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Echo360-enabled classrooms can automatically record lectures and make them available for viewing at any time. The system synchronizes video and audio of the instructor with any content that can be displayed from the computer. The software can also be used from any campus or personal computer to record learning modules, screencasts, or tutorials. Echo360 is useful for student review, distance learning courses, web based tutorials, and much more.
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Rooms Equipped for Lecture Capture
Who Owns the Content
Please remember that instructors own their Echo360 captures and are held responsible for the content they create and use. You can access your content by logging into https://electure.utoledo.edu:8443.
Statements About Media Use
Faculty are encouraged to include statements about media use in their course syllabi. Suggested language can be found at http://www.utoledo.edu/dl/faculty/media_statement_syllabus.html.
Please remember if you are posting lectures in a course in which a deaf/hard-of-hearing student is enrolled, the lecture must be captioned prior to being posted. In order to ensure materials are captioned in a timely manner, it is suggested that departments utilize Echo 360's partner Automatic Sync system.
Read More About Echo360
To read more about Echo360, visit the official Echo360 user guide.
For more information, contact Learning Ventures at firstname.lastname@example.org.