ECHO 360 - Electronic Learning Support - Library - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

ECHO 360

Echo 360 is an automated lecture capture system that adds flexibility to teaching and extends opportunities for students to review course material. Recorded lectures offer students enhanced opportunities for reviewing lectures in their own time and from their own place. Echo360 Lecture Capture is available in 22 teaching venues.


To request your lectures to be recorded, contact Audio Visual Services Ext. 6428 well in advance.


To learn more about how lecture capture can be used effectively in teaching and learning contact your colleges Flexible Learning Advisor and refer to the information available via this web page.


The venues are:


Ilam campus

    A1 (FIXED CAMERA), A1 (FIXED CAMERA), A2 (FIXED CAMERA), A3 (FIXED CAMERA), A4 (FIXED CAMERA), A5 (FIXED CAMERA), A6 (FIXED CAMERA), C1 (FIXED CAMERA) , C2 (FIXED CAMERA), C3 (FIXED CAMERA), Erskine 031, Law105, Law108 (FIXED CAMERA) E8 (FIXED CAMERA), E9 (FIXED CAMERA), F1 (FIXED CAMERA), F3 (FIXED CAMERA), KE06.

College of Education

    Jack Mann 101, Otākarō 146 (L1), Otākarō 236 (L2) (FIXED CAMERA), Wheki 302 (FIXED CAMERA), Wheki 451 (FIXED CAMERA)

Echo 360 captures two video streams or channels, mirroring what is displayed on the two data projector screens. Audio is also captured. The venues marked ‘(FIXED CAMERA)’ have a fixed camera that records the lecturer as one of the video streams.