Embed Confluence Pages in a Course

Import Confluence content in Courses

Atlassian Confluence provides a great tool for creating your online documentation, and collaboratively edited spaces. If you already have a lot of material created this way, it may be a good idea to re-use that content as your training material, because then you can track the usage and views and add additional content or quizzes. Embedding content from Confluence allows to continuously manage dynamic changes in Confluence and thoses changes are reflected when a user views the course. Here is a quick set of steps to accomplish this.

Step1: Identify Confluence page, which needs to be embedded


Step2: Create a course in EduBrite and add a lesson (using online editor)

Step3: Embed Confluence page as iFrame using sample code

Sample Code:


<div style="height: 100%; width: 100%;">
<p style="height: 100%; padding: 0 3em 0 3em;"><iframe height="600" scrolling="auto" seamless="seamless" src="http://gillydemo.edubrite.com/display/ds/Welcome+to+Confluence" width="800"></iframe></p>


Step 4: Done, view as user by creating course session and view it from Confluence Training Dashboard

Note - if the Confluence page is available for public view then you can preview the lesson from Course Editor otherwise, it can only be viewed from Course Player when running from inside the Confluence environment.