of synchronous and asynchronous software.
Software and resources for faculty, staff, and students to teach and collaborate online.