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''Create a Microsoft Teams Site for you course at the ITS [https://spprov.azurewebsites.net/sds Self-Serve for Teams Site Creation]. See the following documentation on how to [[Create a Team|create a Team]] for more information about this process.''
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Adding a link to your course's Teams space within Sakai allows students unfamiliar with Teams to have an opportunity for easier discovery.
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==Navigate to the Desktop Application for Microsoft Teams to get your Unique URL==
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[[File:TeamsLink.png|frame|center]]
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[[File:TeamsLinkURL.png|frame|center]]
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# Choose your Microsoft Team site in the desktop application to get the unique URL for your Team
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# Click on the ellipses to open the menu
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# Select '''Get link to team'''
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# Copy the unique URL for your Team site
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==Navigate to Your Course Site Within Sakai and Open '''Site Info'''==
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[[File:Open Site Info.png|frame|center]]
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==Click '''Manage Tools'''==
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[[File:Click Manage Tools.png|frame|center]]
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==Enable Web Content==
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Select the '''Web Content''' tool.
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[[File:Click Web Content.png|frame|center]]
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Then click Continue.
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[[File:Then Continue.png|frame|center]]
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==Configure your link to display Teams==
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[[File:Web Content Link Configuration.png|frame|center]]
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#Within the '''Title''' field, add ''Teams''
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#Within '''Source''', paste the unique URL you have copied above starting with ''teams.microsoft.com/''
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#Click '''Continue'''
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#Click '''Finish'''
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{{Template:Teams}}
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[[Category:Teams]]
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[[Category:Web Content]]
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[[Category:Instructor]]
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{{Template:Web Content}}

Latest revision as of 14:18, 6 August 2021

Create a Microsoft Teams Site for you course at the ITS Self-Serve for Teams Site Creation. See the following documentation on how to create a Team for more information about this process.

Adding a link to your course's Teams space within Sakai allows students unfamiliar with Teams to have an opportunity for easier discovery.

Navigate to the Desktop Application for Microsoft Teams to get your Unique URL

TeamsLink.png
TeamsLinkURL.png
  1. Choose your Microsoft Team site in the desktop application to get the unique URL for your Team
  2. Click on the ellipses to open the menu
  3. Select Get link to team
  4. Copy the unique URL for your Team site

Navigate to Your Course Site Within Sakai and Open Site Info

Open Site Info.png

Click Manage Tools

Click Manage Tools.png

Enable Web Content

Select the Web Content tool.

Click Web Content.png

Then click Continue.

Then Continue.png

Configure your link to display Teams

Web Content Link Configuration.png
  1. Within the Title field, add Teams
  2. Within Source, paste the unique URL you have copied above starting with teams.microsoft.com/
  3. Click Continue
  4. Click Finish

More questions about Teams?

More questions about Web Content?