Genially Activity

Learn how to set up the Genially activity

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Written by David Kofoed Wind
Updated over a week ago is a presentation and authoring tool. The Genially activity in Eduflow allows you to embed a Genially presentation in an activity. Your learners will be able to interact with your Genially presentation without having to leave Eduflow.


How to add a Genially activity to your course

  1. Select + Add new, go to Embeds & integrations, and choose Genially

  2. Get the Genially embed code (learn more about this below)

  3. Paste the Genially embed code into your Genially activity in Eduflow

  4. Adjust the width and aspect ratio in Settings

Getting the embed code from Genially

  1. When logged into Genially, click on the Share button that appears when you hover over the thumbnail of your presentation.

    You may also see the Share button on the top right of your screen (depending on your view). If you don’t see this option, you need to publish your creation first.

  2. Select the Insert tab and you'll see 2 code boxes appearing: the iframe and the script. Click on the Copy button of your iframe:

Copy the code and add it to the Genially activity in Eduflow. The code you get should look something like this:

<div style="width: 100%;"><div style="position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 0; height: 0;"><iframe frameborder="0" width="1200" height="675" style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%;" src="" type="text/html" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" scrolling="yes" allownetworking="all"></iframe> </div> </div>

Learners will mark the activity as complete themselves after interacting with your Genially presentation. It's important to note that learners are able to mark the activity as complete without interacting with the presentation.

Completion & Visibility settings

You can use completion and visibility settings to add specific rules for who can view and access this activity, including setting deadlines and prerequisites. You can see details about these rules here.

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