When installing the Webex Education Connector in to Canvas, you have the option of installing site-wide in an enabled state, in a single course, or site-wide in a disabled state. You need to be a Canvas Administrator and a Webex site administrator to complete the installation.

1

Configure your Cisco Webex Site to allow the Webex Education Connector integration:

  • For sites managed in Cisco Webex Site Administration, sign in to Webex Site Administration and go to Configuration > Common Site Settings > Options .

  • For sites managed in Cisco Webex Control Hub, go to the customer view in https://admin.webex.com , then go to Services , and under Meeting , select Sites . Choose the Webex site to change the settings for and select Configure Site > Common Settings > Site Options .

2

Scroll to Allow the following URL domain names and enter lti.educonnector.io separated from the other domain names by a comma.

3

Sign in to Canvas as an administrator, select the Admin tab , and then select the name of the account.


 

The account determines which courses the tool is available in.

4

Select Developer Keys > + Developer Key > + API Key and enter the following information:

  • Key Name —Enter Webex .

  • (Optional) Owner Email —Enter an email address.

  • Redirect URIs —Enter both URIs on separate lines.

    • https://lti.educonnector.io/lms_accesses/new

    • https://lti.educonnector.io/lms_accesses/callback

  • Enforce Scopes —Do not enable, scoped developer keys are currently not supported.

5

Select Save Key , and take note of the ID and Key generated in the Details section of the new Developer Key, as you'll need these later. In the State section of the new Developer Key, select ON .

6

Open a new tab in your browser, navigate to: https://lti.educonnector.io/, and enter the following information:

  • Full name —Enter your first and last name.

  • Email —Enter your administrator email address.

  • Institution —Enter the name of your institution.

  • Webex site —Enter your Webex site name. Your site name is the text in your Webex URL before .webex.com. If your site URL is https://myschool.webex.com/, enter myschool (exclude https:// and .webex.com, and remove capitalization).

  • LMS ... —Select Canvas from the drop-down list.

  • Install in a Disabled State Uncheck if you want Webex to be enabled when installed. Check if you want Webex to be disabled when installed.

  • Canvas Site Domain —Enter the URL of your canvas site. For example, https://college.example.instructure.com, enter college.example.instructure.com .

  • Canvas Developer ID —Enter the ID from Step 5.

  • Canvas Developer Key —Enter the Key from Step 5.

  • Canvas Site Timezone

7

Select Next , and take note of the Your Consumer Key , Your Shared Secret , and LTI Registration URL .

8

Navigate back to Canvas, select the Admin tab, then select the name of the account:

  • If you want to install site-wide—Select a Site, then go to Settings > View App Configuration > + App .

  • If you want to install in a single course—Select a Course, then go to Settings > View App Configuration > + App .

9

Enter the following information:

  • Configuration Type —Select By URL .

  • Name —Enter Webex , or another descriptive name.

  • Consumer Key —Enter the Your Consumer Key from Step 5.

  • Shared Secret —Enter the Your Shared Secret from Step 5.

  • Launch URL —Enter the LTI Registration URL from Step 5.

10

Navigate to a course within the site, and confirm that the Webex Education Connector has been installed.

11

Launch the Webex Education Connector.

12

Go to the Setup tab and select Authorize , then follow the authorization steps.

13

To enable site-wide features available for instructor configuration, go to the Setup tab and select Admin Panel . Click Back to App to return to the Webex Education Connector once complete.