Week 1 of Session 2 2017 saw the roll out of the Echo360 system upgrade to the Active Learning Platform.
Here’s the top 15 Staff FAQs and top 9 Student FAQs about your upgraded lecture capture software: Continue reading FAQs for Echo360’s Active Learning Platform
From Session 2 2017, Echo360’s upgraded software, Active Learning Platform (ALP), will be available in all units. Over the next few months, the faculties and the Learning Innovation Hub will be running a number of workshops, posts and events to support the adoption of this new software by the teaching community (further details at bottom of article).
“It is a pedagogical tool, not just a classroom recorder. Instructors love it because they can track student questions and answers. Students are engaging us through the platform in the way we want them to” Dr. Kem Rogers, University of Western Ontario.
Continue reading 3 Super Functions Of Echo360’s New Active Learning Platform – What you need to know
The Echo360 Active Learning Platform is the latest upgrade to our lecture capture software. Automated lecture recordings and desktop capture uploads for Session 2 2017 onward will be carried out through the Active Learning Platform. Continue reading UPDATE – New Echo360 Active Learning Platform Block in iLearn
Welcome back for Session 1 2017!
The Learning Technology Services team has put together a quick list of resources to help you get set up for Session 1.
Continue reading Learning Technologies Essentials for start of Session 1
It is a cry we often hear:
How do you engage students during face to face lectures? They’re on their devices and physically present but I don’t know that they are mentally present!*
If you feel this shared pain, why not come along to our next Learning and Teaching Exchange?
Continue reading Learning & Teaching Exchange – exploring student engagement in face to face
Like all technology, iLearn can sometimes seem to experience a technical hiccup, become slow or even go offline. But any number of things could actually be the cause of this – such as your broadband connection, or the wireless network on campus, or maybe Cookie Monster decided to break the internet. Here are a few simple steps to work out what’s causing the problem.
Continue reading Is iLearn down, or is it just me?
We’ve been contacted by a few teaching staff who have been timetabled into rooms that only capture the audio of their lectures. While the university is moving to upgrade teaching rooms to have screen capture of the lectern, we have an idea for how you can get around this until this happens.
Using Echo360 Personal Capture software, you can use your laptop. This will allow you to connect your computer to the lectern, project your lecture slides onto the screen and record your lecture – audio and lecture slides!
Sounds great and you’re keen as a button? Register for the next workshop on Echo Personal Capture (running on the 2nd April) or contact your faculty Educational Designer through email@example.com to talk about how you can do this.
Please be aware that the iLearn drop-in clinic moves to a new location on Monday, 23rd Feb.
We will be located in W6B 259 for the first week of Session.
Come and see us for help with:
Continue reading iLearn drop-in clinic moves to a new location Monday 23 Feb
The iLearn Drop-in Clinic is back!
Staff are welcome to swing by the drop-in clinic for support with anything to do with iLearn. On hand will be our friendly team of resident experts to have you prepared for Session 1.
Get help with: Continue reading Need support? Come to the iLearn drop-in clinic
Never fear, the iLearn Drop-in Clinic will soon be here!
The Drop-in Clinic will kick off on 9 February to support staff in readiness for the start of Session 1. On hand will be our friendly, supportive staff to help you with all things:
- iTeach – iLearn Spaces (in plain English, creating/activating your iLearn unit for the new session)
- iTeach – Unit Guides
- Echo360 (timetabled lectures continue to be automatically recorded – audio/screen capture depending on timetabled room facilities)
Let’s cut to the chase, what’s the time, date and location?
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