• How do I export grades to my LMS?

    With Edpuzzle, importing the grades from an assignment is a breeze. In fact, it's virtually automatic!

    Below you'll find more detailed information about exporting grades for your specific LMS.

    Google Classroom

    Grades are exported automatically for your students when they complete an assignment and you grade all of their answers. You can also manually export grades at any time by following these steps:

    1. From the home screen, go to "My Classes."
    2. Select the class from the menu on the left that you'd like to export grades for.
    3. Select the assignment from the list of assignments.
    4. From the menu on the right, click on "Export grades to LMS" and you're done!

    Keep in mind that when you export your Edpuzzle grades to Google Classroom, they'll appear in one of two ways:

    1. "Returned." This means that the assignment on Edpuzzle was completed by the student and graded by the teacher, including open-ended questions. This grade will be visible to the student on Google Classroom. Note that grades will be exported automatically once a student has completed an assignment and all the questions have been graded.
       
    2. "Draft." This means that the assignment on Edpuzzle either was NOT completed by the student or that the teacher still has questions to grade. This grade will NOT be visible to the student on Google Classroom.

    To change the grade from "Draft" to "Returned" so the student can see it, you can simply type in the grade in Google Classroom and change the status manually to "Returned."

    Note: When you export Edpuzzle grades, don't worry if they appear as "Not turned in" on Google Classroom. This is simply because students didn't have to manually turn in the assignment on Google Classroom since you exported their grades for them from Edpuzzle.

    Canvas, Schoology and Moodle

    Grades are exported automatically for all the assignments you create directly from your LMS. Just click on the course and go to the gradebook. Here are the steps to view your gradebook for each LMS:

    • On Canvas and Moodle, click on the "Grades" tab.
    • On Schoology, click on "Gradebook."

    Once in the gradebook, a dash or a white space means that the student hasn't completed the assignment yet. Open-ended answers will count as a "0" until you correct them.

     

    Grades on Edpuzzle range from 0-100. On your LMS, however, you can configure how many points you want to award each assignment, and the gradebook will automatically make the conversion.

    You can also manually change your students' grades in the gradebook, but those changes won't be visible on Edpuzzle.

    To reset the progress for one of your students, follow these steps:

    1. Go to the assignment in your LMS.
    2. In the Edpuzzle window, find the student, click on the "..." button next to the student's name and click "Reset progress."
    3. Now, to make this change show up in your LMS gradebook, go back to the assignment view on Edpuzzle and click "Export grades to LMS." This will manually sync the grades to reflect the changes.

     

    If you need any additional help exporting grades to your LMS, don't hesitate to contact us at support@edpuzzle.com

  • Using Edpuzzle With Google Classroom

    You can connect your Edpuzzle account to your Google account and Google Classroom in two ways:

    Connecting your Google account when signing up

    1. From the homepage, click the "Sign up" button while logged into your Google account.
    2. Select "Sign up as a teacher" or "Sign up as a student" accordingly.
    3. Click the "Sign up with Google" button and select your Google account when prompted.
    4. Now your new account is automatically connected to Google! You'll be able to use the "Log in with Google" button for added privacy and security.

    Connecting your Google account from settings

    1. Log in to your Edpuzzle account with your email and password.
    2. Click the circle icon in the upper right corner and click on your name in the drop-down menu.
    3. Click on the "Account" tab and scroll down to the section labeled "Connected accounts."
    4. Click "Connect" and select the same Gmail address you use for your Google Classroom.

     With Google and Google Classroom integration, you can:

    Note: Your account email and your Google Connected email can be different! 

  • Using Edpuzzle With Canvas

    Take advantage of Edpuzzle’s seamless integration with Canvas to keep all of your video lessons and grades in the same place!

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Canvas

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Canvas

    III. How Students Can Use Edpuzzle Through Canvas

    IV. Troubleshooting the Edpuzzle Integration on Canvas

     

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Canvas

    Set up the integration yourself by following the steps in this article, or forward it to your IT admin or tech support person to install the integration for your whole school or district.

