Yes, if instructors give an Incomplete, the instructor may request to add the student to a past-term or a present-term course so they can access quizzes, assignments, etc. Instructors should email email@example.com and request that their and the student's enrollment be enabled in the course site. Include the student’s ONID and the Canvas course code (e.g. TST_101_001_S2017) in the email.
Users of Kaltura MediaSpace can create their own personal Channels. To do this:
Click "My Channels" in the top menu.
Click "+ Create Channel" to create a Channel.
Enter a name and description.
Determine the type of permissions you want for your Channel. They are:
Open: Anyone with a link to your Channel can view content in the Channel and can also add new content to it.
Restrict: Anyone with a link to your Channel can view content in the Channel. Only members can add new content to it.
Private: Only members can view content in the Channel and also add new content to it.
Determine if you want your Channel to be moderated. This means only certain types of members will be able to determine what is added to a Channel. Media Services recommends that you moderate content in your Channel.
Kaltura is fully integrated into Canvas. Media a user has previously uploaded through MediaSpace is available under "My Media" in Canvas and, conversely, any media that a user uploads through Canvas will be available to them in under "My Media" in MediaSpace. "My Media" reflects a user's own media content, regardless of what publishing settings have been set for each item in that collection. Each user will see a different collection of content under "My Media" in Canvas as they're looking at their own content and not another person's. Two primary options exist for a user to share their media in Canvas. Those options include:
Media Gallery: A teacher or student can publish media to the collective repository for a course, the Media Gallery. Unless the media already carries different publishing settings, publishing content to the Media Gallery guarantees that that media will be accessible only to those who are currently enrolled in the course. Refer to the "How do I add media to my course's Media Gallery?" FAQ for detailed instructions.
In-line Embedding: In parts of Canvas where the editor toolbar is available, a video button in the toolbar allows you to select content from My Media and embed it directly into content, such as a Page or Announcement. Refer to the "How do I embed media into a Canvas entry?" FAQ for detailed instructions.
Both options collect analytics on the usage of your media content within the course, which can be accessed via Media Gallery > Actions > Analytics.
Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder can be installed on MacOS and Windows computers. While any user on a Windows computer can install CaptureSpace without elevated permissions, a user on a MacOS computer must be administrator of their machine in order to install the software. If you are not the administrator of your MacOS computer, please contact the Service Desk additional support.
Yes. If you want to use a Canvas rubric for the assignment, you must add the rubricbefore setting the External Tool submission type. Create the assignment with any other submission type, save the assignment, add the rubric, and then edit the assignment to select the External Tool > Turnitin. You can then use the Canvas rubric when grading in SpeedGrader.
Yes, Turnitin originality check is now an option for any Canvas File Upload assignment. Instructors can use all of the Canvas File Upload features in the assignment, including rubrics, group assignments, and peer review. Instructors can view Turnitin scores and reports from the Canvas gradebook or from SpeedGrader. Students can view their reports and assignment scores from their Grades page in Canvas.