Interactive Video Quiz Moodle Gradebook Integration Deployment Guide

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About this Guide

This guide describes how to deploy the Interactive Video Quiz Moodle Gradebook Integration.

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Audience

This guide is for Moodle and Kaltura administrators that intend to integrate the Interactive Video Quiz (IVQ)  feature with the Moodle Gradebook.

Prerequisites

  • Moodle 3.2 environment (This feature is not supported on previous Moodle versions.)
  • Kaltura Video Package for Moodle 3.2 should be installed on your Moodle environment

Interactive Video Quiz Moodle Gradebook Integration Deployment Instructions

To deploy the Interactive Video Quiz Moodle Gradebook Integration

  1. Go to Site administration → Plugins → Activity modules → External tool → Manage tools.
  2. Click the "Manage preconfigured tools" link and then "Add preconfigured tool".
  3. Configure the following Tool settings:

    Setting

    Value

    Comment

    Tool Name

    Kaltura Video Quiz

    The name of the external tool

    Tool URL

    http://[your kaf-url]/browseandembed/index/browseandembed/?type=quiz&moodleivq=1

     

    Consumer Key

    Your Kaltura partner ID (e.g. 123456)

     

    Shared Secret

    Your Kaltura Admin Secret

     

    Content-Item Message

    Checked

    This field must be checked as the integration is based on CIM.

  4. Configure the following privacy settings:

    Setting

    Value

    Comment

    Share launcher's name with tool

    Always

     

    Accept grades from the tool

    Always

     

    Force SSL

    Depends on your Moodle site and KAF settings

    If your Moodle site runs on HTTP, then "Force SSL" must be unchecked, otherwise, "Force SSL" must be checked. This setting should be aligned with your KAF instance SSL configuration for both HTTP as well as HTTPS. For example,  if your Moodle site runs on HTTP, then the KAF instance should be configured to be launched on HTTP as well. 

  5. Click Save,
  6. In your KAF admin go to module: Ltigrading and enable, then click Save.
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