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:
- Provide interactive learning activities
- Plan for online quizzing and direct student feedback
- Engage students with multimedia content using the lecture capture
- Review student activity using data analysis features
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.