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Zoom and Echo360 at Clarkson are integrated which means when a Clarkson user hosts a Zoom session and chooses to record to the cloud AND that user has an active Echo360 account, the Zoom recording will automatically upload to the user's Echo library. Note: please plan for servers to process the recording (2-4 hour delay) before Zoom cloud recordings are available for viewing in Echo.

If you haven't already, be sure:

To activate a Clarkson Zoom account, go to:, Click Sign In, and opt for Clarkson Sign On. 

To activate an Echo360 account, go to:, and follow prompts to sign in using Clarkson Single Sign On. 

To share recordings created in the Zoom cloud to students:

OPTION I: Instructors can publish Zoom Cloud recordings to their Course in Echo, and it will appear in Moodle through External Tool link

To Set UP:

1) Schedule the Zoom meeting you plan to use for all your classes. 

2) Login to, choose Account Settings, Zoom Settings and map the Zoom meeting ID to the desired Term, Course and Section

This video tutorial (1.5 min) by Echo demonstrates these steps. 

3) Add External Tool in your Moodle Course (here's how) and link to desired Term, Course and Section.

To Share Recordings Individually:

For each recording, locate desired recording in Echo in Library. Click on desired recording to view.

2) Scroll down to view settings below video player. Click Add to a Class. 

3) Select desired course, term, section and choose New Class.  Fill in details and click Share.

4) Recording will appear at the External Link in Moodle, and students can access recording from there. 

OPTION II: Instructors can share each recording with a public link. Instructors will need to do this for each recording. 

1) Share each recording individually with a public link. 

Locate the desired recording in Echo

Scroll down to view options below video player. Click Add Link. Be sure that Public access is on. Copy / Paste URL in Moodle.  

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