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Chuck Severance and Alan Zaichik

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  • Presented by Dr. Charles Severance, University of Michigan and Dr. Alan Zaitchik, Jenzabar Academic Solutions June 2, 2011 Recent Jenzabar implementations of IMS Global Basic Learning Tools Interoperability
  • What is Basic LTI In JICS?
  • Jenzabar IMS Activities
    • Jenzabar activities in IMS Global effort
      • Participate in IMS technical committees (LTI, CC, LIS)
      • Common Cartridge 1.0 certification (June 2010)
      • Basic LTI certification (June 2010)
      • Basic LTI Outcomes extension (May 2011)
      • Ongoing work:
        • Common Cartridge 1.1
        • “ Full” LTI
        • “ Core” LIS
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  • IMS: Digital Learning Standards Free the content IMS Common Cartridge Seamlessly connect to learning IMS Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) The information architecture for learning IMS Learning Information Services (LIS)
  • Case Study: Amanda Severance
    • Senior in Special Education
    • Technology in the Classroom Course
    • Eleven different accounts
    • Setup required technical support
    2:38
  • ** Acute Pain Points **
    • Separate accounts for all every service
      • It is not legal to force student learning activity to be public
    • Little tool interest in integrating tools into LMS's
      • Usually very expensive even to start
      • Very complex – moving target technically
      • Every LMS vendor is *completely* different
  • WTD? ...
  • Solution: Basic Learning Tools Interoperability
    • Build a simple standard plug-in for all LMS systems
    • Tool and Content Providers can build one integration and use it in any LMS that supports the standard
    • Make it "As Easy as a Facebook Application!"
  • Basic LTI Certification
    • Assure the end-user/purchaser that products will interoperate
    • Any certified Provider (Tool) should be able to interoperate with any certified Consumer (LMS)
  • Certified - LMS
    • Desire2Learn Learning Environment v8.4.2 and v9.0
    • Blackboard Learn v9.1 SP4 / coursesites.com
    • Jenzabar JICS v7.2 and e-Racer v1.2
    • Learning Objects Campus Pack v4.2
    • Sakai v2.7
    • OLAT 7.0
    • Moodle 1.9/2.0 Module
    • GeNIE, Open-Source LMS v1.0
    • PowerLink for Blackboard WebCT
    • Sakai 3 v0.4
    • Atutor 2.0.2
    http://www.imsglobal.org/cc/statuschart.html
  • Certified - LMS
    • Desire2Learn Learning Environment v8.4.2 and v9.0
    • Blackboard Learn v9.1 SP4 / coursesites.com
    • Jenzabar JICS v7.2 and e-Racer v1.2
    • Learning Objects Campus Pack v4.2
    • Sakai v2.7
    • OLAT 7.0
    • Moodle 1.9/2.0 Module
    • GeNIE, Open-Source LMS v1.0
    • PowerLink for Blackboard WebCT
    • Sakai 3 v0.4
    • Atutor 2.0.2
    http://www.imsglobal.org/cc/statuschart.html February 2010
  • Certified Tools
    • CourseSmart ServiceHub 2.0
    • CafeScribe Building Block for Blackboard
    • Learning Objects Campus Pak v4.2
    • NoteFlight 2.1
    • Wimba Basic LTI Components v1.0.2
    • McGraw-Hill Education
    • LectureTools
    • Barnes and Noble Textbook / Nook Study
  • B L T I ?????  ...
  • Joseph Berkovitz <info@noteflight.com> www.noteflight.com http://videos.noteflight.com/MoodleBasicLTI.mov 4:32
  • LTI Terminology
    • Tool Consumer – The system that &quot;consumes&quot; the tool (i.e. the Learning Management System – e.g. JICS, eRacer, Sakai, Moodle)
    • Tool Provider – The system that provides the tool (e.g. LectureTools, LearningObjects, etc..)
  • TC Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TP Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TC User Basic Learning Tools Interoperability Launch Tool Consumer (i.e. LMS) Tool Provider (i.e. External Tool) Tool Secret Tool Proxy Secret
  • Basic LTI Sample Launch Data lti_version=LTI-1p0 lti_message_type=basic-lti-launch-request oauth_consumer_key=lmsng.school.edu resource_link_id=120988f929-274612 user_id=292832126 roles=Instructor lis_person_name_full=Charles R. Severance lis_person_contact_email_primary = csev@umich.edu context_id=456434513 context_title=SI301 – PHP tool_consumer_instance_description=University of School
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  • TC Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TP Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TC User Basic LTI Extensions Launch++ Tool Consumer Tool Provider Tool Secret Tool Proxy Secret Outcomes Roster Settings
  • TC Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TP Admin Tool Proxy Runtime TC User Basic LTI Extensions Launch++ Tool Consumer Tool Provider Tool Secret Tool Proxy Secret Outcomes Roster Settings
  • February 2010
  • February 2010
  • Engaging open source, creating standards, engaging proprietary vendors, evangelizing ideas, doing demos, all are important activities (very much like plumbing)... But if we want to have have real impact , the long-term goal must be to empower teachers and learners as to how they select, use and expand, technology to help themselves teach and learn...
  • An Open-Ended App Store With Learning Tools and Content Built Into Every Learning Environment (like Facebook applications)
  • Demo Outline
    • Custom portlet “BLTI Tool Consumer”
      • Available for JICS 4.2 or later
      • Free but limited support at present
      • Will be rolled into JICS in coming version
    • Portlet can be placed anywhere in JICS
      • Outcomes functionality requires e-Racer Coursework and Gradebook context
    • “ Tool Consumer” (that’s us, JICS) – “Tool Producer” (that’s them, e.g. Lecture Tools, Learning Objects, Barnes and Noble Textbook, etc., etc.)
    • “ Tool Proxy” versus “Tool Placement”
    • Can add Tool Proxy once JICS-wide to make placements easy
    • Examples: Lecture Tools, Learning Objects, Barnes and Noble Textbook
  • DEMO If you see Chuck sitting in the Universal Room anytime today – stop by and ask any questions.