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This article outlines the centrally supported tools available to make a rapid transition to teaching fully online when face-to-face lectures are not possible. Below, we have gathered a series of functions that you may need to perform during online course...
An eClass sandbox course is useful for any instructor or staff member who wants to explore the system, try out various activities, or do some practice course construction.  NOTE: You can only have one sandbox per account. You can create an eClass sandbox...
This article describes the various icons that an INSTRUCTOR in eClass might be expected to use. GENERAL ICONS [Help icon] HELP - Displays help information if you click on it.   DASHBOARD ICONS  CUSTOMISE THIS PAGE BUTTON - Allows you to edit your eCl...
If you are an instructor using eClass for the first time, or are interested in re-designing or improving upon your course content, the U of A has a number of different groups and resources that are available to assist you. IST ECLASS SUPPORT TEAM Websit...
During the rapid shift online in March 2020 due to the Covid pandemic, eClass began assisting instructors moving assessments online by converting digital files into electronic exams. AS THIS SERVICE WAS INTENDED TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTORS WITH A STARTING POIN...
This article describes the changes released for ExamLock in January 2020. PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS: Two major issues are resolved for winter term: * The mac application performance problem issues are fixed (released as an emergency fix December 4th 2...
Your eClass course has a number of basic settings that you can modify. To reach these settings, once inside your course, click the Actions (Gear) icon on the far right of your course title, and click on _Edit Settings. _ __  _ _ The course settings pag...
This article describes how to use the ACTIVITY CHOOSER to add activities such as quizzes, forums or assignments to your course. This tool provides instructors with the ability to customize their courses. To access the ACTIVITY CHOOSER, first, click on th...
Forums are a useful way to facilitate classroom discussion in an online discussion room format. They can be set up in a number of ways for different situations such as small group discussion, 1-to-1 conversation between instructor and student, question an...
Quizzes are excellent ways to assess student's comprehension of course material. They can provide a secure, automatic way of collecting students' responses to questions that can be used as activities, weekly homework assignments, confidential feedback, et...
ExamLock is a quiz integrity application developed by the IST eClass team. The tool can be installed on Mac and Windows computers and limits students to a quiz interface while an exam is being completed and will block them from using a number of other app...
This article outlines best practices and suggestions for delivering fully remote exams using the eClass quiz activity. With the mix of online and in-person delivery methods now available, one challenge facing students with mixed schedules is finding a lo...
CONTENTS: * 1 Getting started * 2 Course Creation * 3 User Accounts * 4 Course Enrollments * 5 System Features GETTING STARTED: The eClass External system is available for use by any U of A Faculty or Staff with courses that require the part...
WHAT IS SEM? Smart Exam Monitor (or SEM) allows instructors to remotely proctor online exams. It is a 3rd party external tool that is deployed inside the eClass hosting environment and is approved by U of A Security and Privacy. [https://drive.google.com...
This article describes the different mechanisms that instructors can use to embed videos in for students to watch. Please review our lecture recording overview [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/407/23/lecture-record...
Groups are the functional units within which students work and participate in different eClass activities. Activities that have groups enabled allow administrative users to filter contributions with three different group modes: * No groups: All student...
Security features for online exams are important to ensure quiz integrity. eClass offers a range of features that provide varying levels of security which meet different needs. Most of the features listed below can be used in combination. In addition to t...
Assignments are one of the main forms of assessment in eClass. They allow students to submit files or enter text online for marking, and provide instructors with an easy-to-use interface in which to mark them. File submissions can be in almost any format ...
Embedded Answers (Cloze) is a way of designing multiple choice, short answers and numerical answers within a passage of text. They are useful when you want to have a single question have multiple sub-parts and when it makes better sense to have answer box...
This article explains how to add quiz questions to an existing quiz on eClass. If you have not yet added a quiz, please see Adding Quizzes [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/150/13/adding-quizzes]. CONTENTS: * 1...
In some cases, you may wish to set conditions which limit whether a student can access a resource, activity or entire topic based on a number of different criteria, including time range, grade range achieved on previous activity, user information, group m...
