How To: Adding More than One Question per Page to a Qualtrics Report

In order to have more than one question appear on a page of Qualtrics report, you must create a custom page. This is a change from the old user interface. This post details how to create a custom page.

1. Click a survey to access.
2. Click the Reports tab.
3. Click + Create, which is next to Custom Pages.
4. Type a name for your custom page. The first question of the survey will appear by default.
5. Select the checkbox under Title in the right-hand menu. This causes the question text to appear on your page and in the report.
6. Click + Add Visualization.
7. Select the next question from the Data Source list.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 for each additional question.
9. Make any changes to the visualization and display options.
10. Select Export Report from the Report Options list, when finished.

Review the following websites for help using Qualtrics. Or, please contact LDT with questions or for assistance.

Kaltura Video Platform to Replace MediaCore

Our media streaming server provider, MediaCore, has been purchased by another company. As a result, MediaCore will be shutting down this summer. To prepare for this, we’ve partnered with another provider, Kaltura Video Platform. Kaltura will allow faculty, staff, and students to easily store existing multimedia projects AND create high-quality multimedia projects. With Kaltura, you can record audio/video, record screencasts, and create lecture captures using PowerPoints. Kaltura works on laptops, desktops, and mobile devices. A Kaltura iPad app will also be available for use.

Faculty can use Kaltura to create lecture capture videos, conduce voice-over PowerPoint presentations, and record in-class demonstrations. Students can use Kaltura to record multimedia projects for assessment. Everything created in Kaltura can easily be embedded in Canvas. Embedding recordings into Canvas is ideal because Canvas, like other learning management systems, isn’t built to host media.

Some important information you need to know about the switch:

When will this transition occur?

Media Core will be turned off in Canvas for the 16SU/16SU1 term (early May). Kaltura will be integrated and used in its place.

What happens to all the items I’ve stored in MediaCore?

LDT moved all your items (audio, video, etc.) into Kaltura. We assigned those artifacts to you, so when you access Kaltura through Canvas, all your items will be accessible to you.

What will I need to do to make my artifacts visible to students?

LDT moved all the content for you, but we only relinked the videos in our online courses. If you have MediaCore videos embedded on pages in your on-ground courses, you will delete the old MediaCore videos and relink to your vides in Kaltura. This is a very easy process, and should only take a few seconds per video.

How can I learn how to use Kaltura?

View this recorded webinar for an overview of Kaltura. Or, please contact LDT to schedule a one-on-one consultation.

LockDown Browser iPad App Message

The issue occurs when students try to access a Canvas quiz using LockDown Browser, a message appears for some students (message below). The affected students are in the LockDown Browser iPad app when the message appears.

Message – Respondus LockDown Browser Required
This quiz requires Respondus LockDown Browser. Please launch Respondus LockDown Browser to take this quiz or view your quiz results.

The recommended solution is for students to close down the LockDown Browser app completely, navigate to Settings, and then Safari. From here, in the Privacy & Security section, students should choose either Allow from Websites I Visit or Always Allow from the Block Cookies list. While in the Safari settings, it’s recommended students tap Clear History and Website Data.

In addition, as a best practice, students should wait until a course home page fully loads before trying to access a quiz. Navigating too quickly away from the home page could cause issues starting the quiz.

If you have any questions or need assistance with a quiz, please email LDT.

Updated Qualtrics UI

The Qualtrics user interface (UI) has changed. If you are current Qualtrics user, we recommend you familiarize yourself with the new interface. The changes will not impact any surveys you’ve created/distributed or reports you’ve built. The only impact is to the UI itself in regard to its look, feel, and function.

Don’t forget, we provide you with additional documentation on the LDT Supported Technologies page of our site.

If you are not currently using Qualtrics and would like to, email LDT for an account. We provide Qualtrics access for all faculty, staff, and students. We have a campus-wide license, which means all users can create unlimited surveys, collect unlimited data, and build unlimited reports.

If you would like a one-on-one tutorial of Qualtrics, please contact us

Now Available: Panopto 5.0

Panopto 5.0 is now available for download. One of the major updates is the redesigned user interface, or UI. Take a look at the screenshots below for a quick glance.

Other minor changes to the interface include:

  • Users can live webcast from the Mac.
  • Live webcasts have a DVR function, allowing viewers to go back in time and watch something over again during the live broadcast.
  • The PC recorder comes with system audio recording functionality, which could be useful if you want to incorporate video (e.g., YouTube videos) into your recordings.

You don’t have to update your Panopto recorder yet; however, if you want to update your PC or Mac recorder, follow these steps.

1. Visit
2. Log in to the Panopto Canvas Integration using your Maryville credentials.
3. Click Download Recorder, which is in the top-right corner.
4. Choose to download the recorder for a PC or Mac.

Please contact us with questions.

How to Insert a Panopto Video into a Canvas Course

As we have moved from D2L, we will no longer have D2L Capture. Our new lecture capture system is called “Panopto.” If you had videos in Capture, they have been moved for you. If you plan on recording additional videos, you will need to use Panopto.

Below you will find instructions for inserting a Panopto video in a Canvas course.

How to Insert a Panopto Video into a Canvas Course

1. Access the “Courses” dropdown from within Canvas, and access the course you would like to put the video into.

panopto 12. Click “Panopto Recording” on the left Navigation bar. This will pull up the Panopto website into Canvas, where you will select the appropriate folder to locate the video.

panopto 2 panopto 33. When you find the video, hover over it and select “Share.” A dialogue box will appear. Choose to share this with “Anyone on the Internet.” This will produce a public URL that you will use to put into your Canvas course.

panopto 4 panopto 5 panopto 6 panopto 7From here, you can place this URL into any course. To place it into the “Modules” area.

1. Go to the correct course, and select “Modules” from the left side Navigation bar.

2. Select to “+ to add to an existing module (OR create a new module, then select to “+” to it.) When you select “+” a dialogue box will appear. Use the dropdown to select “External URL.’ This will provide you an area to copy the Panopto video URL and give it a title. When finished, choose to “Add Item.”

panopto 8 panopto 93. The video will be added to your module. Once published, students can watch!

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Turnitin Webinars: On Demand

I received an email the other day about upcoming (free) webcasts being put on by the company Turnitin. All of the webcasts focus on plagiarism and the tools that turnitin provides (anti-plagiarism). These may be useful for faculty. Also, note that I’ve listed a link below to their previously recorded webcasts.

Future webcasts (click the link to sign up).

How Instructors Respond to Plagiarism: Survey Findings
A review of the findings from an instructor survey conducted and compiled by Turnitin.

Responding to Student Plagiarism as an Educational Opportunity
Explore a heuristic of questions for analyzing any case of student plagiarism to determine what the consequences should be.

Literacy is Fundamental: Leveraging Critical Reading to Improve Student Writing
Sharing strategies for engaging students in reading critically towards improving their research and writing skills.

Ghostbusting: Getting the Ghostwriter Out of Your Class
Approaches for identifying ghostwritten work and discouraging students from using custom essay writing services.

Getting to the (Power)Point:  Addressing Plagiarism in Student Presentations
Strategies for enhancing student understanding of proper citation and attribution when using media in presentations and projects.

Webcasts On Demand

View all On Demand webcasts