DULLES, VA--(Marketwire - Nov 17, 2011) - Echo360, the global leader in blended learning and lecture capture solutions, today announced that 53 percent of universities with an established, single product platform for lecture capture have standardized on the EchoSystem. The 2011 Campus Computing Project data confirms the EchoSystem as the #1 solution for lecture capture in more universities than any other product.

The Campus Computing Project is higher education's largest continuing study of eLearning and information technology in the United States. This year's survey reached nearly 500 campuses. To read the executive summary of this year's survey, visit http://echo360.com/news-events/ccp2011/.

"Colleges and universities have been telling us for years: When they source a robust blended learning and lecture capture solution that will grow with their needs, the EchoSystem is the only choice," said Fred Singer, Echo360 CEO. "This data confirms Echo360's global leadership position."

Echo360 helps colleges and universities increase course availability, graduation rates and student retention through its blended learning solution. The company is enjoying a record-breaking year and just celebrated its 500th customer installation. Recent product advancements include SafeCapture HD capture appliance, the industry's first lecture capture player for the Apple® iPad, and EchoReady, a bundled solution for cloud-based lecture capture.

About Echo360
As a global leader in blended learning and lecture capture solutions, Echo360 helps higher education institutions keep pace with modern students' learning needs through products that digitally record and upload learning content. Echo360 has been recognized with a Product Line Strategy of the Year Award from Frost & Sullivan and named a Visionary Vendor in Educational Technology by IT research firm Basex. Echo360 facilitates better instruction, lowers costs and enriches learning experiences by enabling students to easily access and share multimedia content. Through the Echo360 platform, students can replay recorded sessions and review course information online at their convenience and across multiple devices. More than 500 colleges and universities in 29 countries use the Echo360 solution.

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