Echo360 Tutorials and Resources


Echo360 is the tool of choice for College of Pharmacy lectures due to it’s ease of use, editing, auto-captioning and integration with CarmenCanvas. If your appointment is to the College of Pharmacy, you can follow the instructions below to record a lecture for your course. If you are outside the College of Pharmacy, you may use CarmenZoom to record your lecture.

Launch the Health Sciences Resource Hub for Echo360


Method 1 (Carmen LTI)

You can create an account if the Echo360 LTI has already been added to your Carmen courses.

Click on the Echo360 LTI located in the left-side navigation menu in your Carmen course (see screenshot below). You will be prompted to create a new Echo360 account.

Screenshot of the left-side navigation menu in CarmenCanvas. An arrow points toward the Echo360 LTI

Method 2 (Through Technology Services Team)

NOTE: This method is ONLY for College of Pharmacy Faculty and Courses. 

If you are not yet enrolled in a Carmen course or do not have access to Carmen, you likely need an account created manually. In order to get an account, contact with the following information

  • Your Name.#
  • Your course code(s) and name(s) (PHR XXXX – Course Name)
  • Your role in the course (i.e. Course Coordinator, Instructor, etc…)

How to Install Echo360 Universal Capture


Echo360 Recording and Uploading Basics

Echo360 Intermediate Features

NOTE: Image polls and ordered list questions in Echo360 embedding polling and interactive media CANNOT be used at this time as they are undergoing digital accessibility remediation before they can be used. If you have questions about this, please email

Echo360 Integration with CarmenZoom


How to record a lecture on your own device: Using Lecture Capture: Personal – Quick Start -PDF

How to share a video you have stored in your own library: Sharing a Video from My Content to a Course -PDF


Echo360 videos embedded using the easy embed button in the CarmenCanvas rich content editor produce an LTI error when being viewed through Canvas’s student view button. This is expected behavior. As long as you can see them embedded on a given page, you should be OK.


The following links have been curated from Echo360’s help platform: