Echo 360 Lecture Capture
What is Echo 360?
Automated and easy to use, Echo360 captures the teaching already occurring in your classroom and turns it into a digital format ready for students to review and use in their studies.
By recording and editing your course content, then publishing it through the EchoCenter students can play back lectures and access class materials, anytime, anywhere from any Web-enabled device.
Streamlined Materials to Reference
Real-time, real-life reports
How Does it Work?
I'm Interested. How Do I Get Started?
We recommend that you start by contacting the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CTLA) for a short hand-on session to best equip you to start out with lecture capture. Echo 360 is very hands-off once everything is set up, and CTLA can best assist you in determining how to best integrate it into your courses.
Is Echo 360 Available In My Classroom?
Classroom Technology Services is working to enable the ability to use classroom capture in all of our STC classrooms, however, it may take some time to fully make the transition. Generally, all classrooms that contain an All-in-One style PC should be enabled for lecture capture. If you would like to check or have questions about which rooms are currently enabled, please contact the UITS Kokomo Support Center.