Echo360 is available to all users at Clarkson. New Accounts: If you do not currently have an account, please contact email@example.com to set up an account.
Integrated with Moodle and automated schedules provides a hands-off method to record and share class lectures with students.
Lecture Capture: Scheduled lecture capture enables faculty to automatically record and post recordings from in-class sessions to your Moodle course.
Personal Capture: Create tutorials with screen capture, web cam and audio recordings from anywhere. Post in Moodle for quick, easy access to student. Get started with Personal Capture.
Media Hosting: Upload previously created videos for seamless sharing to your students. and Record class sessions, post in Moodle, students playback for later.
What’s new in Echo360:
Using Echo Cloud:
Echo360 Resource Center for Instructors, Students & Admins: https://support.echo360.com/
Moodle: External Tool – In the past, faculty added an ‘Echo block’ to their Moodle course for students to access recordings. Now, rather than a block, faculty will insert an External Tool activity item within the main section of your Moodle course. Students will click that to access recordings.
Embed an Echo Recording in Moodle Course – There may be times when you wish to embed, or place directly within, your Echo recording inside Moodle. Echo now permits you to do this quickly, and offers a nice image inside Moodle. Here’s how.
View more recently updated resources on Echo360 using the following links:
- Lecture Capture in the Classroom
- Use Personal Capture to record from your desktop
- Adding other media
- Editing a capture
- Echo Cloud: Link Echo to Moodle using External Tool
- Embed an Echo Recording in Moodle Course
- Link or Share Echos Publicly
- Updating links to recordings in Echo Cloud
- Echo360 in the Cloud – Clarkson University Faculty Summer Camp 2017 Recorded Workshop
- Cave Exploring: Classroom Captures with Echo360 – Clarkson University Faculty Summer Camp 2017 Recorded Workshop