Echo360 is the first video platform designed to foster active learning. Grounded in a belief that improved student outcomes start in the classroom and developed by educators, Echo360 helps instructors record and extend those classroom moments to improve student engagement through personalized video-based learning before, during, and after class.
With Echo360’s platform, students and faculty have 24/7 access to classroom discussion, presentation materials, and the lecture itself. Using the award-winning platform’s active learning tools, students go beyond just viewing video content and ask questions, respond to questions and polls from their instructor, and flag confusing content to the course’s instructor. Additionally, the platform generates data that instructors and institutions can use to identify struggling students and difficult concepts early and take appropriate action.
Further, to ensure that all students have access to the benefits of video learning content and to create a more equitable classroom, the platform has continued to launch new features such as AI-powered transcription tool that empowers colleges and universities to serve all of their students.
Using the Echo360 platform, University of Sheffield administrators scaled the number of classes recorded from 600 to up to 48,000 per year – without the need for additional staff. At the University of Toledo, an instructor used the platform to create a “flipped classroom” – resulting in a decline in the course failure rate 28% to 4%.
Echo360 technologies are used by over 3M students in 11,000 classrooms at 750 institutions across 30 countries. Learn more.