What is happening?

The legacy lecture recording system (Echo360 on Premise) will be decommissioned on the 16 December 2018 as our licence provision for this system expires at this time. This system has already been replaced by Echo360 ALP (cloud-based system) in November 2017. For additional information on this project, please refer to the Lecture Recording Enhancement project page.

Will I be able to retain legacy recordings?

Yes, you will need to download lecture recordings made prior to December 2017 to keep or upload to the new lecture recording system ECHO360 ALP. For step-by-step instructions refer to the guide Downloading Old Recordings to your current Lecture Recordings.

Note, if you require a copy of dual recording you will need to log a job with the UQ Staff eLearning Helpdesk at help@learn.uq.edu.au before 3 December 2018.

How will the Decommission of the Legacy Lecture Recording System be Communicated? 

  • This project page has been created to inform staff about the decommissioning of Echo360 on Premise. Links to this webpage will be included in all communications.
  • Regular eLearning Update articles regarding the decommission and how to retain legacy recordings. Articles are planned for the following newsletters:
  • A notice in "Spotlight" on the Learn.UQ welcome page.
  • A report regarding to decommission of the legacy Lecture Recording System was tabled at the 12 September 2018, Teaching and Learning Committee.