    To integrate Edpuzzle with Canvas, you need to follow these steps:

    1. Log in to Canvas, go to “Courses” and select a class.
    2. Click on “Settings” from the white menu bar on the left. 
    3. Click on the “Apps” tab.
    4. Search for the Edpuzzle app in the App Center (type it in the search bar or scroll down until you find it), and click on it.
    5. Click on the blue “+ Add App” button. This will open a pop-up window.
    6. Now you'll need two pieces of information: the consumer key and shared secret. Here are the steps you need to follow:
    7. To find this information, open a new tab or window and log in to or sign up for Edpuzzle (see our article on how to create an account).
    8. Click on your circular profile icon in the upper right-hand corner, select your name from the dropdown menu to go to your profile, then click on the “School” tab (https://edpuzzle.com/profile?tab=school).
    9. In the LMS dropdown menu at the bottom of the page, select Canvas.
    10. If the consumer key and shared secret are already filled out, skip to step 13. If not, you'll need to enter the domain.
    11. The domain is the URL you use to access Canvas (hint: this is usually in the format of "yourschoolname.instructure.com").
    12. Once you've filled out the domain, click the “Generate” button to get your consumer key and shared secret.
    13. Now go back to Canvas.
    14. Enter the fields for “Consumer Key” and “Shared Secret” and click the blue “Add App” button.
    15. Refresh the page, and now Edpuzzle will appear in your list of external apps!

    If this doesn’t work, just ask your IT admin to follow these exact same steps from their Admin panel in Canvas. You may not have permission as a teacher to add external apps.

    Once Edpuzzle has been added to Canvas, all you need to do is select the course of your choice and then click on “Edpuzzle” in the side menu. You’ll be prompted to log in or sign up and away you go – your Edpuzzle class is all set up!

     

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Canvas

    To assign an Edpuzzle video lesson on Canvas:

    1. Go to “Courses” and choose the course you’d like to assign an edpuzzle for.  
    2. Select “Assignments” from the white menu bar on the left.
    3. Click the blue “+ Assignment” button.
    4. Give your assignment a title, and in the “Submission Type” drop-down menu, select “External Tool.”
    5. Click the “Find” button, which will open the “Configure External Tool” pop-up. Select Edpuzzle.
    6. This will open another pop-up window showing your “My Content” on Edpuzzle (or prompting you to log in if you haven't done so already).
    7. Select your video lesson by clicking the eye icon in the middle of the video.
    8. Click the blue “Assign” button, which will return you to the “Configure External Tool” pop-up.
    9. Click the blue “Select” button to confirm your assignment and close the pop-up.
    10. Then you can set your due date and click the blue “Save” button to save the assignment (which won't be visible to your students), or the gray “Save & Publish” button to send it to your students.
    11. Now your video lesson will appear in your list of assignments on Canvas! Your students will start to appear as they click on the assignment link.

    Best of all, once students complete the lessons their grades will automatically sync with Canvas!

    Note: If you're a teacher using the Canvas app, please note that you won't be able to view edpuzzles using a mobile. On the other hand, you can watch edpuzzles if you're using a tablet.

     

    III. How Students Can Use Edpuzzle Through Canvas

    Your students will be able to log in to their Canvas accounts and complete your Edpuzzle video lessons right from there! Here are some things to keep in mind depending on the device they're using:

    • For desktop: Students simply need to log in to Canvas and click on the assignment(s) to view your edpuzzles.
    • For tablets: Students can use the Canvas app to view your edpuzzles.
    • For mobile: Students will need to use both the Canvas and Edpuzzle apps. When they go to watch an edpuzzle through the Canvas app, they'll get a pop-up prompting them to download the Edpuzzle app if they haven't already, or if they have, students will be asked to open it in the Edpuzzle app. When they're finished, they can return to the Canvas app.

     

    IV. Troubleshooting the Edpuzzle Integration on Canvas 

    Here are some common issues that may come up as you're using the Edpuzzle integration with Canvas and how to solve them.

    Invalid Canvas Domain

    This issue occurs when the Canvas domain that has been registered to Edpuzzle doesn't match the actual domain on Canvas.

    The Canvas domain is the URL address that refers to the accounts for a specific school. It sometimes looks like: "yourschoolname.instructure.com" but can take other forms in some configurations.

    Please contact support@edpuzzle.com with the following information:

    • Your consumer key.
    • The correct Canvas domain.

    To find your Canvas domain, please open your Canvas account and look at the browser’s address bar. That URL is the domain. (*If your school uses more than one Canvas domain, contact us at the support email address listed above.)

