The next school term is about to begin—is your institution ready?
Echo360 is here with an updated series, developed to help administrators, academic support staff and instructors who want to engage their students with active learning technology.
Join us for as many sessions as you’d like
New administrators will learn important preparations for the academic year like provisioning courses or setting up access to those courses. Experienced administrators will have insight into features that have been recently added or improved upon.
Administrative Workflows and New Features
Tuesday, August, 20th, 2019 at 12:00 pm EST
Who Should Attend: Experienced Echo360 Administrators, Delegated Administrators, and Support Staff
Length: 1 hour (45 mins)
In this session, you will become familiar with the administration interface and the typical administrative workflows needed to prepare for the upcoming semester. We will cover room management and device setup, course and user provisioning techniques, scheduling, and a review of institutional usage and reporting. We will cover a rollup of new release administrative and instructor-based product features added to the platform over the course of the past year and how to incorporate them to enhance existing implementations. This includes recent enhancements such as our new Universal Capture software, Automated Speech Recognition transcriptioning, performance enhancing playback features, a brand-new instructor and student homepage interface, student video embed tools, and more. At the end of the session we will conduct a Q&A session as well, so come prepared with your questions.
Woody Bernardo, Principal Deployment Engineer, Echo360
Woody Bernardo is a Principal Deployment Engineer who joined Echo360 in 2014. Woody is responsible for onboarding and deploying the Echo360 lecture capture solution to customers across multiple regional territories. Throughout his deployments, Woody has also delivered numerous administrator training sessions for our clients. More recently, Woody has put a major focus on assisting existing customers with their migrations to the Echo360 cloud. Prior to Echo360, Woody has worked as a contractor in several technical and customer support roles for government agencies, including defense and healthcare agencies. Woody received his B.S. degree in Information Technology at George Mason University. When he is not traveling from customer to customer during the summer, he enjoys weightlifting, playing sports, and watching movies.