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Echo360 Lecture Capture

Echo360 lecture capture allows instructors to record professional-looking videos in the classroom or outside of the classroom then deliver them to their students in Canvas.  Engage your students with video-based learning and know when they have watched your videos. Videos are accessible 24/7 or at your discretion. 

If you have never used Echo360 before, training is essential before you can obtain user access, sign up for a introduction workshop here. 

News and Updates

We have a new Lightboard studio in the Dow Doan Science East building. Sign up for a workshop to learn more.

  • Lightboard: Record a video to communicate technical diagrams or content.
  • Surface Studio: Record using Classroom Capture and annotate your screen content.
  • Whiteboard: Record using a webcam to lecture class content.


Echo360 Platform Updates: There is a new look to the Echo360 platform; look for more enhancements to follow in the first half of the year. Learn more about the new library and Universal Capture new for 2019, sign up for a training workshop

Current users: The new Lecture Capture system is here, Universal Capture. Windows and Mac users now have an identical with a new easy-to-use interface.

Capture Guides


Classroom Scheduling: Scheduled recordings require a significant notice. All requests need to be received within 7-10 days before the scheduled recording to allow time for testing. Please send your request to or call (989) 964-4225 (x.4225)

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