    To find the consumer key, follow these steps:

    • In Edpuzzle, visit your profile.
    • Go to the "School" tab.
    • Scroll down to the section "LMS LTI integration" and select Canvas from the LMS dropdown.
    • The consumer key will appear below the domain field.

    Where can I find student projects?

    At the moment, the student projects feature is unavailable with the Canvas integration.

    Why aren't my sections appearing in Edpuzzle?

    If you've set up various sections of the same class in Canvas, when you look at your Gradebook on Edpuzzle, all of the students will appear as if they were in the same class. This is because we don't have a sections feature on Edpuzzle, but don't worry – your sections and gradebook in Canvas will still work perfectly!

    Canvas Features That Aren't Available With the Edpuzzle Integration

    A few features aren't supported with the Edpuzzle Canvas Integration. These include:

    • Speed grader. You can still easily grade your students' answers by going to the assignment and clicking on "X answers to be graded."
    • Reusing, cloning or importing a previous class. For Edpuzzle assignments, this feature isn't currently available. 

     

    Don't see your issue on our list? Reach out to us at support@edpuzzle.com and we'll be happy to help!

  • Using Edpuzzle With Schoology

    In this article, we’ll walk you through how to set up the Edpuzzle app on Schoology. You’ll be able to assign Edpuzzle video lessons and your students can watch and complete them right from Schoology.

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Schoology

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Schoology

    III. How Students Can Use Edpuzzle Through Schoology

    IV. Troubleshooting the Edpuzzle Integration on Schoology

     

     I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Schoology

    Set up the integration yourself by following the steps in this article, or forward it to your IT admin or tech support person to install the integration for your whole school or district!

    Here's how to install the Edpuzzle app:

    For IT admins:

    1. Log in to Schoology and click on the app center (the icon in the upper blue menu bar with four squares).
    2. Scroll down and click on Edpuzzle, which will open a new page.
    3. Click on the blue "Install LTI" button and choose "I agree" from the pop-up window. 
    4. Select "Add to Organization."
    5. This will open a new page. Click on "Configure."
    6. Now you’ll need two pieces of information: the consumer key and the shared secret. Here are the steps you need to follow:
    7. To find your consumer key and shared secret, open a new tab or window and log into or sign up for Edpuzzle (see our article on how to create an account).
    8. Click on your circular profile icon in the upper right-hand corner, select your name from the dropdown menu to go to your profile, then click on the “School” tab (www.edpuzzle.com/profile?tab=school).
    9. In the LMS dropdown menu at the bottom of the page, select Schoology.
    10. If you don’t already see the consumer key and the shared secret, click the “Generate” button.
    11. Enter this information back in Schoology.
    12. Now click on the "Install/Remove" button, select "All Courses" and also check "Course admins only." Then click the "Submit" button.

    For teachers:

    1. Log in to Schoology and click on the app center (the icon in the upper blue menu bar with four squares).
    2. Scroll down and click on Edpuzzle, which will open a new page.
    3. Click on the blue "Install LTI" button and choose "I agree" from the pop-up window. 
    4. Deselect "Add to my homepage" and select the course you want to add Edpuzzle for as well as the "Couse admins only" option below each course. Click "Install."
    5. Now you’ll need two pieces of information: the consumer key and the shared secret. Here are the steps you need to follow:
    6. To find your consumer key and shared secret, open a new tab or window and log into Edpuzzle.
    7. Click on your circular profile icon in the upper right-hand corner, select your name from the dropdown menu to go to your profile, then click on the “School” tab (www.edpuzzle.com/profile?tab=school).
    8. In the LMS dropdown menu at the bottom of the page, select Schoology.
    9. If you don’t already see the consumer key and the shared secret, click the “Generate” button.
    10. Go back to Schoology.
    11. Open up your course and click on “Course Options,” then select “External Tool Providers.” Click on the Edpuzzle external tool. A pop-up window will open allowing you to enter the consumer key and the shared secret, then click “Submit.”

    Note: You may not have permission as a teacher to add external apps, in which case you would need to request this from your IT admin.

