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Echo360

Echo360

Echo360 is a campus video platform that allows you to create videos and add interactive content.

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Why Use Echo360?

Top 5 Reasons Instructors Use Echo360 (1:19)

  1. Real-time behavioral analytics
  2. Confusion flagging for students
  3. Students use their own devices
  4. LMS gradebook integration
  5. Students have full access to content

Get to Know Echo360

Recorded Training Sessions

Install the Recording Software

Echo360’s Universal Capture software lets you record from your webcam and your screen. You can download and install Universal Capture without help from IT staff.

On your Windows 10 work computer:

  • If you are off campus, please sign in to the College’s Global Protect VPN (Virtual Private Network). If you are on campus, you can skip this step.
  • Click the magnifying glass icon near the bottom left corner of your screen.
  • Search for “software center” and open the Software Center app.
  • Click on Echo360 Universal Capture and install it.

On a Mac, please follow the instructions on the Echo360 Support site. Be sure to install the UC (Universal Capture) Personal version. 

Get Echo in Your Courses

During the pilot phase (SU21), Echo360 will be released  on a course-by-course basis. Here's how that works:

  • For Summer 2021 Courses

Please email Tim Lockman (tlockman@kish.edu) the course offering code (e.g., ENG-103-1B01.SU21—this is located under Course Admin > Course Offering Information) for each of your summer classes. Brian Magnuson, Online Course Coordinator, will release Echo to your course shells and then you can begin using it in those classes.

  • For Fall 2021 Courses

Based on guidance from the Office of Instruction, FA21 course offering shells will not be created until the end of June or beginning of July. However, Brian can create a prep shell for you so you can begin using Echo to prepare your FA21 classes. Please contact him with the course(s) (e.g., ENG 103 will suffice) you need shells for so he can set them up. 

Want to Know More?

For questions about Echo360, please contact Tim Lockman, Instructional Designer, at tlockman@kish.edu. 

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