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Use Sibme in a Canvas Module | Sibme Help Center
Use Sibme in a Canvas Module | Sibme Help Center

Add either a Sibme Huddle or the Library as a Canvas Module so that Users are able to work in both Canvas and Sibme seamlessly.

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Written by Jeff Ritter
Updated over a week ago

If Canvas has been setup to work with Sibme, then a Sibme Huddle or the Library can be added directly into a Module within Canvas. This allows Canvas users the ability to quickly access Artifacts, Discussions, and other functionality within a Canvas Module. Before Sibme can be Used in Canvas, the Canvas Integration within Sibme needs to be configured. More information can be found in the Canvas SSO Integration Overview Help Article.

Who is this article for?

Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your Sibme account administrator if you have permission.

  • Users

  • Admin

  • Super Admin

  • Account Owner

Steps to accomplish the task:

When the Sibme Canvas SSO Integration has been turned on, the following steps will allow a Huddle or the Library to be used within Canvas:

1. In Sibme, go to the More Huddle Settings of the Huddle you would like to add to Canvas and click on the “Copy Canvas Code” button.

If you would like to use the Library in Canvas, then an Account Owner can go into Account Settings > Integrations > Enable Canvas and click on the “Copy Code” in the Library Code Snippet area.

In both cases, the necessary code that needs to be added to Canvas is copied and can be pasted into the External App of the Module.

2. To add Sibme to a Module within Canvas, then go to Modules, click on the blue “+ Module” button to create an empty Module, and then click the ‘+’ button on the Module.

3. From the “Add Item to Module” modal, choose “External Tool” from the Add dropdown menu and then choose “Sibme Cloud Assignment” from the list. Depending on your Canvas implementation, you may need to scroll down to find it. Be sure to paste the code copied from the Sibme Huddle or Library into the URL field at the bottom. The URL field may need to be cleared and the new URL pasted into the field. Please make sure to give a Page Name before clicking Add Item. Be sure to click Add Item at the bottom.

Please Note: After clicking on Sibme Cloud Assignment, a new tab will open taking you to Sibme. You may close that tab down. You will then have a Link Resource from External Tool modal open that should be closed. A warning will appear that you can ignore by clicking OK. Then you are able to paste the link from the Huddle or the Library.

4. Once you have saved the Module, then Sibme will appear within Canvas. Users will be able to access Artifacts and participate in Discussions. They will also be able to use the green ‘+’ button to get to other functions like Upload Video, Upload Resource, etc. If the choice under the green ‘+’ button has a Sibme logo to the right of it, that means that the full Sibme platform will open up in a new tab so the User can complete that task. Also, Resources have the Sibme logo and will open in a new tab so the full functionality of Document Commenting can be used.

Once the Assignment or Module has been configured correctly to work with Sibme, then Sibme will appear within Canvas for Users to use. This will allow Canvas and Sibme Users to work more efficiently on both platforms.

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