The following is a summary of the question types available on eClass for use in quizzes: * ALL-OR-NOTHING MULTIPLE CHOICE: Allows the selection of multiple responses from a pre-defined list of choices but uses all-or-nothing grading (100% or 0%). For m...
This article outlines how instructors can use the ExamLock Manager to manage secure exam sessions and review student activity during quizzes. Instructors should configure their quizzes first following the instructions at Using ExamLock to Promote Quiz Int...
Generally, there are two ways to add content to a course: creating new 'Page' resources (HTML files with content added directly to eClass) and uploading existing documents as 'File' resources.  CONTENTS: * 1 Dragging and Dropping Existing Files * 2...
A grouping in eClass is a set of groups. Only after you have created groups [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/149/0/setting-up-groups], can you create groupings. Groupings are used in two main ways: * To enable s...
This article discusses some considerations in using eClass to create and manage large sets of quiz questions. For courses without extensive question banks, you may instead refer to Adding Questions [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgeb...
This article explains how to upload a video from your computer into an editable content area on eClass. If you are a STUDENT, you would normally be doing this in a discussion forum, an online assignment submission (not an assignment requiring a file uploa...
This article will explain how to add simple web links into any editable content area where the HTML editor is available. For instructors the main places would be: the content section headers of their course home page, as content within page resources, in ...
Article Last Updated July 2021 This article shows how instructors can quickly embed google drive files including videos into their eClass courses. This process occurs through an external integration provided by the google suite 'Assignments' tool and on...
CONTENTS: * 1 Introduction * 1 Using Import * 2 Select a course to import from * 3 Include activities and resources * 4 Select specific activities and resources * 5 Notes INTRODUCTION: If you are the instructor of a course in eClass, the b...
This article outlines how instructors can use the ExamLock Manager to schedule secure exam sessions for students to complete quizzes. Instructors will need to configure their quizzes first following the instructions at Using ExamLock to Promote Quiz Integ...
Since students have a different view of courses than instructors do, instructors may need to validate how a course is looking or functioning. This article describes how instructors can preview their course content by switching roles (for basic checks) or ...
You can add images into any editable content area on eClass. If you are a STUDENT, you would normally be doing this in a discussion forum, an online assignment submission (not an assignment requiring a file upload), or a collaborative page such as a wiki ...
UPDATE: DUE TO THE ONGOING PERFORMANCE ISSUES CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/News/NewsItem/View/241/update-on-eclass-outages---january-3rd-2022], THE LEVEL UP BLOCK HAS BEEN DISABLED AT THIS TIME. The Level U...
This article lists the current known issues and technical problems in ExamLock that are already under investigation or have been added to our product backlog for repairs. ISSUE/PROBLEM SUMMARY KNOWN WORKAROUNDS Superscript and subscript both re...
The eClass mobile app, currently in a public beta release, offers faculty, students, and staff easy access to eClass course content. The app is available for download here. [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/374/10/u...
This article provides a general overview for instructors using the Yuja enterprise video platform. The platform provides instructors and students with a place to upload videos, share them with course channels, tools for recording and editing, and a pathwa...
Badges are a gamification feature in eClass intended to make learning more interesting for students. This article will introduce basic Badge usage in eClass and is tailored to instructors who are new to Badges. Three steps are required to use badges in a...
Calendars can be very useful in your course for displaying assignment due dates, online quiz availability, synchronous meeting session times, or any other event you would like to draw student's attention to.  HOW TO ADD A CALENDAR As an instructor, ther...
Ratings can be useful for instructors who wish to track or grade forum posts, glossary entries and database entries, and link them directly to the course gradebook. They can also be used as a collaborative activity by allowing students to rate each other'...
This article describes how instructors can use the Stream2 Media suite to upload or record media into their course to allow students to easily access video content. Stream2 is an integrated cloud service that stores media files in the eClass environment a...
eClass allows you to add links to resources on the Internet and to customize those links as necessary. ADDING A URL * Click on TURN EDITING ON, near top right side. * Move to the topic area where you wish to add content (the week, unit, etc.) and c...
Files are one of the basic and most used types of content in eClass courses. When adding files, PDF files are usually preferable to other formats since browsers display PDF files in a consistent format. For a bit more information on general course content...
