lecture capture

UIC provides all faculty and instructors with a free and easy-to-use lecture capture tool called Echo360 ALP. Along with features provided by the tool, UIC faculty have access to support, learning workshops, and personal consultations.

The captures created from Echo360 ALP can be linked to Blackboard Learn and accessed via Echo 360.org

Audience: Faculty, Staff, IT, ACCC

Publish a Capture

Click Login to access Echo 360.org If you are not able to log in, contact lts@uic.edu

enter email

Select Institution

Select Institution

Enter NetID and Password

Set Server Configuration

  1. Open Preferences
  2. Click Server
  3. Make sure Outbound Proxy is set to Auto
  4. Click Test connection. If you do not see: “The server settings are correct”, contact LTS@uic.edu.
  5. Click OK.

Preference Settings

​Configure Echo360 Personal Capture Software for Windows

Before downloading or using the Personal Capture Software you must request access by filling out the lecture capture request form. Click on the link below to request access.

System Requirements

This Echo360 support page contains the most up to date system requirements for both Mac and Windows.

Contact the appropriate unit to arrange lecture capture:

The following classrooms have the ability to capture lectures:

Echo360 is a web-based application, and as such does not have specific OS requirements. It does however, have certain browser requirements. While Echo360 can't necessarily test every version of every browser out there, they do test the more recent and most popular browsers/versions.

Tested Browsers

Introducing a new Lecture Capture experience coming in Spring Semester 2018

Now featuring polling, discussions and online presentations, as well as student activities, study guides and online notes.

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