Panopto is accessed through The Hub, the University’s Virtual Learning Environment.

There are two steps to this process (step-by-step instructions are below). First, add a link to the left menu so that Panopto can be accessed from the module. Next, provision the Hub module to use Panopto. Provisioning creates a link between the module in The Hub and a folder to store the content in Panopto.

Download the instructions to Add Panopto to your module guide which has screenshots added, or follow step by step instructions below.

Step 1. Add Panopto to the left hand menu

1. Go the module in the Hub where you want to add Panopto.
2. Check Edit Mode in the right of the top tab is ON.
3. Click on the + symbol in the top left of the menu.
4. Select Tool Link.
5. In the Name field add Panopto Video
6. From the Type drop down menu select Panopto Course Tool Application.
7. The link will appear at the bottom of the left menu.
8. Hover over the left of the Panopto link until a four headed arrow appears, click and drag the link up to sit within the learning and teaching area of your menu.

Step 2. Provision the course

1. Click on the Panopto link in the left menu.
2. You will then see a message that the course is not provisioned.
3. Select the Configure button.
4. On the next window that opens, select Add Course to Panopto.
5. Once the course has provisioned a provisioning result window will appear.
6. You can use the Configure more folders to associate more Panopto folders with this course. This may be useful if you are sharing the same content across multiple modules.
7. Select Return to Course.

Panopto is accessed through The Hub, the University’s Virtual Learning Environment.

There are two steps to this process (step-by-step instructions are below). First, add a link to the left menu so that Panopto can be accessed from the module. Next, provision the Hub module to use Panopto. Provisioning creates a link between the module in The Hub and a folder to store the content in Panopto.

Download the instructions to Add Panopto to your module guide which has screenshots added, or follow step by step instructions below.

Step 1. Add Panopto to the left hand menu

1. Go the module in the Hub where you want to add Panopto.
2. Check Edit Mode in the right of the top tab is ON.
3. Click on the + symbol in the top left of the menu.
4. Select Tool Link.
5. In the Name field add Panopto Video
6. From the Type drop down menu select Panopto Course Tool Application.
7. The link will appear at the bottom of the left menu.
8. Hover over the left of the Panopto link until a four headed arrow appears, click and drag the link up to sit within the learning and teaching area of your menu.

Step 2. Provision the course

1. Click on the Panopto link in the left menu.
2. You will then see a message that the course is not provisioned.
3. Select the Configure button.
4. On the next window that opens, select Add Course to Panopto.
5. Once the course has provisioned a provisioning result window will appear.
6. You can use the Configure more folders to associate more Panopto folders with this course. This may be useful if you are sharing the same content across multiple modules.
7. Select Return to Course.

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