Echo360 is the University's lecture (or presentation) capture system. Lectures or presentations are recorded at nominated venues and the recordings are made available to students via automated publication to teaching courses in the learning management system UoNline(Blackboard)
- View a list of venues with Echo360 recording capability.
- Echo360 captures the visual content, as displayed to students in the lecture from the teaching presentation computer, and synchronises this with the recorded audio of the lecture.
- There are a number of venues that have the capability to record dual screens (for example computer and visual monitor). Refer to the list of venues.
- Media content is then available for staff to view and/or edit in EchoSystem.
- Students are then able to view the content via a link which is automatically sent to the Blackboard course site nominated on the booking form.
Access the Echo360 Lecture Capture booking form.
Staff can create presentations at their desktop using Echo360 Personal Capture. Presentations are processed and published to Blackboard course sites just as a captured room lecture would be.
- To have Personal Capture installed on your University desktop computer or laptop, log a request via the 17Triplezero IT Service Portal.
Echo Personal Capture Resources
- For resources on Personal Capture installed on your University desktop computer or laptop, log a request via the 17Triplezero IT Service Portal.
Resources for Lecture Capture
- Making the most of Lecture Capture (Staff Guide)
- Making the most of Lecture Capture (Student Guide)
- Additional resources are available within the staff Lecture Capture tab in UoNline(Blackboard)
Staff support is available by contacting the UoNline Support Team. Students who require assistance should log a support call via the 17Triplezero IT Service Portal.