Tag Archives: LTI

Turn Your LTI 1.0 Consumer into an LTI 1.1 Consumer in 30 Minutes (or Less!)

If you have taken a peak at the source code in CodePlex lately, you may have noticed a new library project called LtiLibrary. I’m slowly pulling the LTI specific code out of Consumer (and eventually Provider) to make it easier … Continue reading

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I’ve Launched My inBloom LTI App, Now What?

In a previous post, I described how I made my Sample LTI Consumer website (Consumer) into an SLC–now inBloom—application: The first step was to extend the OAuth 2.0 support in ASP.NET MVC 4.5 to work with inBloom. When my sample … Continue reading

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Does LTI use OAuth?

How to Think About OAuth I’ve been “following” Tim Bray for a very long time. Probably since Chris Sells organized an XML conference at the amazing Skamania Lodge. He recently wrote down some of his thoughts about OAuth in his … Continue reading

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Sample Provider Overview

If you’ve been watching source code repository for this blog, you’ll know there is probably a sample provider website to go along with the sample consumer website…and there is! The sample provider website at http://provider.azurewebsites.net has the following features: Register … Continue reading

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Updated Sample Consumer

The sample consumer website at consumer.azurewebsites.net has had a lot of updates over the last month: Restructured as a “traditional” LMS or portal style website. Assignments are organized into courses. Users are teachers, students, or both and can be enrolled … Continue reading

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Sample LTI Consumer now on Azure

The sample Consumer app I’ve been posting about is now running in the cloud on Azure, http://consumer.azurewebsites.net/. The data will get wiped out from time to time, but not too often I think. Anyone can register themselves. You must give … Continue reading

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First up, LTI

I plan on using this space to blog about some stuff I’m doing with learning tools interoperability, including LTI… “Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) is a specification developed by IMS Global Learning Consortium. The principal concept of LTI is to establish … Continue reading

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