About Us

Time To Know is the next-generation Ed-Tech solutions company with more than a decade of experience and expertise. We’re trusted by top organizations and instructors worldwide to deliver effective solutions for 21st century digital learning. 

Our Echo for Instructors solution allows you to be the instructor you always wanted to be, by engaging your learners with fun, interactive in-class and online courses, resulting in enhanced instructing and learning experiences.

Echo incorporates mobile and social learning with data reports making it easy to intervene, help the struggling learner, and empower instructors to improve their courses in real-time.


Plans and Pricing

Is T2K Echo free?

Yes, Time To Know (T2K) offers a Starter (FREE forever) plan so you can take advantage of Echo’s comprehensive tools and transform your training experiences like you’ve always wanted.


All new instructor accounts that invite at least 10 or more first-time learners to an Echo course will receive a free upgrade to the Professional plan, including all terms and benefits for a 6 month period. (check our plans section below for details of each plans storage, etc.)


If you need more resources than what’s available in the Professional plan, we encourage you to contact us for an Enterprise plan free trial.

What are your plans?

Starter (FREE forever) includes:

• 4 learning groups

• 35 students (users)

• 15 GB of storage


Professional includes:

• 8 learning groups

• 110 students (users)

• 50 GB of storage


Enterprise (contact us for price quotes) includes:

• over 110 students (users)

• a dedicated success manager

• Built-in LMS integrations

• 500 GB of storage

How do you calculate the number of signed up students (users)?

We understand that instructing in multiple environments might involve inviting many learners to join your courses. To calculate the number of learners and show how many have created accounts in Echo, learner login is automatically verified on a monthly basis.

Getting started and troubleshooting

What is Time To Know Echo?

T2K Echo combines active and social learning by providing engaging and interactive content for learners to work on individually and in groups. The instructor creates content by importing PDFs, PowerPoints, and other files and then adds media and interactive elements.

Learners are invited to join the learning group and work on the content provided. The instructor can monitor learner progress and performance in real-time and generate a variety of reports based on actual user data.

Your first course

Create the course by adding content for learners to work on. Click on the Add Item button to generate online, interactive content by importing a PDF or PowerPoint file and then adding media and interactive objects. You can also create an activity from scratch, which consists entirely of media and interaction objects, ideal for a worksheet or a learner-initiated quiz with feedback elements. Also, an assessment is available upon request, which is a testing element that does not provide feedback.

Edit your lesson

Revise by editing or removing content items. Go to the item, open the context menu, and then click on Edit or Delete. To remove published content, first click Unpublish and then Delete.

Upload or update existing content

Update the existing item by clicking Edit on the context menu and then replace by uploading a new file, like a PDF or PowerPoint. Also reorder, revise, delete, or create media and interactive objects.

Customizing content

Edit the content item and then click on Styling. Customize the background color for the entire content item, set a default background color for an interaction, or define the default font style and color.

Play or Preview content

Click on the content item or select Play from the context menu to display the content as your learners see it. Click Preview to display the entire Echo account in a separate browse tab.

Invite learners

Click on the Add Learner button to invite learners. Enter each email address. When done, click the Send Invitation button. The learner’s status list is updated to show the invited learners and those who have joined the course.

Learner Sign up and Log in

When the instructor invites the learner to the course, an email invitation is automatically sent. The learner opens the email message and clicks on the Sign-In link and then from the corresponding page, creates their username and password. For subsequent sessions, the learner goes to the Log-in page and enters their login details.

Add interactions

When in the content item, the instructor can click the Add button, to insert media objects like images, videos, audio, and so on. Also choose from a variety of interactions such as Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blanks, and Matching.

Working with interactions

Configure the interaction by setting a background color, adding feedback messages, selecting behavior options, and tag interactions with predefined skill labels.

Live presentations

The instructor can conduct a live presentation by sending a specific question to the learning group. When sent, the question appears to each learner.  Just click Show for the question you want to send and then Send to learners.

Monitor learner progress and performance through the dashboard and  drilldown to view learning data through a variety of reports.

Working with reports

Monitor learner progress and performance through the dashboard and reports. When in the content item, click on Reports. The dashboard shows the number of participating learners, the average time of completion, the percentage of completed questions and success rate, and the average score percentage. View detailed performance data through a variety of reports.

Alert notifications

An alert notification is triggered when learner performance falls below a predefined threshold. The two available alerts are Low Success Rate and Difficult Content. After the alert is sent, the instructor and learner can communicate by messaging.

Find more help

Click on the Help button to open the Learning Center, where the instructor can find a library of Echo tutorials, guides, and other helpful documents available upon request.

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