The Echo 360 Active Learning Platform is the first cloud-based academic technology platform engineered to elevate student performance in the classroom and improve learning outcomes.
Come learn how Echo360’s secret sauce helps instructors teach more effectively with real-time analytics on student behaviors, improved engagement through active learning to make teaching more joyful as well as increased study habits, comprehension, and overall scores for your students
Date: Tuesday October 20th, 2015
Time: 11 AM – 12 PM & 1 PM – 2 PM
Location: Milwaukee Campus, Main building room M612
Refreshments will be provided.
MATC has begun a 1 year pilot of the Echo 360 Active Learning Platform, a tool for making instruction more efficient and student learning experiences more effective. Echo 360 is a comprehensive tool that allows you to upload a presentation, record lecture capture video, and poll students with a built in student response system. The Faculty Innovation Center is sponsoring an ECHO 360 workshop for faculty on Tuesday, Sept 22 at 10:30 am – 11:30 am in M201a. In this one hour session, faculty support liaison Mernathan Sykes will demonstrate how Echo 360 can be used to:
Seating is limited. Please respond (RSVP) by September 17th to reserve your seat by using our Echo 360 Workshop Sign-Up Form.
For additional information about the session and pilot, please see the workshop flyer.
MATC has begun a 1 year pilot of the Echo 360 Active Learning Platform, a tool for making instruction more efficient and student learning experiences more effective. Echo 360 is a comprehensive tool that allows you to upload a presentation, record lecture capture video, and poll students with a built in student response system. When students view your presentations, they make take their own notes, mark confusing content, and ask questions all within one convenient location.
If you are interested in participating in the pilot, please use our Echo 360 Request Form and associate of the Teaching and Learning Technology department will arrange for you to have an account. In the form, please indicate what courses you would like to use with Echo 360.
Once you are given an Echo 360 account and course shell, you will be enrolled in our Echo 360 pilot training site in Blackboard. We strongly recommend reviewing the site’s comprehensive training webinars and tutorials before getting started. Additional information is provided at the Echo 360 Online Help website.
For simple questions about using Echo 360, please use our Echo 360 Request Form
Once you have paired an Echo 360 section with a course in Blackboard, students simply click the link that you provide to them to access Echo 360. For additional information, please see the student guide to using Echo 360.
Students may also view the helpful tutorials and videos at the Student Echo 360 Support website.
Please contact Echo 360 directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-703-667-7500, ext. 2
Come check out a great active learning tool that helps both faculty and students! Faculty are invited to attend any of the following drop-in sessions to learn how Echo 360 can create more effective and engaging learning experiences for students.
December 4th, 2014
9:30 AM – Noon (Faculty focused presentations)
1:00 – 3:30 PM (Student focused presentations)
Join the Webinar
A complimentary webinar event sponsored by Echo360.
Thursday, 8 May at 10 AM CST in M201A Downtown Campus
Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, shares the many ways using Echo360 to flip the classroom has changed his teaching approach and positively impacted the classroom dynamic.
Join us for this complimentary webinar and hear how Dr. Mumper conducted his three-year study on the flipped classroom. Learn:
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| Russell Mumper, PhD (link to bio)
Distinguished Professor, UNC/NCSU Joint Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
Vice Dean, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy @RJMumper