HELP! I'm not on campus, or some of my students are quarantined! What can I do with Echo360 to help me, and help them?
This page provides a quick-start list of things you can do to convert to most or full-time remote teaching, along with links to help articles containing procedures and other information. This page also contains links to download quick reference guide (QRC) PDFs where available. The PDFs are attached to this page and available to view as a list at the bottom.
Click the Attachments link on the right to jump to the list of downloadable QRC PDFs.
Besides this page, we also recommend you at least pass through the Echo360 Guide to Academic Continuity for suggestions and further direction. You may also want to take a look at our Case Studies and Real-Life Examples for Remote Learning.
If you like, you can start by downloading our Campus is Closed! What Do I do? PDF guide. If you're already familiar with Echo360 and just need a jump-start in the right direction, this document may provide all you need. But use (or return to) the table and links below for any further assistance.
|If you want to:||Then...|
|Create discrete, targeted learning objects||
Edit existing media for reuse:
|Live stream your lectures||
From the on-campus venue or from home:
|Share media with your students||
Post to a class in your Echo360 course:
Post media into your LMS/VLE Course pages
Share media with students via a Group
|Add polling questions for students to answer||
Adding polls to a presentation
Reviewing polling responses:
Quick Reference Cards (PDF)
|Use the assignment functionality of your LMS...||
Online Help Articles:
Quick Reference Cards (PDF):
|Use Zoom recordings in Echo360...||
Echo360 Online Help Articles
|Use MS Teams recordings and/or OneDrive media with Echo360...||
The below list are the attached PDFs for a variety of quick reference guides for several of the relevant and more common Echo360 features. Please note that some of these guides are slightly out of date and are in the process of being updated. However you may still find the essential steps useful in directing you toward your goal.