Author Archives: Andy

Sending LTI Outcomes to Google Classroom

Proof of concept: use a custom Classroom share button to assign your LTI Tool to Google Classroom. And have LTI outcomes go back as grades! Continue reading

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Using LTI Tools in Google Classroom

According to the the EdNet Insight report, “Educational Technology Trends: State of the K-12 Market 2016”, 67% of US school districts are using Google Classroom as an LMS. Unfortunately, Google does not yet support the IMS LTI standards for interoperability. In … Continue reading

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Splitting off LtiLibrary 1.6 Repository

Soon after releasing LtiLibrary 1.6, I started work on LtiLibrary 2.0 using Visual Studio 2017 which had much better tooling for .NET Core than VS 2015. I decided to also pay off some technical debt that had accrued. The outcome … Continue reading

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IMS LTI Outcomes 1.0 Versus 2.0

IMS LTI Outcomes 1.0 First introduced in March 2012 with LTI 1.1, Outcomes-1 has changed little over the years. It finally got its own spec in January 2015, and it’s own name: Learning Tools Interoperability Outcomes Management Service 1.0. In … Continue reading

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LtiLibrary 1.6

So finally, huh! LtiLibrary (my .NET library for LTI web applications) is now at version 1.6. The big change is the addition Outcomes 2.0 (Draft). Outcomes 2.0 has been in draft status since December 2014. I hope by including support … Continue reading

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LtiLibrary 1.5

LtiLibrary (my .NET library for LTI applications) is now at version 1.5. This coincides with IMS releasing the LTI v1.2 and LTI Outcomes v1.0 Final Specifications, http://www.imsglobal.org/lti/. LtiLibrary 1.5 also supports Content-Item Message v1.0 Public Draft (3 February 2015) and … Continue reading

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Moving to GitHub

Two years ago I wrote that I was trying both CodePlex and GitHub. For awhile I kept both in sync. But that got tiresome so I let GitHub fall out of sync and focussed on CodePlex. That worked really well … Continue reading

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