Echo 360 is a lecture capture technology that provides the ability to record audio, computer screen content and optionally, video of the instructor and make it available to students via the web 24 x 7.
Further, the content is indexed based on the content recorded on the screen (such as a PowerPoint presentation), allowing students to navigate quickly through the captured content and view the portions of the lecture they need. Recorded lectures can be displayed through web browsers on desktops, laptops and mobile devices, although the video portion is usually not available using mobile devices.
The Classroom Review Board (CRB) has endorsed Echo360 as the centrally supported lecture capture technology, and with funding from the University Technology Fee Advisory Board (UTFAB) and Online Plus, both personal capture and a small number of lecture capture classrooms are now available. Get started today!