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Learning Tools Interoperability, or LTI as it's commonly known, allows schools to establish a standard way of integrating third party based learning applications with
Platform managers can view and add a sortable list of available LTI providers by going to Core > Settings > Learning Tools. Tools can be selected as well which will display a list of where it is currently being used. The list will be sorted first by school year, followed by the type of placement, and finally by Section, Assignment, or Topic.
Currently, LTI tool content types are limited to Academic Groups only. LTI is also an SSO integration so users who are impersonating someone else will not be able to launch a third party tool like TurnItIn. This is to prevent the possibility of bad data being entered into the system.
For more information on LTI, make sure to check out our video guide.
Contact your LTI Provider Tool Vendor in order to get all the necessary credentials you’ll need for set up.
From Learning Tools, select Add Provider.
Provider Type will show Other Provider and TurnItIn at this time.
Once the tool is selected and uses fixed credentials, these settings can be customized:
Note: Ultimately, the options that appear here will vary by provider type.
Once the information has been entered, press save.
Once a provider has been added, you can see where the tool is placed by selecting the name of the tool. From here, you can further refine the information by school year and content type in addition to a log detailing each location where the tool has been placed.
From General of Add/Edit LTI Provider, platform managers will see an editable list of domain credentials showing three fields: domain (required), consumer key (required), and shared secret (optional).
Note: When the provider's credential type is set to "Per Link", the domain credential list will be hidden by default. If the type is changed to "Per Link" and the Provider is saved any domain data will be cleared and deleted.