What's new in Echo360 for Instructors?
In July 2017, Tufts moved to the newest version of the Echo360 lecture capture system. Recordings were previously hosted, administered, and viewed on a platform called the Echo System Server (ESS). Going forward, recordings will be hosted on the Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP).
Most ESS users accessed recordings via individual links in Trunk or TUSK. In the ALP, all recordings for a course are grouped on a single Course page in Echo360. Your Trunk, Canvas, or TUSK course site will link directly to the associated Echo360 Course page where you'll be able to view all available recordings for the course. The Echo360 player/viewer (now called a "Classroom") and the video editor have also been updated. For more information, see the Echo360 help files:
Please note that the Questions/Q&A tool has been disabled for Tufts.
All active Instructors in Echo360 have a Personal Library for finding, storing, and sharing content. If you use Personal Capture, you can publish Personal Capture videos to your Library and later add them to courses or share them with individual students. For more information, see the Echo360 help files:
New Login Process
All Tufts account holders have access to the new Echo360. However, the login process has changed. Instructors accessing Echo360 from within Trunk or Canvas will be taken directly to recordings without having to log in again. Instructors using TUSK will use Single Sign-On (SSO) to log into Echo360 with their Tufts Username and Password. For more information, see How do I access Echo360?