Echo360 is the world-leading video platform for education.
Instructors use Echo360 to create video content in a classroom, on their computer and/or on any mobile device, and to deliver that content to their students. As such, the technology supports institutions wishing to deliver face-to-face, blended and/or distance learning, with students able to watch content and participate on any device, anywhere, anytime. There are quizzing capabilities available, should instructors wish to create interactive media, turning passive video into active learning with easy-to-use tools. For instructors, Echo360 is a complete video recording, management and publication service, with learner analytics to help track and improve student performance.
Two out of three universities in Australia and New Zealand, as well as a significant number of TAFEs, colleges and polytechnics, use Echo360 to increase student learning outcomes and retention. Almost one million students in the region use Echo360 to enhance their educational experience before, during and after class. These students also use Echo360 to create content to share with their instructors and/or submit as video assignments, demonstrating their learning via media creation.
Institutions need uncomplicated ways to create and manage video for learning, and students need simple ways to access it.