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A Developer's Guide to LTI Resource Search (Recorded Webinar)

A Developer's Guide to LTI Resource Search: Building Connections to LORs

This webinar is for developers who want to understand how to implement Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) Resource Search in a consuming platform. LTI Resource Search is a new IMS standard that defines how to search digital repositories for a set of resources. The specification also provides a set of metadata which describes all educational resources. It addresses searching learning object repositories (LORs) and other catalogs of learning resources from learning tools, using various attributes of resources, and returning full metadata about the resources to the learning tools—launched either as URLs or LTI links.

Speakers

  • Adam Blum, Senior Director, ACT
  • Paul Deve, Software Architect, Pearson
  • Vikash Jaiswal, Director Learning Resources, ACT

Moderator: Jill Hobson, Institutional Program Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium

Event Date: 27 February 2019

(Duration: 59 minutes)
 
LTI Resource Search Developer's Guide [download slides]
ACT / OpenEd LTI Resource Search Consumer Open Source Software [access on Github]
Knovation’s LTI Resource Search Demonstration [Knovation website]