Roosevelt University Launches Active Learning Initiative With Echo360
January 9, 2019

Roosevelt University's College of Pharmacy has launched a new active learning initiative supported by digital tools from the video platform company Echo360.

Students will have access to the company's in-class engagement tools, which allow them to flag lecture sections they don't understand, share questions, take notes and respond to quizzes and pools. They'll also get to watch on-demand videos for refreshers between class sessions. Instructors can use data from the platform to better understand students' learning experiences and needs, according to a press release.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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