Wayne State University has migrated its lecture capture system to the Echo360 cloud. This new platform allows instructors to capture teaching materials, speeches and other events using Echo360 recording technology. Recordings can feature audio, video and presentation visuals and may be published to Blackboard for review by students.
WSU offers the following lecture capture services:
- Classroom Capture: Request to schedule automated recordings for courses you’re teaching in a classroom that is equipped with Echo360 technology.
- Personal Capture: Download and install (Windows or Mac) software which allows you to record desktop presentations from your own personal computer at any time or place.
Note: Lecture Capture recordings will be retained for nine semesters and then purged from the system.
- Provides faculty with a fully automated lecture capture and publishing solution.
- Enables students to review lectures in a variety of ways.
- Includes tools for faculty to create, manage and publish recordings using their own laptop or desktop computers.
WSU Faculty can use Classroom Capture services if they are teaching in a classroom equipped with Echo360 recording technology. Faculty can also use Personal Capture software to record content on their personal computer or laptop. Recorded content can be published to Blackboard for student viewing.
Students: Contact the C&IT Help Desk at 313-577-4357.
Instructors: Contact the following individuals/teams for assistance or in-person help.
- Contact Blackboard Admin, unless you are teaching a course in one of the following schools or colleges.
- School of Business: Nicole Winkler
- College of Education: Keith E. Myszenski
- Engineering/Computer Science: Andy Murrell and Tim Jones
- General Purpose Classrooms: Matthew Wisotsky
- School of Medicine: Mike Dereniewsk
- College of Nursing: Derek Stoops
- College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences: C&IT DeskTech