Installing Delphinium

Delphinium is an LTI plugin for Canvas that is installed at the account level. You can learn more in the following links:

Note: While it is possible to start the Delphinium installation in a course, it will not install properly. You will need to install Delphinium in the Canvas Admin area using the instructions below. After you install Delphinium through the Canvas admin, it will be installed (but disabled) in EVERY course and you will not need to install it again on your account or in your courses.

Step 1: Enable the Delphinium Inherited Developer Keys

Note: Click here for instructions from Canvas

Step 2: Install the Delphinium App

Note: Click here for instructions from Canvas

4.  Click + App

5.  Configure the following settings

6.  Click Submit

7.  Refresh the page

Step 3: Complete the Delphinium installation

In this final step, you will submit information required to complete the installation process.

2.  Fill out the "Register to Begin Your Demo" form 

Note: At this point, Delphi M.E. will be notified that you registered for a Delphinium demo. If you are not already working with Delphi M.E. employees to set up the demo, one will contact you and discuss any other steps required to activate your demo.

3.  Wait for a Delphi M.E. employee to notify you that your demo has been approved.

Note: Delphinium is now installed, but disabled, in every course in your Canvas account. Use this tutorial to learn how to enable Delphinium in a course.

Step 4: Enable the Delphinium Service

Follow these instructions to enable the Delphinium Service:

Step 5: Enable the Analytics API

Delphinium uses the Canvas Analytics API to get student page views and participations data.

Open this link: [YOUR CANVAS URL]/accounts/self/settings#tab-features

Find and enable the "New Analytics API Access" feature (see image to right).

Note: This feature is sometimes hidden by default. If you don't see it, you will need to open a case with your CSM who can enable it in your Canvas account.

Optional Steps

If your organization uses an approved URL list to filter internet traffic, you'll need to add these two URLs for Delphinium to function properly: