There are three different ways that you can record asynchronous lectures that are supported at ISU CVM. Below are the three different methods that you can choose from along with guides on how to record your lectures. If you need any assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Echo360 Universal Capture
You have the ability to record your lectures with Echo360 from your computer or from a classroom. If you want to record from your computer, you will need to be sure to have a webcam and microphone (built-in or external). You will then need to install and record using Echo360 Universal Capture. If you would like to record in an empty room, please contact email@example.com to get a room booked and your recording scheduled.
How to Install Echo360 Universal Capture
How to Record Lectures Using Echo360 Universal Capture
Zoom gives you the ability to record your lectures from your computer. If you want to use Zoom, you will need to be sure that you have a webcam and microphone (built-in or external) and a Pro Zoom account. If you need to upgrade to a Pro Zoom account, or if you are not sure if you have a Pro Zoom account, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you start a Zoom session, you can share your screen and start recording. The recording will then be downloaded to your computer, and you can upload the MP4 file to Echo360 for your students.
How to Record a Lecture via Zoom
How to Upload a Zoom Recording to Echo360
Canvas Studio gives you the ability to record your lectures from your computer and upload it directly to Canvas. You will need to be sure that you have a webcam and microphone (built-in or external). Note: This is not a preferred method at CVM due to the students being accustomed to using Echo360 to view their lectures.
How to Record Using Canvas Studio
How to Add a Canvas Studio Recording to a Canvas Module