This article describes how instructors can add the new Approved Student Accommodations Dashboard external tool to their courses. This tool provides a convenient listing of any students who are approved for academic accommodations for a particular course i...
The feedback activity allows instructors to have students respond to a series of questions, like a quiz. These questions are not gradeable (there is no correct answer possible) and so are best for gathering feedback, not for assessment. The difference bet...
Workshops are a peer-assessment activity in which students can submit their work to the group and grade their own and each other's submissions. CONTENTS: * 1 General * 2 Grading settings * 3 Submission settings * 4 Assessment settings * 5 Fee...
To create additional topic areas in your eClass course: * Turn editing on in your course. * Scroll to the bottom of your topic list and click +ADD TOPICS. * Enter the number of new sections desired and click the green ADD TOPICS button.
There are 2 main methods of displaying mathematical notations in eClass, depending on users familiarity with math markup languages: the more robust method uses the MathJAX filter to display standard TeX syntax (or MathML); users unfamiliar with TeX can us...
CONDITIONAL RELEASE BASED ON ITEM COMPLETION In order to conditionally release a resource or activity in your course based on the completion of another course item, you will need to make sure that Completion Tracking is enabled in your course. This proce...
Working in conjunction with the Library, the eClass team has developed a customizable block to make it easy for students to access resources. The block is available on the user's homepage, and instructors can add it inside their course.  To add the Libra...
This article describes the Question bank in eClass and the basic operations available within it.  Adding any new question within a quiz also automatically stores it in the question bank for the course - for more details, see Adding Questions to Quizzes [...
There are two major kinds of blogs in eClass: blogs that can be added to course pages, and personal blogs that are external to eClass but are included in a course via the HTML editor. These blogs are generally available to all users at the U of A (or the ...
Course formats in eClass are options that organize and structure your course content differently, _WITHOUT AFFECTING THE CONTENT ITSELF._ There are 6 Formats that can be used in your course: * Weekly format * Topics format * Collapsed Topics * Co...
The eClass summer upgrade in 2018 introduces a redesigned user interface as well as a range of feature improvements. This article contains a number of short videos that highlight the changes. The full outage announcement and complete list of features ch...
Instructors can now generate course syllabi using a custom tool within their eClass courses. The tool contains a series of entry fields for the required elements of course syllabi based on GFC policy and creates an editable, downloadable file that instruc...
Chats enable real-time conversations between instructors and students in a text-based environment similar to most instant messaging platforms but in a simpler fashion. The tool is a great, easy way to communicate with students at-a-distance. ADDING A CH...
Through the normal course content copy procedures, student and instructor contributions into the database activity are not copied forward from year to year. These submissions are considered user data and for that reason are excluded from the regular rout...
This article describes how instructors can add Crowdmark assessments (assignments and exams) to their course. This type of assessment will transfer a student roster directly from eClass to the Crowdmark system and allow instructors to set up assessments o...
This article describes how instructors can use Google Jamboard though the UAlberta google tools suite. Jamboard is a collaborative digital whiteboard for capturing and sharing ideas. The platform features intelligent handwriting display, shape recognition...
For instructions on creating new badges, enabling a badge, and awarding it manually, see the article Introduction to Badges [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/275/13/introduction-to-badges]. ASSIGNING BADGES BASED O...
In non-credit and training course situations, it may be useful to have students print a custom certificate upon completing any requirements set by the course instructor/designer. Certificates can also be added to credit courses, but it should be clearly c...
This article assumes that you have a CCID, can access your google calendar through the ‘Email & Apps’ link, and have added some events to your calendar. First, click on the settings button to the right of the name of the calendar you wish to export, and ...
The Lesson activity is a flexible way to add interactive content into your course. It allows for the regular range of content to be added through the system editor but multiple pages can be added and wrapped with a navigation structure with options for ad...
Wikis are collaborative tools where you and your students can enter any type of content regarding any topic that you specify (they are similar to both the glossary and database). They are an excellent way to make students work together to create a resourc...
eClass allows instructors to add essay questions to a quiz. This question type should also be used for long answer questions. Note that these questions cannot be automatically marked by the system, so instructors have to go in and manually grade them afte...
