Record Classes with Echo360

 

Echo360 is a lecture capture solution that can record in-class sessions that automatically captures:

  • you, at the podium
  • room/system audio
  • your computer
  • a document camera
  • any additional input (eg. media playing)

This system is entirely automatic and can make recordings available for students to watch online after class. It requires no intervention from the instructor beyond their request to have a class recorded.

How does it work? 

 

What is Echo360 Live and how does it work?

While most instructors provide a recording of their lecture after the fact, there is also the ability to provide students with a live stream of the lecture while it is happening. Note that while students will be able to watch the lecture live, interactivity is very limited.

Echo360 Live streaming information (instructors)

Echo360 Live streaming information (students)

How to get started with Echo360

If you are teaching in one of the classrooms listed below and are interested in having your classes captured by Echo360 or live streamed, please follow the steps below.

Step 1. Verify that your classroom has Echo360 installed below.
Step 2. Request the recording by filling out the Echo360 Lecture Capture Request Form.
Step 3. Add the Echo 360 link into your myCourses site (pdf, video)

Echo360 is available in:

Auditorium Charlton College of Business College of Visual and Performing Arts Dion Science and Engineering Liberal Arts Library
006 115
149
240
247
248
340
341
105
153
156
101
105
109
110
114
115
116
305
104
107
110
111
113
115
116
117
119
121
201A
204
206
209
210
213
214
215

217
205
206
207
School of Marine Science and Technology Science and Engineering Spruce Textiles UMass Law
W 204
E 101
E 102
E 103
113
114
115
117
118
207
210
128
130
101
102
116
117
123
231
232
233
234

 

Note: Use of Echo360 is done in accordance with the UMass Dartmouth Lecture Capture Policy.