Echo360, the video content management and creation platform in use at WPI, has announced a call for proposals for its E3 grants.
E3 stands for Equity, Engagement and Evidence. Each grant recipient, if selected, will receive a $2000 cash award.
These grants are designed to support the work of instructors and researchers who use Echo360 to improve student outcomes. According to the Echo360 website, “Applications will be accepted from teaching, learning and research professionals interested in developing and measuring effective practices” related to student learning outcomes.
WPI has been using Echo360 since 2009.
In 2021, the WPI community generated 16,503 new recordings seen by over seven thousand unique viewers.
If you are exploring Echo360 features or using unique production features or styles in your educational videos, consider applying.
Echo360 is having a Zoom workshop on April 11 at noon to answer questions and give interested users more information about the grant. To register, click here.
The application deadline is May 2, 2022.
The application and more information about the grant can be found here.