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This refers to Moodle 3.4 from September 2018 onward
Moodle Help & Support
How to add Engage recordings with the Echo360 link in Moodle
To add the Echo360 link in Moodle:
NEW from September 2018: You can now link to individual Echo360 Engage content
- Login to Moodle at moodle.nottingham.ac.uk
- Turn editing on
- Go to the section where you would like the recordings to appear and select the + Add an Activity or resource hyperlink
- From drop-down list, select the Echo360 Cloud resource and click on the Add button
- Give the activity a name and Save and return to module.
Echo360 Cloud settings explained
- Activity name: Name/title of the activity that will display in the module, for example 'Engage Echo360 Lecture recordings'
IMPORTANT - Do not enter anything in the "Show more..." section fields below. Leave blank.
Click on the Save and return to module button.
If you have already recorded lectures to your modules in the past, you should find that the module is already linked correctly to the new Echo360 Engage system.
If you find that your module is not linked (sometimes this can happen) or you are a new user, please follow the instructions below to link moodle to Echo360 Engage:
Add the link as above. When you click on the link you will see a screen asking you to choose a section.
Type in your module code, select the Term and Section then choose Link Content:
OPTIONAL Linking to individual Echo360 Engage content such as individual lectures
If you want to link from Moodle to the content of any individual Engage 'class' or recording in addition to (or instead of) a list of all of the content:
Follow the instructions above, but select 'Link to a Classroom'.
Click on the title to highlight the content you would like to link to from Moodle, and click 'LINK CONTENT'.
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