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Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) is a specification developed by IMS Global Learning Consortium. It establishes a standard way of integrating rich learning applications, called ''tools'' (delivered by ''tool providers'') with platforms such as learning management systems, called ''tool consumers''.
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==Moodle as a LTI tool consumer==
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In Moodle 2.2 onwards, the [[External tool]] enables users to interact with LTI-compliant learning resources and activities on other websites.
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==Moodle as a LTI tool provider==
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In Moodle 3.1 onwards, the [[Publish as LTI tool]] enrolment plugin and LTI authentication plugin allow remote users on a different site to access selected courses and activities on your site. When these users access an activity on your site, they need an account on your site and they need to be enrolled in the course containing the activity. Thus, an enrolment plugin AND an authentication plugin are required for LTI tool provider functionality.
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==See also==
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* [[External tool]]
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* [[Publish as LTI tool]]
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* [http://www.imsglobal.org/activity/learning-tools-interoperability IMS Global Learning Consortium - Learning Tools Interoperability]
  
 
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Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) is a specification developed by IMS Global Learning Consortium. It establishes a standard way of integrating rich learning applications, called tools (delivered by tool providers) with platforms such as learning management systems, called tool consumers.

Moodle as a LTI tool consumer

In Moodle 2.2 onwards, the External tool enables users to interact with LTI-compliant learning resources and activities on other websites.

Moodle as a LTI tool provider

In Moodle 3.1 onwards, the Publish as LTI tool enrolment plugin and LTI authentication plugin allow remote users on a different site to access selected courses and activities on your site. When these users access an activity on your site, they need an account on your site and they need to be enrolled in the course containing the activity. Thus, an enrolment plugin AND an authentication plugin are required for LTI tool provider functionality.

See also