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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.
Best practices for instructors when using the Upload/Media tool in Canvas and alternatives tools to record video.
If you have a Zoom Pro account and have an EchoVideo user account. Your Zoom cloud recordings will automatically copy to your EchoVideo Library. You can use embed in your video(s) in Canvas or publish to an EchoVideo course. Learn more in this article.
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.
Learn the differences of the video players in EchoVideo when publishing to a section vs. embedding media in Canvas. * Coming in 2024 is a new video player with a consistent look across the platform, stay tuned.
Explore how to edit your video using the video editor, there is no software to download, it works in your browser. You can trim, cut, combine, and add custom thumbnails to your video. NOTE: Supported browsers are Firefox and Google Chrome are recommended (latest version).
Keep up to date with EchoVideo latest enhancements and features released to updates coming.
Similar to Canva, Adobe Express Premium is an online design app with an integrated suite of tools that allows all registered students, faculty and staff access to create graphics, short videos, and web pages. Adobe Express includes branding features that allow you to stay consistent with University standards and collaboration tools to work on projects with other SVSU users.
Allows you to create a media Collection in your Library to share with instructors or students outside of an Echo360 (EchoVideo) course. You can set various permissions for what they are allowed to do with your media.
Learn how to access and manage your EchoVideo course media.
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.
Learn how to share and publish media to an EchoVideo course which utilizes the Active Learning Platform. Media published to a course are listed on the Classes list page. All students and others enrolled in your Canvas course will have access to your content.
404 Not Found error message displays in Canvas (e.g., page, discussion, assignment, etc.) when EchoVideo content has been deleted from your Library.
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.
Explore how to engage students with polls by embedding them in a video or a presentation (PowerPoint or PDF). Create polls from scratch, edit, and reuse them in your presentations or videos. Refine and increase student learning and engagement with embedded polls and use them in your synchronous or asynchronous classes.