Engage records both presentations and audio/video of the presenter and enables active learning. It is delieved by Echo360.
What can staff do in Engage?
Staff can access Engage in all centrally managed teaching rooms (use the Echo360 icon) which can also be installed on desktop computers or laptops
Record your lecture audio and visuals either in a teaching room, your office or from home
Live stream your lectures from whichever location you are comfortable teaching from
Add interactivity into your presentations for use in your recording or live stream
Post live questions whilst teaching or onto the recording afterwards to encourage student conversation around the materials
Create interactive videos using quizzes and polls in pre-recorded videos
Edit videos into chunks or remove unwanted sections for use as new teaching materials
New to Engage? Staff must first request access to Engage.
What can students do in Engage?
Students can view Engage recordings through their Moodle modules or by installing the mobile app on their smartphone or tablet (search for Echo360 in the app store)
Students are able to access recordings of teaching sessions to enable them to review content at a time, place and pace that works for them and to help them master difficult concepts
Engage has tools to support students with their learning, such as voting and quizzes
New to Engage? Students must first click here to create an Engage account. Further details about first access and how to access Engage resources for a course (module) can be found here.
How to log in
Please ensure you have first requested access (staff) or clicked the link for first access (students) as per the information above.
When logging into Engage:
- Sign on using your university email address and password in the following format:
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught students: email@example.com
Postgraduate Researchers and Staff: firstname.lastname@example.org
- You will be taken to the sign-on screen. Under username enter your email address again, then enter your password and click Sign On
Guidance and training materials
The following Moodle pages provide support and all you need to know about Engage:
Help and support
Campus IT support can provide technical support for the Engage service:
Self Service requests