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Past ECHO Sessions

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Find Fall 2017-Spring 2018
ECHO Content on WyoLearn,
UW’s Canvas Learning Management System!

Getting started with ECHO WyoLearn

To get started, you will need to create an account
the first time you access a network in WyoLearn.

Follow these steps to create your account.

  1. Access WyoLearn Catalog using this link: https://wind.catalog.instructure.com/
  2. Select an ECHO Network you would like to attend.
  3. You’ll be prompted to create an account the first time you select “enroll” in any of the network courses.
  4. Fill in your name, email, job title and agency or organization, agree to the terms and select “Enroll in Course”. Two emails will be sent to you, a registration email and an enrollment email. You will need to open the registration email to continue.
  5. Using the registration email, you will set up a password. Your username will be the email you provided upon enrollment. You will be asked to create a password to access the WyoLearn Courses. Be sure to use one you can remember. You will automatically be logged in.
  6. Once you select the course you are attending, you will be taken to the course landing page.
  7. Using the “Begin Course” button, you will arrive at the welcome page where you will be directed to complete the pre-test in the “Modules” menu in the upper left corner of the course site.

Please Note

The pretest for the 2017-2018 school year is required to access session materials and
will only need to be completed once to enroll in any of the ECHO networks.

After completing the pre-test, you can enroll in as many network repositories
as you’d like but you need to enroll to receive access
and indicate you have completed the pre-test where prompted.


Pre-Test Survey and ECHO Session Materials

Thank you for your interest and participation in the UW ECHO Project. We house all our past session materials and recordings on a database called iECHO. In order to access the database, the UW ECHO team will need to create an account for you. 

Completion of the 2017-2018 UW ECHO Pre-Test is required to gain access to iECHO. Once you’ve complete the pre-test, an email will be sent to you with your login information and instructions for navigating the database to find session recordings and materials.


Accessing the iECHO Database:

After you receive your username and password from the UW ECHO team, please refer to this iECHO website guide or follow these steps to access the iECHO database:

  1. Go to the iECHO website: https://iecho.unm.edu/

  2. Log into iECHO.

  3. Click on the Clinic Records tab.

  4. On the Clinic Records page click a session to access information. Information provided:

    Attendees: List of individuals that attended session.

    Didactics: Didactic training materials provided for session. 

    Patient presentations: Student cases presented during session.

    Administrative documents: Agenda and other documents provided as part of session.

    Video: Recording of session.

Other important iECHO links

  • My Account (top right corner): Make changes to your iECHO account (username, password, site theme, etc.)

  • Health Centers: Lists all school districts and organizations where our participants are located.

  • Contacts: List of all participants involved in Project ECHO-UW activities.

If you have any questions about iECHO, please E-mail projectecho@uwyo.edu or call (307) 766-2506.


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