Accessing your lecture recordings

  1. From the Course Menu, select Learning Resources.
  2. Click on the Lecture_Recordings link.

click on lecture recordings link

  1. The first time you click on a link the below screen will be displayed.
  2. Course Coordinators should accept the default.
  3. Click on the LINK CONTENT button. 

  1. The Echo360 ALP system will launch within your Learn.UQ site on the CLASSES tab which lists your lecture recordings. 

Note: The term "class" refers to an individual lecture recording (e.g. 8 September 2017, 4pm - 6pm).

    Courses

    Polling

    The POLLING tab allows you to view analytics on student responses to polling questions. You are able to create short answer, multiple choice, image quiz, ordered list and numerical polling questions.

    polling

    Refer to the Getting Started with Echo360 ALP Interactive Presentations guide for further information. 

    Analytics

    The ANALYTICS tab allows you to access real-time data for your recordings. You can identify who is watching your recordings, students who have flagged scenes or slides as confusing, and view a list of least engaged students.

    analytics

    Refer to the Analytics Overview guide for further information. 

    Instructor library page

    The instructor library page is a repository for all of your content, whether or not it is currently published to a course or is available to students. There are several ways content gets added to an instructor’s library page:

    • You are the primary instructor for a course and are identified as the instructor for the lecture recording.

    Note: Lecture recordings created for the course automatically appear in your library. They remain there even if removed from the course.

    • You upload content to your library.
    • You create or upload a presentation or video directly to a course.
    • Someone shares content with you (staff or student).
    1. Click on the Echo360 link to access your Library. 

    click on echo360 link

    1. You will can view all your content within the My Content link.
    2. Click on the Upload button to upload resources.

    upload link

    1. Any content that has been shared with you by staff or students can be viewed on the Shared with me link. 

    shared with me

    Refer to the Working with Library Content (ECHO360) website for further information.

    Q&A

    The Q&A tab is one way to view course specific and/or general questions and peer responses being posted in your course. You can also view any course-specific questions, or post and respond to questions yourself while viewing the lecture recording content.

    All questions posted from within the lecture recording, or questions that identify a particular lecture recording on the Q&A link will appear in the Discussions pane of the lecture recording.

    1. Access the required lecture recording. 

    click on the lecture recording link

    1. Click on the Discussion icon. 

    click on discussion icon

    • On this page, you will be able to:
      • View students and peer posts and responses.

    student question page

    • Post a new question with reference to course content (video and slide). 

    post to the new question

    • Respond to students questions. 

    respond to students questions

    Note: Student are able to post anonymously however instructors can still see the authors name in the post. Students cannot see the authors name when a post is anonymous.

    Refer to the Getting Started with Echo360 ALP Lecture/Seminar Discussions guide for further information.

    Notes & Bookmarking

    Students can perform the following functions when they access the toolbar in their lecture recording:

    • Take notes: students can take notes during and after a lecture as well as download a copy of their notes.
    • Bookmark content: bookmarks let students mark locations in presentation or videos so they can find them quickly for future reference.
    • Flag content: by clicking on the flag during a video or presentation students can flag content as confusing which is easily viewed by the instructor. 

    notes and bookmarking dashboard

    • Refer to the Getting Started guide on the student website for further information.