Instructional and Informational Technology
Wednesday, January 13th 2021
Over 200 CSU classrooms have lecture capture recording capability using Echo360 devices. Particularly with COVID-19 class size restrictions and hybrid class configurations, Echo360 captures and live streaming benefits for both students and faculty. It can be used at no cost to you or students. This session is your basic introduction to lecture capture.
Come and learn:
• What is lecture capture?
• How does it work?
• What do students see when viewing Echo360 recordings?
• What does it do to help students and faculty?
• Which classrooms have lecture capture capability?
• How can I record material for students if I’m not teaching in an Echo360 lecture capture equipped room? – Echo Universal Capture: Personal – from home or office
• How do I link Echo recordings to my Canvas course?
• How can I set up Zoom recordings to be stored in Echo?
• How to navigate our echo360 help website.
Goals and Target Audience:
Our goal is to help answer your questions and help you decide whether to take advantage of Echo360 lecture capture to record, live stream, present and archive video content.
Target audience is faculty and staff who teach for CSU, especially in Echo360 Enabled rooms.