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Instructor How To Videos
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2019 10:17AM EDT

This article applies to:  Echo360 Instructors

Our training and development staff has created a video library that helps instructors understand and learn about Echo360 to enhance the educational experience before, during, or after class. Here, you’ll find basic tutorials to help you get started. A few tips before you begin…

Working with Video

If you are going to be capturing video you can download Universal Capture to your computer or upload a video you have already created.

Working with Presentations and Polling

You may want to grab one of your favorite presentations that you can upload and play while you are using these video tutorials

Accessing a course

Before jumping in it might help access your Echo360 account and a sandbox course to follow along. If you don’t have one setup you can contact your Echo360 admin to get you set up!

Once you’ve logged in you can start working with your course material and engaging your students. Enter the video course and use the following categories to guide your learning:

Initial Workflow for Instructors

If you are using the Echo360 Platform for the first time, take things step by step using this recommended workflow.

Using Echo360 with your Learning Management System

Use the videos to learn how to integrate your Echo360 content within your learning management system (LMS)or virtual learning environment (VLE).

Engaging your Students with Active Learning

Are you ready to have students take a more active role in your class? Learn how to get them involved in the conversation and participating by using engaging polling and multimedia tools.

Download Videos from Our Library

Want to share our training materials or review them outside of the Echo360 Training Course? Click on the video or presentation icon in the video course, and select Download from the options. You can download the videos (MP4) or presentations (PDFs) from the class list for sharing or use from your local computer.
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