ICYMI: Echo360 User Community Conference Day One Workshop Focuses on How to Deliver Engaging Online and Hybrid Learning Experiences

Much More Than Lecture Capture: Pre-Conference Workshop Attendees Learn How Echo360 Provides the Tools They Need to Deliver Synchronous/Asynchronous Online and Hybrid Learning Did you miss the Echo360 User Community Conference? No worries! This article is the first in a series of three articles recapping the key presentations from each day. We’ve also included links…

Echo360 Enhances Student Success Through Hybrid Teaching at University of Kentucky

As universities continue to manage against the continuing backdrop of COVID-19, hybrid models are giving both students and instructors the flexibility and choice around how they maintain learning and teaching. Holly Hapke, Senior Marketing Lecturer at the University of Kentucky has developed a 3-in-1 hybrid teaching model; an amalgamation of in-person, live stream and asynchronous…

How One Instructor Uses Echo360 to Engage and Assess Students

Click here to see the feedback video. I began using Echo360 several years ago as a teaching tool in my online courses. Initially, I used Echo360 to record short videos for my classes to help create a sense of social presence, provide personalized tutorials, and connect course concepts from one week to the next. At…

As Students Return to Campus, Video Learning Helps Mercer University Ensure Academic Continuity and Manage Future Contingencies

University Expands Echo360 Licenses Campus-Wide to All 12 Colleges and Schools While students at Mercer University were completing the spring 2020 academic term remotely using Zoom, plans were already underway to have them return to campus for classroom instruction. To help ensure academic continuity when students returned, Mercer decided to expand the use of Echo360….

Webinar Recap: Beyond COVID – Providing Student Choice in Course Delivery with Hybrid Teaching

The “Choice Model” Addresses Student Expectations for More Hybrid and Online Learning Options Post-Pandemic Student experiences during the pandemic have likely reset their expectations for how teaching should be delivered. Colleges and universities plan to fully open campuses and resume classroom instruction this fall, but many students have said they want more choices for how…

Echo360’s Interactive Media Turns Passive Video into Active Learning

“What we know about cognitive science is that students learn when they do something with information. There’s nothing more passive than just sitting and watching a video. We need to ask our students to do something with information if we truly want them to learn it and retain it and to process it” —Meret Burke,…