    Once Edpuzzle has been added to Schoology, all you need to do is select the course of your choice and then click on “Edpuzzle” in the side menu. You’ll be prompted to log in (to sign up, visit edpuzzle.com first), then just click "Ok" and away you go – your Edpuzzle class is all set up!

     

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Schoology

    To assign an Edpuzzle video lesson on Schoology:

    1. Go to “Courses” and choose the course you’d like to assign an edpuzzle for.  
    2. Click on “Materials.”
    3. In the “Add Materials” drop-down menu, select “Edpuzzle.”
    4. This will open a pop-up window showing your “My Content” on Edpuzzle.
    5. Select your video lesson (click on the eye icon in the middle of your video).
    6. Click the blue “Assign” button, which will return you to the “Materials” page.
    7. Now click on the gear icon to the right of the assignment you've just created and select "Edit."
    8. Check the “Enable Grading” box in the pop-up window, select a category for your grades (i.e. homework) and click the blue “Save Changes” button. You can optionally set a due date at this point. (Note: You do NOT have to enter the consumer key and shared secret!)
    9. Now your video lesson is ready for your students on Schoology! Your students will start to appear as they click on the assignment link.

    Best of all, once students complete the lessons their grades will automatically sync with Schoology – couldn’t be easier!

    Note: If you're a teacher using the Schoology app, please note that you won't be able to view edpuzzles using a mobile. On the other hand, you can watch edpuzzles if you're using a tablet.

     

    III. How Students Can Use Edpuzzle Through Schoology

    Your students will be able to log in to their Schoology accounts and complete your Edpuzzle video lessons right from there! Here are some things to keep in mind depending on the device they're using:

    • For desktop: Students simply need to log in to Schoology and click on the assignment(s) to view your edpuzzles.
    • For tablets: Students can use the Schoology app to view your edpuzzles.
    • For mobile: Students will need to use both the Schoology and Edpuzzle apps. When they go to watch an edpuzzle through the Schoology app, they'll get a pop-up prompting them to download the Edpuzzle app if they haven't already, or if they have, students will be asked to open it in the Edpuzzle app. When they're finished, they can return to the Schoology app. 

     

    IV. Troubleshooting the Edpuzzle Integration With Schoology

    Here are some common issues that may come up as you're using the Edpuzzle integration with Schoology and how to solve them.

    • Linked classes. If you're teaching the same class to multiple sections/periods, you may be using linked classes on Schoology. Be aware that if you're viewing your students in Edpuzzle, they'll all appear in one large class rather than in your separate linked classes (however, your grades will be sorted correctly in Schoology, so don't worry).
      • Another side effect is that you should NOT use the dropdown menu in Schoology to click on your different sections, since all the students will appear in the same class (the first section listed). If you accidentally use the dropdown menu and click on another section, this will create a new class, which you'll need to delete by selecting "Class options" and "Delete class" or by going to Edpuzzle and deleting the section with no assignments.
    • Students are being asked to verify their email addresses. When you set up the Edpuzzle integration, if you didn't click "Course admins only" (see section I, step 4), your students will be asked to verify their email addresses. You'll need to go back and repeat the installation process in section I, this time making sure to select the checkbox for "Course admins only."
    • I can’t see my students’ names. This can happen if there's a configuration error with the integration between Edpuzzle and Schoology. Contact us at support@edpuzzle.com and we'll help you fix the issue!

     

    Any questions? Contact us at support@edpuzzle.com.

  • Using Edpuzzle With Moodle

    Keep all of your video lessons and grades in the same place with Edpuzzle’s seamless integration with Moodle.

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Moodle

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Moodle

    Set up the integration yourself by following the steps in this article, or forward it to your IT admin or tech support person to install the integration for your whole school or district!

     

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Moodle

    Follow these steps to integrate Edpuzzle with Moodle:

    1. Log in to Moodle and click on “Site administration” in the left sidebar menu.

    2. Click on the “Plugins” tab.

    3. Scroll down and select “Manage tools” (under “External tool”).

    4. Under “Add tool,” click on the hyperlink “configure a tool manually.”

    5. On the “External tool configuration” screen, fill in the fields for “Tool name” (Edpuzzle), “Tool URL” (https://lticonfig.edpuzzle.com/moodle/admin_config.xml), “Consumer key” and “Shared secret.” (The consumer key and shared secret can be found in the “School” tab in your profile on Edpuzzle.)

