Hi Ronel Smit Welcome to the worldwide Canvas Community! First, allow me to make clear to you that I do NOT have a Clickview subscription and have not used their service. But in the interest of at least giving you a start to a possible solution, I looked for some information and it appears that--like many web-based videos--Clickview offers you an embed code, as outlined here: How do I embed ClickView content? – ClickView
This is important, because Announcements uses the same rich content editor as available almost everywhere else in Canvas. So the next step--after copying the embed code from Clickview--is to embed it within your Announcement by following these instructions: How do I embed a video in a page in a course?
So, while your topic indicates you wanted to "attach" it, this in fact will embed it, which I trust is kind of what you are after accomplishing.
I hope this helps a bit. (At least until any Clickview subscribers weigh in.)
Many many thanks, Staphanie - will look into it tonight.
Many thanks, Ken! Much appreciated. I found a host of other fantastic links too.
Were you able to find an answer to your question? I am going to go ahead and mark this question as answered because there hasn't been any more activity in a while so I assume that you have the information that you need. If you still have a question about this or if you have information that you would like to share with the community, by all means, please do come back and leave a comment. Also, if this question has been answered by one of the previous replies, please feel free to mark that answer as correct.
The embedding worked famously and I am grateful. I have another question which I have not been able to solve: could you please tell me how to attach a document to Speed Grader that a student emailed to me, when they have not been able to use speed grader for some reason. I have tried adding it, and it appears in the right hand column as part of comments, but I have not been able to post it in the content area for students.
Ronel, you've hit upon the only available solution; instructors can add the emailed submission file as a file attachment in the comments box, but instructors cannot actually upload the assignment so that it appears in the content area. If your school admin will accommodate you, the admin can "become" or "act as" that student and can upload the file on the student's behalf—although I hasten to note that this workflow might be problematic for some schools. And, you can add your support to Submit an assignment on behalf of a student, which at this writing is open for voting and in Product Radar status.
Many many thanks, Stefanie!!
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