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SCORM Avoiding the Gradebook

 tried finding an answer for uploading SCORM videos into Canvas without having them be an ungraded assignment, and someone on my team figured it out! Our SCORM videos were added to a course as ungraded assignments, but they were appearing in the gradebook and our students would ask questions about why they have so many assignments with a zero on them. 

  1. First, click the “+” button on the module and then select “External Tool” from the dropdown menu (as shown below).318012_SCORM 1.png
  2. Next, paste in the URL of the video and add a Page Name. If you want, you can force the video to load in a new tab by checking the “Load in a new tab” box. Finally, click “Add Item.” (as shown below)
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This should get your SCORM content into the course without it appearing as an ungraded assignment. 

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Where are you getting the URL from? Are you uploading the SCORM file to Canvas, or housing it somewhere else?

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Hey Sarah,

We are getting the URL from when we upload it in Canvas. 

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Perhaps I'm missing something, but I don't see any specific URL for the video. I'm only able to see a URL for the assignment. Is that what you are using?

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I would give that a try, I think that will work. 

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sarah-canatsey@utc.edu‌ may the URL is coming from the file uploaded to Canvas Files. When you click the load in new tab option and open this tab you can copy that URL perhaps.

SCORM and Canvas is lacking.

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