This article explains how INSTRUCTORS can add a banner to their course. If you already have a banner image for use, you can skip down to step 2 below - the first portion (Step 1) covers how to use one of the existing Faculty and Department banners availab...
The page resource allows you to create a simple web page within your eClass course that can include text, images, and embedded videos. Pages offer an alternative to PDF documents when displaying content to students that are more easily updated and can off...
The Completion Progress block in eClass gives students a visual indication of their progress through a course. To display completion progress, completion tracking must be enabled in your course and set up for at least one activity or resource. For more d...
 (H5P) activities are interactive learning objects based on a set of open-source templates that instructors can add into their courses (the name is an abbreviation for HTML5 Package). Any pre-existing H5P activities created and/or hosted on h5p.org [https...
Instructors can now create H5P interactive activities directly in their eClass courses. H5P ( ) activities are interactive learning objects based on a range of open-source templates that can now be used as gradeable activities [https://support.eclass.ualb...
This article describes best practices for ensuring eClass course content meets accessibility standards and has been provided by the Academic Success Centre [https://www.ualberta.ca/current-students/accessibility-resources]. CAPTIONING As a part of the t...
Article Last Updated June 2021 Rather than organizing your course using eClass's default section naming scheme (ie. by week, when the course format is set to 'Weekly' format; or by topic number when the course is set to 'Topics' format), you can choose y...
This article describes how instructors can use the PDF Annotation activity as an interactive tool for social annotation in their course. This tool allows instructors to upload PDF files to have students markup the texts with questions, notes, or other mar...
Instructors can hide activities and resources using "stealth mode" and still allow students to access the content. This can be useful as a course design strategy where an instructor wants to nest content to provide a clean and compact course home page. An...
As an alternative to the standard Forum [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/146/13/adding-forums] activity on eClass, instructors may add Anonymous Forums if they want students to be able to post in forums without bei...
Tab displays allow you to group, arrange, and organize your content into tabbed sections within an eClass resource.  The pages can be viewed by clicking the tabs running along the top of the display. An example is depicted below: ADDING THE TAB DISPLAY R...
For questions involving numeric calculations, the calculated question types on eClass can help to ensure that each student sees a different version of each question. For example, you could have a question that asks “what is the sum of X and Y” where X and...
Instructors choosing to incorporate content from 3rd party textbook publishers in their eClass courses or link their courses directly to textbook websites need to be aware of the following policies announced in late 2014. Instructor Use of Online Homew...
As an extension of the Groups/Groupings [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/List/Index/33/working-with-groups] functionality, the GROUP SIGN-UP BLOCK allows students to create or join pre-created groups for collaborating in eClass...
In any editable content area on eClass, users can upload files and create links to them. This can be done in any area where the HTML editor is available: content section headers, page resources, activity or resource descriptions, and in the essay grading ...
A survey is a tool for gathering feedback about your course from your students but in eClass is comprised only of several known instruments that assess e-Learning. (See below if you want to construct your own questions.) These metrics are standard questio...
This article describes how instructors can take videos they have already uploaded to YouTube and easily embed them in an eClass course. For an overview of how to upload videos to YouTube, please view this CTL Webinette [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4K...
This article will explain how to setup the word limit feature for assignments. The word limit  feature allows professors the option to set a cap on the number of words students can submit in their assignments. NOTE: THIS FEATURE IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN ONL...
Each eClass course is organized into a series of content sections on the main course page. The heading area of each content section can be edited with titles that help organize the distinct sections of your course. Content section titles can only contain ...
The Collapsed Topics with Collapsed Labels course format provides instructors an additional mechanism for shortening the length of their course in eClass. As with all the other available course formats [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowle...
Blocks can be added on your main course page or on some activity and resource sub-pages. Note that if you are using a somewhat small display and do not see any blocks on the right hand side of your course, your browser may have switched the eClass display...
This article describes how instructors can add H5P activities which push their scores directly into the gradebook in their courses. H5P is an interactive HTML5 package that instructors may have previously created and/or hosted on h5p.org [https://h5p.org/...
