Echo360 is a university-wide system designed to capture and record lectures and upload lecturer-created videos for access through Moodle (Wattle).
The upgrade of Echo360 to the Active Learning Platform (ALP) is now complete and ready for the start of the 2018 teaching year.
Echo360 ALP facilitates in-class engagement and participation through interactive activities such as polls and quizzes, activity slides, and Q&A discussion spaces. The tools support flipped classroom, personalised and student-centered models of teaching and learning. At its most basic, Echo360 ALP still provides fully automated lecture capture services, allowing students to stream or download recordings of lectures after class.
Here is a brief introductory video to Echo360 ALP.
For more information on training sessions, go here.
To find out if your teaching venue is Echo360 enabled, please visit the Echo360 Recording Lectures and Venues page.