Learning Tools Integration
3rd Party (Free)
EE Version Support
- ExpressionEngine 2
- ExpressionEngine 3
- ExpressionEngine 4
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- Multi Site Manager
- Stand Alone Entry Form
- Low Variables
- Content Elements
- Better Workflow
Provides template tags, grade write and grade read functions for integration into other systems using the Learning Tools Interoperability™ (LTI) protocol. LTI is used for cross domain access to external learning tools in the leading learning management systems (LMSs) and virtual learning environments (VLEs) used by educational institutions, such as Moodle, Blackboard Learn and Instructure Canvas. Once 'launched' from the LMS the user is automatically logged in using oAuth 1.0 and added to the Members table based on the LTI context sent from the LMS. Control panel access allows addition of an unlimited amount of LTI providers, each on different template url segments on the site. This module and extension use IMS Global's LTI Specification version 1.0.
This module is no longer released via devot-ee.com.
LTI Module (2.0.0)
Compatible with EE 3 Only
This module and extension allow integration with any LMS/VLE adopting the IMS Global LTI Standard Version 1.0
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After installing the module, enter the Settings area.
- Select Institutions, then select the single entry ‘Default Institution’
- Add the GUID for the institution, this is the URL to your Blackboard or Moodle install without protocol e.g. ‘uonline.newcastle.edu.au’ or ‘stanford.edu’
- Create an example template from the template markup below
- Select Tool Providers and add the segment(s) for the template e.g. example/lti_test
- You’re now ready to go! You can now add this LTI link to Blackboard or Moodle.
Using the Local ‘Launch’ Feature
2.0.0 introduces a local launch which allows you to launch a tool segment as any user. To use this you will need to setup a local GUID. For example, if you host EE on devot-ee.com then you would add devot-ee.com to the GUID table as described above. You can now use the the Launch buttons next to each user context to launch tools locally; invaluable for testing!
Legacy LTI Module (1.0.0)
Compatible with EE 2 only
Note that this version refers to providers as ‘consumers’, this nomenclature has been rectified in the EE 3 version
Install the module, then start with the sample template below. Ensure that the URL segment you are using for your template is set up in the LTI consumers table, accessible through Add Ons -> Modules.
For example, if you have your template in
my-template-group/lti-testing, then ensure that your consumer has “lti-testing” in the URL Segment field.
Download Learning Tools Integration
|EE Support||Downloads||Add-On Version||Release Date|
|2.6.0+||Download||1.0.0||Jun 23, 2014|
|3.0.0+||Download||2.0.0||May 11, 2016|
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This entry was created June 23, 2014, 8:12 am.
This entry was last updated May 3, 2018, 11:45 pm.
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