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Kaltura, In-video Quizzing and Canvas
Due to reliability and accessibility issues, we recommend using Kaltura video quizzes only for ungraded student self-testing, preparation, and other low-stakes applications. If you choose to use the IVQ function for graded work, you will need to download the grades from the analytics of the video from mediaspace.illinois.edu, and enter them in the Canvas gradebook manually.
Instructors who use Kaltura in-video quizzing should have backup plans for issues such as some students not being able to complete quizzes, or some students' results being lost. The video quizzing function is best viewed as adding interactivity to a video, rather than a full-featured assessment.
You can still send students to a video quiz in mediaspace.illinois.edu, or link to it as you would any video in Canvas (Kaltura, Add a video to Canvas
). However, there is no integration between In-Video Quizzes and the Canvas gradebook.
If you choose to use the IVQ function for graded work, you will need to download the grades from the analytics of the video from mediaspace.illinois.edu, and enter them in the Canvas gradebook manually.
Manual Transfer of results:
If you use Kaltura video quizzes in your course we recommend instructing your students to:
- Complete a video quiz within four hours of starting it,
- Complete it before the assignment's due date and available until date and time, and
- Verify they click the Submit button at the end of the video quiz.