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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. Echo360 is also used for guest speakers, meetings, speeches, and other events. 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 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 an instructional 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.


Current users: There is a new Lecture Capture system coming soon (Winter 2019) called Universal Capture. Look for a consistent view between Windows and Mac with a new easy-to-use interface.


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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