Share Teams recordings with your students
Teams class meetings or calls can be recorded to capture audio, video, and screen sharing activity. All recordings are automatically made available to participants for viewing from Teams, while course instructors or meeting Organizers are also able to download recordings.
An option to automatically connect recordings with your Echo360 account is available and explored in this article. Taking this step will allow you to very seamlessly embed recordings within your Sakai site.
- 1 View recordings in your Teams site
- 2 Share recordings from Echo360
- 2.1 Connect your Teams site with your Echo360 account
- 2.2 Share recordings within Sakai
View recordings in your Teams site
Log into Teams
Access Teams through your Internet browser, or open your Microsoft Teams desktop app. More information about how to access Teams through your Internet browser is available in the Where is Teams? page.
Click upon your class
A list of your courses will become available to you after clicking Teams. Click upon the tile associated with a course to enter its Teams space.
Open the Files area
Once processing is complete, the video will become available to you and members of the Teams site via the Files area.
Open Recordings and View Only
Locate and click upon the recording
Your recording will begin!
Connect your Teams site with your Echo360 account
Enter your Brock University email address
Select Brock University
Click Account Settings
After logging into your Echo360 account:
- Click the Settings (gear) icon
- Click Account Settings
Click OneDrive Settings
Click Add OneDrive Subscription
Select a Teams site and Channel to connect
Locate and click upon a Teams site that you'd like to connect.
Indicate a Channel to connect. In the example on this page, only the default General channel is present.
- Select a Channel to connect
- Click Save
Your Channel is connected!
The title of your Teams site as well as the connected Channel will be displayed.
All is now prepared for you to quickly share your Teams recordings, as they become available, in strategic places within Sakai. Information about doing so is available within the Share video from Universal Capture (Echo360) page.