Viewing and Managing ReVU Recordings
ReVU allows you to view and manage recordings in the EchoCentre, including viewing recordings, making basic edits to your recording details, and viewing statistics on who has viewed the recordings. You can use the EchoCentre to view, interact and edit the details of individual recordings and the Course View to view all recordings as well as view statistics on student interactions with the material. This allows you to easily manage your ReVU recordings and better track which recordings students found helpful. It can also assist in evaluating if students are improving their understanding of the course based on viewing a range of resources.
This guide will outline:
- Viewing individual recordings, and your full list of recordings for a unit/course
- Playback controls available in the ReVU EchoCentre – including controls for Controls for playing and interacting with individual recordings
- Editing recording details under Course View
- Viewing statistics on which students have viewed your recordings and how they have interacted with the recording
How do I get to my recordings?
You can easily get to the EchoCentre to view individual recordings or all recordings in that unit/course (Course View) via the following methods:
1. ReVU recording confirmation email
Click on the EchoCentre Course Portal link to go to Course View, or access the individual recording under Echoes:
2. ReVU Staff Tool
You can also get to the EchoCentre via the ReVU Staff Tool link:
Once in the ReVU Staff Tool you will see a list of your available recordings. Rollover a title and click on view to go to the individual recording:
You can also click on the video title which takes you to the Echo Details screen:
Click on the EchoCentre page URL link to take you to your EchoCentre where your videos are housed.
3. Communication Menu
If you have linked previous recordings within VU Collaborate, you can access recordings via ReVU Digital Recordings in the Communication menu or via relevant links in your Content area.
The EchoCentre: editing and viewing recording details
You can view and edit some common information regarding your recordings via the Course View in the EchoCentre. This includes:
- Select and play a recording
- Rename title
- Make available/unavailable
- View statistics regarding views of and interaction with the recording, including heat map (which sections of recording have been viewed)
- Edit Description
- View discussions that have been posted in relation to the recording.
- View any personal bookmarks you have added.
Echo Video Files
The EchoCentre allows you to view any of your videos by selecting it from the Echo panel at the lower left of the screen and clicking the Play button:
Individual videos are viewable in the ReVu Media Player (opens in new window) where you use the right hand APPS panel to:
- Play, fast forward, skip to a section or change the volume of a recording
- Access a scene/section of a recording
- Add a personal bookmark
- Add a discussion post around the recording which can be linked to a specific time point, or view existing discussions
Also in the EchoCentre, it is possible to view upcoming recordings by selecting the Available button under the Echoes tab and choosing Other to show any unavailable videos and change their status to available.
You can view the statistics for each video recording in terms of the number and duration of views in the bottom right panel and the heat map indicates which sections are viewed most frequently:
Staff can also make a recording unavailable from the EchoCentre in the info tab of this panel.
Using the Reports Tab
Selecting the Reports tab next to the Echoes tab on the bottom right panel will enable you to view aggregate or specific student data in relation to their interaction with the video:
This can aid in interpreting a student’s engagement with the media and possible correlation with issues in completing the course successfully.
Contact ITS Service Desk on (03) 9919 2777 or via self-service for further technical support.
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