Echo360: Active Learning Platform
The Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP) is a service that integrates personal and classroom video capture, student engagement tools, and analytic tools to maximize student participation and engagement for both campus-based and online courses. For more information about Echo360, please visit our Help Page.
Echo Engagement Tools (formerly LectureTools) is now part of Echo 360 ALP and can be used to keep students involved during class: contact University Teaching Center (UTC). The UTC offers training that focuses on how to create and use interactive activities and question slides in PowerPoint using Echo Engagement Tools and may be integrated with lecture captures.
Rooms Equipped for Lecture Capture
HEB 0100 and HEB 0110
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 (created prior to summer term 2016) by logging into https://electure.utoledo.edu:8443. Beginning summer 2016 you will need an account in the new, cloud-based platform: https://echo360.org/. Contact: UT Online.
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 videos on a public website or in a course where a captioning accommodation is required, the video must be captioned prior to being posted. In order to ensure materials are captioned in a timely manner, please contact Student Disability Services.
For more information, contact UT Online at email@example.com.