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Enabling Panopto in Canvas

Enabling Panopto in your courses allows students to use Panopto for video assignments. It also provides a place for term-section videos to reside. This article will walk you through the steps of enabling Panopto in your Canvas courses.

Click Settings [1]. Click Navigation [2]. Click enable Panopto Recordings [3]. Click Save [4]. 

Click Panopto Recordings in the course navigation. Panopto has now been enabled in your course.
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