Some professors record their classes so you can watch them at your convenience from anywhere. Learn how to access your recorded classes through UBlearns (using Echo360).
Viewing courses can be done using any Web browser, however an
update to a browser may cause it to not work; try a different
browser if one browser doesn't work.
It may take up to 12 hours for each course to process and appear
You can only view video recordings for courses in which you are enrolled.
If you are running AnyConnect software, you must
disconnect from it before you are able to view or listen to
The ability to download a recording is at the discretion of the instructor. If the option is available:
You can speed up or slow down the rate of the recording.
The video window will stop playing when you change speeds.
2. The speed icon will open to reveal
3. Adjust the playback speed by moving
Most media players have the ability to change playback speed. UB
has had success viewing classroom recordings using VLC as a media
On mobile devices, you can only stream content plus audio (or
audio only). Rich media playback, which includes instructor video
plus content, is only available on desktop computers with Flash
View content plus audio through either a Web browser app or the
Blackboard Mobile Learn app.
Android devices have trouble playing recordings. Some people are able to download the video or audio file and play them back, but others are not.
UB recommends downloading the files locally to the device and
they will play as normal video or audio files.
For assistance with viewing classroom recordings, contact the
CIT Help Desk.