    6. For the “Tool configuration usage” field, select the third option: “Show in activity chooser and as a preconfigured tool.”

    7. For the “Default launch container” field, select the “Embed, without blocks” option.

    8. Click on the “Show more…” hyperlink in blue, then select the “Content-Item Message” checkbox below the “Default launch container” field.

    9. Under the “Privacy” tab, select “Always” for the fields “Share launcher’s name with tool” and “Accept grades from the tool.” Select the “Force SSL” checkbox. 

    10. Click on the blue “Save changes” button. 

    11. Now Edpuzzle will appear in your tools!


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    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Moodle

    Once you’ve integrated Edpuzzle, you’ll need to follow these steps to assign an edpuzzle on Moodle:

    1. Select the class you’d like to assign an edpuzzle for from the left sidebar menu.

    2. Click on the “+ Add an activity or resource” hyperlink on the right in the section of your choice.
    3. From the pop-up window, select Edpuzzle and click the blue “Add” button.

    4. On the next screen, click on the gray “Select content” button.

    5. A pop-up window will open showing you your available edpuzzles. Select the edpuzzle of your choice and click the blue “Assign” button which will close the pop-up.

    6. The title of your edpuzzle should now appear in the “Activity name" field. 

    7. Now you can choose from the two blue buttons: select either “Save and return to course” or “Save and display.”

    8. Now your video lesson will appear for your class on Moodle and your grades will be automatically synced!


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  • Using Edpuzzle With Blackboard

    Take advantage of Edpuzzle’s integration with Blackboard so your students can watch and complete their edpuzzles directly from your LMS, and grades will be synced automatically!

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Blackboard

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Blackboard

     

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Blackboard

    Just ask your IT Admin to follow these steps to set it up for your whole school or district:

    1. Log in to Blackboard and go to the “Administrator Panel.”
    2. Click on “Register Provider Domain” under “LTI Tool Providers.”
    3. In the “Provider Domain” field, type in “edpuzzle.com.”
    4. In the “Default Configuration” field, select “Set globally.”
    5. Enter in the Tool Provider Key and the Tool Provider Secret provided to you by Edpuzzle. (Can also be found in the “School” tab of your profile on Edpuzzle.)
    6. Under “Institution Policies,” select “Send user data over any connection” and check all three checkboxes (“Role in Course,” “Name,” and “Email Address”) under “User Fields to Send.”
    7. Click the black “Submit” button.
    8. Under “TOOL/PROVIDER,” select the checkbox next to “edpuzzle.com.”
    9. From the drop-down menu, select “Manage Placements.”
    10. Click the “Create Placement” button.
    11. In the “Label” field, type in “Edpuzzle.”
    12. In the “Handle” field, type in “Edpuzzle.”
    13. In the “Type” field, select “Course content tool” and check the box next to “Allows grading.”
    14. In the “Tool Provider URL,” type in https://edpuzzle.com/lti/assignments/launch
    15. Double-check that the Tool Provider Key and the Tool Provider Secret are correct.
    16. Click the black “Submit” button to finish the set-up process.

    Note: Please make sure that you've enabled grading for LTI Tool providers by selecting to LTI Tool Providers > Manage Global Properties > Enable grading.

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    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Blackboard

    For teachers, when you want to assign your first edpuzzle from Blackboard, here are the steps to do it!

    1. Log in to Blackboard and select the class you want to assign an edpuzzle for.
    2. Click on the “Build Content” tab.
    3. Select “Edpuzzle” from the drop-down menu.
    4. In the “Name” field, type in a name for your assignment.
    5. Under “GRADING,” type in the maximum number of points in the “Points Possible” field (i.e. 100, 10, etc.).
    6. Decide if you want to set a due date, and then click the black “Submit” button.
    7. Now, you’ll see the name of your assignment – click on it. 
    8. This will open Edpuzzle in Blackboard where you’ll see all of your content. Click on the video lesson you want to assign.
    9. Click the blue “Assign” button, decide if you want to prevent skipping or turn on closed captions, and then click the blue “Assign” button to confirm.
    10. Now your edpuzzle will appear for your students right from within Blackboard!

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    Need help with any of this? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at support@edpuzzle.com.

