September 6th, 2019
Echo 360 have made further improvements to the Engage lecture recording service with the introduction of a new user interface called Universal Capture.
These improvements will affect all teaching rooms with the exception of large lecture theatres, which will retain the 2018-19 interface for the immediate future. Staff unsure of which system is in use in the room in which they are timetabled to teach can refer to the list of locations of each type of system.
The new interface will make it quicker and easier for all staff to use the full functionality of the system.
Information Services are offering training sessions to give staff the opportunity to learn more and try out the new interface. These will take place as follows:
Please go to the Central Short Courses Engage booking page to book your place on one of the sessions above. You only need to attend one session as the content will be repeated.
Further training sessions will follow in due course, including on the other Nottingham campuses.
Instructions on how to use the new interface can also be downloaded in pdf format.
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