How to Embed a Youtube Video

How to Embed a Youtube Video

Note:  You need Teacher or Manager access before you can perform this action.
You can embed/add a video from Youtube (or any Video streaming site that supports video embedding) on a course, This is useful specially if you want to add some video instructions/guides or if a student needs to watch a video as a reference for any other activities.

To Embed a Video (e.g Youtube in this tutorial) simply follow the steps below:



Step 1: Find the YouTube Video that you want to embed and click on the share button just below the video. 





Step 2: Select the Embed option.



Step 3: Select the Embed option.



Step 4: On the Course page where you want to embed the video, Turn the editing on.




Step 5: Within the text editor of the topic/section/label/block or activity that you'd like to add this to, select the HTML button.




Step 6: Within the text editor of the topic/section/label/block or activity that you'd like to add this to, select the HTML button.




Step 7: Click on the HTML button again to see the preview of the embedded video, adjust the alignment and/or add description as needed.



Step 8: Make sure to click Save and display button once done.


You have now embedded the video on your course.







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