|Resource||Where to get help|
|Logins: UCLA Logon ID||accounts.iam.ucla.edu or contact UCLA IT Services|
|Logins: TA email@example.com|
|Lectures: recording firstname.lastname@example.org or 4732 BH|
|Lectures: NEW email@example.com|
|Lectures: recording firstname.lastname@example.org or 4732 BH|
|Lectures: recording on your own email@example.com|
|Lectures: editing and firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lectures: releasing to email@example.com|
|Lectures: transcription for ADAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Not Lectures: supplemental email@example.com|
|Online: class firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Online: office email@example.com|
|Online: team project firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Software: Remote Desktopemail@example.com|
|Software: NEW firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Misc: equipment checkouts||4732 BH|
|Misc: teaching evaluation email@example.com|
How to request for a TA account and activate some of the resources listed above:
Echo360 Active Learning Platform is the MSOL's official video capturing system. Echo360 employs AWS to provide top reliability and streaming performance to students anywhere in the world. Echo360 not only provides an industry-leading video system that records and delivers highest quality video, but also provides the ability for students to download videos for streaming off-line (similar to commercial streaming platforms, such as Netflix), engagement tools that promote active learning from anywhere, and analytics that can be used to gauge student learning behaviors so instructors can act before it is too late.
If you plan to record new lectures, including recording using Echo360 personal computer software (be sure to check the software for updates before recording), coordinate with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recording for non-MSOL classes must first be approved by Dean Yang.
You must first coordinate with email@example.com.
Reservations: (reservations are required for all studios)
If you have not installed Echo360 Universal Personal Capture software:
Services available by firstname.lastname@example.org:
Please note that Echo360 content older than 5 years will be deleted and cannot be restored. A content that is republished to another course offering will have it's birthday reset to the day it was republished.
Initially your presentations are NOT released to the students.
To navigate to your Echo360 lectures:
To change your lecture titles:
To organize your lectures in the list:
Video transcription is enabled to comply with ADA/504 guidelines. Echo360 videos are now including automated transcription generated through the Amazon ASR service. Please note that ASR is not 100% accurate and must be edited and applied as captions.
Videos that are supplemental to the primary weekly lectures should be recorded in Zoom and upload to Kaltura in Bruin Learn.
The MSOL program has staff ready to assist you with the training and usage of Echo360. Please contact email@example.com to get started. Additional online user manual is available at help.echo360.com. There is also a video training at https://vimeo.com/album/3455571/video/124051829.Please note that Echo360 is integrated into your class website in Bruin Learn. For assistance with this integration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Studio A||4732 BH||Echo360 recording for class presentations|
|Studio B||4732 BH||Echo360 recording for class presentations|
|Studio C||4732 BH||Zoom for online office hours|
NOTE: For classroom video capturing, contact email@example.com.
If you need a software installed on the studio laptops, please consult with firstname.lastname@example.org.
To being recording:
Uploading non-Echo360 video into Echo360:
Although it is preferred that you use Echo360 to record the primary weekly lectures, it is possible to upload other media formats into Echo360.
Please visit https://www.seas.ucla.edu/docs/bruinlearn/instructor/template_msol.html
TEST ALL SOFTWARE:
It is the responsibility of the instructor/TA to test all coursework being run prior to assigning to the students. SEASnet will only work with the instructor/TA to resolve any issue related to software installations.
UCLA has a campus-wide license for MATLAB. MATLAB is also installed on the Remote Desktop.
Cadence and other EE software are not available for your class until you fill out the class resource activation form for your class to specifically request for it.
Many students have trouble with setting up these software for first use, so please give your students a clear instruction on how use these software. SEASnet has the instruction on to how access the eeapps servers at http://www.seasnet.ucla.edu/eeapps. Your responsibility is to provide the instruction on what to do next after the students have logged in to eeapps.
There are laptops, tablets and microphones available for you to checkout in 4732 BH. Please be responsible and take good care of the equipments in your possession and return them promptly at the end of each quarter so that they are available on-time to the next instructors/TAs.
The evaluation of instruction program is handled by UCLA Center for the Advancement of Teaching.