Record Classroom Lectures
Educational Technology Services provides two solutions for recording classroom lectures and large campus events: web-based/automated lecture capture via the Echo360 system and student videographers from Media Services.
Lecture Capture via Echo360
The Echo360 Active Learning Platform offers a suite of automated lecture capture hardware/software and online tools designed to foster student engagement and assessment. Click here to learn more about Echo360 at USF.
In supported classrooms, the Echo360 system can automatically record your multimedia presentations and capture audio/video through microphones and an instructor-facing video camera. Recordings are accessible via a web interface and the Echo360 mobile app and can be further integrated into your Canvas course.
In addition, USF students and faculty can upload their own recordings and take advantage of its active learning tools available in the Echo360 ALP using Personal Capture. This software can be installed on any macOS or PC computer.
To schedule a recording in an Echo360-enabled classroom or to request an Echo360 account, visit the ITS Reservations webform.
The interactive list embedded below indicates classrooms that support automated lecture capture via the Echo360 platform at USF's Hilltop Campus. Attached to each room is a preview of the camera angle from which you'll be recorded. Click here to access the AirTable in a new window.
The interactive list below indicates classrooms that support automated lecture capture via the Echo360 platform at USF's Downtown Campus. Attached to each room is a preview of the camera angle from which you'll be recorded. Click here to access the AirTable in a new window.
Media Services Classroom Recordings
Media Services coordinates student videographers to film class sessions, performances, and other live events at USF. When complete, recordings are accessible via USF's Ensemble media streaming server and can be further embedded into a Canvas site. Click here to learn more about Media Services.
To request recordings for in-class or on-campus events, visit VirtualEMS and log in with your myUSF credentials. Detailed instructions are available in this article.