Lecturers will need to give consent in LSEforYou in order to have their lectures recorded. See our online guide for how to do this. Once you given consent you will then receive an email from email@example.com advising you that your first recording is ready, follow the guide below to set up the link. The linking process can be done by users, other than the lecturer, who have editing rights on the course.
N.B. If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, please make sure that it is Version 11 or above. You might also need to enable pop ups for Moodle. Instructions on this can be found with a simple google search for the browser you are using.
Steps to set up a link
Please note you will not be able to set up the Moodle link until after your first recording has been published
- Log in to Moodle with your LSE Network Username and password.
- Navigate to your course, and click Turn editing on.
- Scroll to the section in which you want the link to your recordings to appear.
- Click Add an activity or resource.
- In the “Activity chooser”, select Echo360 Active Learning platform and Add.
- Type a name for the activity, e.g. “Lecture recordings”.
- Click Save and display.Please note that the link between Moodle and Echo is not activated until after your first recording has taken place.
- Confirm that the “Currently linked section” matches the Moodle course that you are editing. If not or you wish to link to another course, please see Add a Link to recorded lectures from other courses.
- Here you have two options:
- You are finished. You can now navigate back to the main course page.
Please note that your students must use the link in your Moodle course to access the recordings. You will not be able to distribute these links to your students by email, or on a web page outside of Moodle. Using the method above ensures that your students are correctly enrolled in your Echo360 sections.
To read about the pedagogical rationale behind recording lectures, Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights, and to get further information, please go to our using lecture recordings page on the Teaching and Technology hub under Tools@LSE.
To see how students can watch recorded lectures, please see the Moodle FAQ for Students.