  • Using Edpuzzle With PowerSchool

    When you integrate Edpuzzle with PowerSchool, teachers will be able to assign video lessons for students to complete, all right from within PowerSchool!

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With PowerSchool

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on PowerSchool

     

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With PowerSchool

    You’ll need to ask your IT Admin to set up the integration for your whole school or district by following these steps:

    1. Log in to PowerSchool and go to “Domain Control.”
    2. Click on the “Applications” tab.
    3. Select “LTI Tools” from the menu.
    4. Click on “+ Add LTI Tool.”
    5. Type in “Edpuzzle” for the configuration name.
    6. In the “Host” field, enter: https://edpuzzle.com/lti/assignments/launch
    7. Enter the Configuration Key and Shared Secret (find this in the “School” tab of your profile on Edpuzzle).
    8. Check the “Privacy” checkbox that says “Share names and email addresses with tool.”
    9. Click “Save.”
    10. If the tool is disabled, click on “Manage Tool” and select “Enable.”

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on PowerSchool

    For teachers, when you want to create an Edpuzzle assignment on PowerSchool, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to PowerSchool and click on the class you want to assign an edpuzzle for.
    2. Choose “Activities” from the white menu bar and select “LTI & SCORM” from the drop-down menu.
    3. Click on the “+ Add Assignment” button, which will open a pop-up window.
    4. Click on “Edpuzzle.”
    5. Enter a title for your assignment, then click “Save & Configure.”
    6. Click on the edpuzzle you want to assign.
    7. When you’ve decided if you want to prevent skipping or turn on closed captions, click on the blue “Assign” button.
    8. In the bottom menu bar, click the “Publish” button.
    9. A new pop-up will open where you can choose the start date and due date for your assignment, allow late submissions, create a gradebook entry, choose the assignment’s location on your page and how you want to display the assignment (in a link or embedded in your LMS).
    10. Click “Finish.”

    Now your students can see and complete your Edpuzzle assignment right from within PowerSchool! Once your students have completed their assignment and you’ve corrected all their answers, you can enter the grades in the corresponding entry in your PowerSchool gradebook.

    Need help with something? Contact us at support@edpuzzle.com.

  • Using Edpuzzle With Blackbaud

    Integrate Edpuzzle with your LMS so that teachers can assign video lessons for students to complete right from within Blackbaud!

    In this article, you'll find sections on:

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Blackbaud

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Blackbaud

     

    I. How to Integrate Edpuzzle With Blackbaud

    You’ll need to ask your IT Admin to set up the integration for your whole school or district. (If they need any help, they can reach us at the email address listed at the bottom of this article.) To do so, they'll need to follow these steps:

    1. From the top menu, select "Core" then "Settings" (with the gear icon) and finally choose "Learning Tools" from the dropdown menu.
    2. Click on the "+ Add Provider" button on the right, which will open up a pop-up window.
    3. From the "Provider Type" dropdown menu, select "Other Provider."
    4. In the "Launch URL" field, type in this URL: https://edpuzzle.com/lti/assignments/launch
    5. Find the "Consumer Key" and "Shared Secret" in your Edpuzzle profile under the "School" tab. Enter this information in the "Add Provider" pop-up window on Blackbaud, then click the green "Save" button.

     

    II. How to Assign a Video Lesson on Blackbaud

    For teachers, when you want to create an Edpuzzle assignment on Blackbaud, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to Blackbaud and select the class you want to assign an Edpuzzle for.
    2. Select the “Assignments” tab, then click on the “+ Assignment” button in the menu on the right.
    3. This will open a pop-up window. Give your assignment a title and a description (optional), and then select your assignment type from the “Type” dropdown menu.
    4. Choose “Edpuzzle” from the “Learning Tool” dropdown menu, and click on the blue “Save” button which will close the pop-up window.
    5. Now click on your new Edpuzzle assignment under “Course Work.”
    6. On the next screen, click “Launch”, which opens Edpuzzle.
    7. Click on the video lesson of your choice, and then click on the blue “Assign” button.

    Now your students can see and complete your Edpuzzle assignment right from Blackbaud!

    Once your students have completed their assignment and you’ve corrected all their answers, you can enter the grades in the corresponding entry in your Blackbaud gradebook.

    Need help with something? Contact us at support@edpuzzle.com