Instructors who inadvertently delete resources or activities from their eClass course page can now restore them using the new recycle bin IF THEY REALIZE THE CONTENT DELETION WITHIN 7 DAYS. TO RESTORE CONTENT TO YOUR COURSE: * Click on the GEAR icon o...
A database is a way for students and teachers to build a searchable collection of items within a course. Databases are set up with a set of customized fields for course participants to enter data for each item in the collection which can include file or i...
Labels can be added anywhere in your eClass course and are commonly used as headers to organize content, callouts drawing attention to specific areas, etc.  Labels can consist of simple text, horizontal bars, images, videos or even more complex HTML code....
This article describes how instructors can add the YuJa video integration into their course. This external tool links to the U of A's enterprise video platform - a full-featured media storage, streaming, and editing suite. The tool can be added to non-cre...
Non-credit courses are courses that are not tied to a credit section on Bear Tracks. These can include research/collaboration courses, content development templates, or resource courses that supplement a regular credit course. Non-credit courses are also ...
CHOICE is a polling activity in which you can ask students to answer multiple-choice questions. The results can be published to the whole class or left private for your own use. Some examples of use: gathering feedback on your course or a particular lectu...
Adding Twitter Feeds to eClass course pages is a great way to communicate course updates to students, or even filter tweets directly concerning particular courses, or education in general using the hashtag key. Hashtags are words or phrases preceded by a ...
The External tool activity module allows an instructor to set up a secure link between their eClass course and an external website or tool, allowing students to interact with learning resources and activities from systems outside of eClass. The External t...
This article goes over the Onetopic course format in greater detail, as there have been a number of features added in the June 2018 upgrade. The Onetopic format now allows instructors to change the font and tab colours, as well as set up sub-topics to gro...
Glossaries are tools which allow you and/or your students to develop a list of definitions for terms relevant to your course. These definitions can be added throughout the term or during a specified time range. The glossary can be fully open and collabora...
This article describes how instructors can use the ExamVis external tool to provide students with feedback on their eClass exams. This tool, developed as a part of a TLEF project headed by Dr. Okan Bulut from the Faculty of Education, splits exam question...
The folder resource enables a teacher to display a number of related files inside a single link, reducing scrolling on the course page. Any file uploaded to a folder resource can ONLY BE DOWNLOADED BY STUDENTS, not viewed online. A zipped folder may be up...
By default, eClass treats glossaries as a collaborative tool that students have the ability to edit (i.e. students can create new entries).  It is however possible to restrict the glossary such that only course administrators (instructors and teaching ass...
This article will show INSTRUCTORS how to enable STUDENTS to rate or score forum posts as a collaborative or peer review activity in eClass. The setup for this function requires that a forum is already set up on eClass for you to access the required setti...
A NEW FEATURE ADDED IN SUMMER 2017 allows instructors to use tags to categorize resources and activities within their course. These tags can be used for any manner of internal organization schemes for instructor reference (differing content areas, meeting...
This question type uses a computer algebra system to evaluate student responses constructed as mathematical expressions. The ability to provide a range of feedback based on different incorrect answer pathways make this option very useful for formative ass...
Article Last Updated June 2021 This article will explain how to to move course items without dragging and dropping. * Go to the main page of your course. * Click on TURN EDITING ON on the top right of the page. * A move icon (multi-directional a...
The Question Bank [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/173/13/using-the-question-bank] allows instructors to tag questions as an enhanced means of organization. Questions can each have multiple tags and can be used to ...
This article will explain how to add a word count to forum posts.   1. First, click on the forum. 2. Next, click on the GEAR icon, then on EDIT SETTINGS. 3. You will be taken to a new page. Scroll down until you find_ Attachments and word count_ and c...
This article outlines how to customize roles in your course to prevent certain users from receiving the email messages normally sent by the Announcements forum or block. The use case would be if you have any administrative users who require access to cont...
In addition to shuffling question and multiple choice [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/360/45/security-features-for-delivering-eclass-quizzes] orders as an academic integrity mechanism, instructors can distribute m...
