Learning Technology Updates

On this page, you will find updates regarding all the learning technologies that are used at UVic. This also includes the adoption process for new technologies and a request for additional tools.

Latest Updates

Kaltura to Echo360 Video Migration

Migration of instructor videos from Kaltura to Echo360 is now complete. This post will provide details about the migration and what supports are available to assist in this transition.Migration is now complete! Echo360 replaced Kaltura as UVic's video platform in Fall 2021. Instructor and staff...

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Learning Technology Update | July 2021

Every month, UVic's learning technologies release new features and updates. This post will give you a quick overview of what's new and exciting.Brightspace The latest Brightspace release includes several updates to the Quiz tool. A new and improved text editor arrives in August, see below for...

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Introducing Echo360 We are pleased to announce that UVic has a new video-platform, Echo360, for in-person, online, blended and multi-access learning and teaching. Beginning in Fall 2021, Echo360 will be the primary video platform for creating class recordings and media. Echo360 is a video platform...

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New Technology Adoption

Do you have a tool that you would like the University to use or have a particular technology request for your course?

Centrally Supported Tools


Our learning management system available for all courses


Live virtual classroom and online meeting space


*NEW* Video platform to support in-person, online, blended and multi-access learning and teaching

Microsoft Teams

An online space designed for conversation and collaboration

Online Academic Community

Our locally hosted and centrally supported instance of WordPress


A collaborative grading and analytics tool


*NEW* An interactive learning environment for STEM courses

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