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Hear From Your Peers Webinar Series
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2019 10:28AM EDT

This article applies to:  Echo360 Instructors

Every month you can make your job a little easier by learning instructional or administrative best practices directly from an Echo360 power user. These experts will share insights based on their experience, and easy tips to help you use the platform most efficiently. The presentations will include various use cases, deployments, disciplines, institution and/or class sizes, to ensure that you will receive information relevant to you. Find the webinar links below and in our Video Library, titled Hear From Your Peers Webinar Series.

Hear From Your Peers Webinar Series Descriptions:

Administrative Perspective to Driving Adoption

New and existing Echo360 administrators can learn from a power user with over seven years of experience. Steven Ramos from Indian River State College (IRSC) will be sharing training and support methods, best practices for successfully increasing adoption on campus, as well as a standard workflow to manage usage. He will tie these efforts to institution analytics and data proving improved student outcomes. At the end of the session you will be able to participate in Q&A, so please come prepared with your questions.

Tips and Tricks to Engage and Retain Students in Your Math Course

Find out how an Echo360 power user leverages polls to engage students and creates short learning videos to ensure they are engaged before, during, and after class. This is perfect for instructors that want to create opportunities for students to participate. Claire Stuve from the University of Toledo will share tips on incorporating the Q&A feed within Echo360 to drive meaningful discussions and allow students to contribute to the conversation. Lastly, you will see the data and analytics proving her efforts lead to increased retention in her introductory math course, and how it integrates with the Learning Management System.
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