Learn what LTI standards aim to provide, key concepts, and terminology that will come in handy as you prepare to adopt the standard.
About Us and Our Mission
We are a community of educators, developers, researchers, and vendors with the calling to:
- Nurture and grow the next generation digital learning ecosystem of trusted and secure digital tools
- Explore and share the value proposition of LTI standards
- Build a repertoire of best practices to empower faculty and students with innovative technology-driven digital learning
- Facilitate/participate in professional development opportunities to prepare faculty and staff adopt standards-based edtech tools via webinars and hackathons
- Find/contribute sample code, how tos, tips & tricks, to get started with LTI
Getting Acquainted with LTI Standards
Watch this video for an introductory nuts and bolts to LTI Advantage.
A companion article to the video above by Linda Feng to quickly gain an understanding of the practicalities of LTI Advantage.
Learn the best path to upgrade from LTI 1.1 to LTI 1.3.
Jump-start new projects with these boilerplate examples which are available from UCF Open's Github account.
Spark Your Imagination!
Get your creative side going by perusing through samples, best practices, templates, and tools.
App/Best Practice Spotlight
Check out the latest certified LTI Tool Provider from UCF! Action Icons allows faculty to quickly insert accessible icons that direct the student to do something such as read a passage in a book or watch a video.
Canvas has been certified for v2 of Assignment & Grade Services, Deep Linking, and Names & Roles Provisioning.
Jump-start new projects with these boilerplate examples which are available at the following links:
LTI template written in Python using the Flask framework. Uses Instructure's oAuth login to generate an API Key.
Check out all of UCF's open sourced projects and templates at GitHub UCFopen.