Echo360 is a recording and streaming tool, allowing for online asynchronous teaching. Get started on Echo360 by checking out their support centre.
Note - there are limits to using Echo360 for free. Check with your institution whether they have a licence.
Functions to increase accessibility:
- Record content so you share it with students
- Set up automatic transcription for the recording
- Add closed captions to the recording
- Add visuals so students can benefit from dual coding
- Echo360 is likely to work for students in countries with more restrictive firewalls.
Functions for active learning:
- Add polls and interactive media to encourage engagement with the learning
If you want tips on how to deliver over Echo360 effectively, have a look at our article on delivery techniques for asynchronous teaching.
Need help? Echo360 is a third-party tool (meaning it doesn’t belong to Aula). Get in touch with Aula if you’re having issues adding the Echo360 link to your space. Otherwise, get in touch with Echo360’s support team by emailing email@example.com or your institution’s support team