The book resource is very similar to the page or tab display resources, except that it allows you to organize it according to chapters and subchapters. The book resource is good for displaying a large amount of content in an organized fashion. This can be...
NEW IN JUNE 2021, instructors can add a self-serve tool called SensusAccess into their eClass course that will provide students with the ability to convert files posted within the course into a variety of accessible alternative formats. For more informati...
Multiple choice questions are just one of a large number of question types available [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/109/0/quizzes---question-types] in eClass. This type allows the selection of a single or multipl...
Students can now use the Stream2 media tool to record or upload video presentations directly into eClass [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/456/1/submitting-video-presentations-using-stream2-students]. There are two ...
There are three types of drag-and-drop questions available in eClass quizzes. This article has a breakdown of each question type as well as basic setup instructions. For a summary of the other question types available on eClass quizzes, please review Qui...
Simple calculated questions is a simpler version of calculated questions [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/326/13/adding-calculated-quiz-questions] which are like numerical questions but with the numbers used select...
This article explains how instructors can upload SCORM activities into eClass courses. SCORM activities are most often interactive learning objects authored using an external source which are then saved as zip file for upload into a SCORM activity. Their ...
Instructors can now create online reading lists with the library and link them on their eClass site using the resource "Library Reading Lists". This will create a comprehensive reading list for a course and can be organized to show readings by topics or w...
This article covers how to use the YuJa software capture application to record audio, video, and screens for upload to your course. Recordings can be made on personal laptops or desktops and is also available on the campus classroom podium computers.   C...
This article describes how each type of forum works and how they appear to students. For basic instructions on adding a forum to a course page, please see Adding forums [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/staff/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/146/42...
An instructor may need to adjust scores globally on a quiz by adding or subtracting points or scaling the scores without having to enter mass gradebook overrides to student scores. eClass can do this by any combination of adjusting the 'OFFSET' and/or 'M...
At the request of the Faculty of Nursing, the eClass team added a site-wide block making it easy for instructors to add links to general U of A policies into their courses. The block can also be configured to have a section with policies pertaining to the...
This article shows how instructors can create video quizzes using YuJa and then link them into eClass for students to complete to have their scores entered directly in the eClass gradebook. Note that quiz grades are all that is passed from YuJa into eClas...
The feedback activity can be used to query your students with questions that you create. Common uses of the tool are as quick polls for student preferences, to elicit feedback about your class, or even to build datasets of demographic information. The too...
When importing questions from the Question Bank there are several formats that easily transfer into eClass quizzes.  One approach is to write questions using the AIKEN format. The AIKEN format allows you to create multiple choice or true/false questions u...
This article lists the current known issues, technical problems, and workarounds for the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform. Any wider performance issues with the service will be reported on YuJa's system status page [https://yujasystemstatus-1564678088336.si...
As a preventative measure, users are encouraged to PASTE AND MATCH STYLE (paste without formatting, paste as plain text, etc) so that all previous formatting and styles are ignored when pasted. If you are pasting from a formatting-heavy source, doing so w...
The Yuja platform [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/486/23/using-the-yuja-enterprise-video-platform] includes a basic video editor that runs from your web browser allowing you to make edits, add titles, and/or combi...
CONTENTS: * 1 Introduction * 2 Uploading media * 3 Recording media * 4 Adding media to a course This article outlines how YuJa videos can be added through the standard eClass editor available in most content areas in the system. For instructors...
This article describes how instructors can share videos they have uploaded into YuJa with colleagues inside or outside the U of A. In most cases, as long as YuJa has been added to a course (as shown in this article [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/inde...
This article describes step-by-step how to upload a video directly to your course channel and three ways that you can make it available to your students. In this example, the upload process will automatically publish the video to your course channel and s...
SETTING VIDEO PERMISSIONS (PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE) UPDATE DECEMBER 22, 2021. WITH THE ADDITION OF SSO TO YUJA WE HAVE CHANGED THE THE DEFAULT VIDEO PERMISSIONS FROM PRIVATE TO PUBLIC WITH PORTAL (CCID) AUTHENTICATION. Instructors concerned about video priva...

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