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Overview of supported tools for teaching and a comparison table of synchronous and asynchronous software.
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.
Keep up-to-date with the latest enhancements, see what is coming soon, various ways you use the Active Learning Platform, how you can check for student understanding utilizing polls, and access all our Echo360 Help Requests.
Learn how to edit your video in Echo360 video editor, there is no software to download, works in your browser; Firefox and Google Chrome are recommended (latest version).
Learn how to make your content in Echo360 ADA compliant for all learners.
Learn how to use the Active Learning Platform at a beginner level along with the different methods of providing Echo360 in your Canvas course.
How to use the Active Learning Platform (Echo360 course) and gather classroom analytics and push participation points to the Canvas gradebook.
Use Teams and OneDrive in Echo360 and subscribe your recordings to automatically copy to your Echo360.
Universal Capture software allows faculty to record synchronous or asynchronous class lectures on their computer, from their office, home, or any location.
Learn the different ways videos can be recorded or uploaded to Echo360. View the classroom grid on what equipment is installed in each room, including what type of Echo360 Appliance if applicable.
Software and resources for faculty, staff, and students to teach and collaborate online.
This article will show you how to engage students with polls by embedding them in a video or a presentation (PowerPoint or PDF) in your Echo360 course class.
Allows you to create a Collection (folder) in your Library which is a link to media that you can easily share with students or instructors outside of an Echo360 course.
Get familiar with the student perspective of using Echo360's Classroom Tools.
Review all our library of articles on recording with Echo360 in a classroom; whether they are scheduled by ITS or you are creating ad-hoc recordings.