EchoVideo can now be configured with Microsoft (MS) Teams to provide users with a one-stop location for their Teams and course content management.
MS Teams functions like an educational management system, where users can access their EchoVideo recording schedules along with all the tools provided by an MS Teams installation. EchoVideo allows you to link those Teams into EchoVideo to use as a single-access point for your lecture captures and/or any supporting files you may be using for your courses.
In addition, if your institution configures a OneDrive integration for EchoVideo, Teams recordings as well as any uploaded media files can be automatically ingested into EchoVideo and even auto-published to instructors' course sections. See Overview: OneDrive and EchoVideo for more information and links to the relevant articles.
The following articles are provided for your use:
- For Admins: Configuring MS Teams with EchoVideo
- Admins should also refer to Teams Configuration Toggle for Instructor Pass-through
- For Instructors: Using EchoVideo with MS Teams
- Notes about MS Teams Integration with EchoVideo
Just like our LMS/VLE integrations with Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle, etc, MS Teams can function in the same way, providing a portal into EchoVideo content, or a way to access EchoVideo to use as a content management tool. HOW you choose to set it up and use it is entirely up to you, and EchoVideo is flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of uses.