Inside Canvas, go to Admin and then to Developer Keys. Select the button Add developer key to add a key:

The Key name should be Peergrade

The Redirect URIs should be the two lines (Note: these lines will wrap around when you Copy & Paste them in to the textfield, as you can see in the screenshot below): 

https://app.peergrade.io/lti/fetch_token
https://app.peergrade.io/lms/canvas/oauth2_callback

The fields Owner Email, Redirect URI (legacy) and Icon URL can be left empty.

When the Developer key has been created you copy the ID and Key and send them to cto@peergrade.io

When we receive the email we will notify you, and then set up the Key and ID in our database. Once that is completed we will notify you by email again, and at this point teachers connected to your institution in Peergrade will be able to import students from Canvas on the Participants-page in Peergrade.

After having done that, go to the admin panel, choose the account for your institution, go to Settings then to the Apps-tab. Click the the "+ App"-button and then in the Configuration Type-dropdown choose By URL.
The Consumer key and Shared secret should be given to you by Peergrade.
The Config URL should be in https://app.peergrade.io/lti/config .
Note: The https://  is important – the LTI integration will not work if you type http://.

Now your teachers can use the our Canvas LTI integration guide to use Peergrade from within Canvas.

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