Echo360 Help

Important Announcements for Faculty

  • New in Spring 2021: You will need to create your own recording schedules. They are no longer automatically created. See Faculty > Create/Manage Schedules and Recordings.
  • Combine Recordings: You will need to combine recording schedules of hybrid Spring 2021 course sections in Echo360 before linking the Echo360 section in their Canvas course.
  • Do you plan on leveraging recordings that you made in the past for this semester?
    Here are two typical ways this can be done in Echo360. *Note: Copying recordings is typically reserved for editing purposes only.
  • Register for Training: "All Things Echo360", a Professional Development Institute (PDI) session, will be held virtually on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 1:00 p.m.
Echo360 Recording Example
Echo360 records lectures in 200 CSU classrooms.

Echo360 is a lecture capture technology that provides the ability to record audio, computer screen content and (optional) video of the instructor and make it available to students online. Live Stream allows students to watch remotely and is enabled for all scheduled classroom recordings.

Faculty/Instructors

Get Started: Review the Echo360 recording options, and steps to provide student access to your Echo360 recordings.

Students

Log in to Canvas, select your course, and click the Echo360 tab to access the LIVE stream or view recorded videos and other Echo360 content. Student Instructions

Help and Support

Self-Help: Use the Echo360 self-help guides PDFs and videos provided by CSU and Echo360 for step-by-step instructions.

Recording Requests: Use the Recording Requests menu above to:

  • Manage Echo360 Recording Schedules
  • Cancel a Scheduled Recording
  • Remove Recording Schedules (for the entire semester)
  • Request a Special Recording
  • Combine Recordings of Echo360 Sections (required for hybrid class sections)

Technical Support: Review the Common Technical Issues before contacting your instructor or CSU technical support about a Classroom Hardware Issue or Software Issue.

Login

Login Instructions: See two ways for faculty to log in to Echo360. It is important to use the correct email address format.