13. External apps via LTI¶
You can use web services and authentication methods to connect other applications to Mahara. Depending on the type of integration you are seeking, you may be able to set the connection up in Mahara itself. In other cases, some development work may be needed.
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) allows learning applications like learning management systems (LMS) to talk to each other and exchange information in a standard way making it possible to connect the systems without extensive configuration each time.
Mahara supports LTI for authentication purposes and for assignment submission. Mahara has the LTI 1.1 standard implemented and an experimental implementation of LTI (1.3) Advantage.
Instructions for setting up Mahara with Moodle, Canvas, OLAT, and Blackboard are provided. If you want to have instructions for other learning management systems added, please contact us.
- 13.1. Setup of LTI 1.1 in Mahara
- 13.2. Setup of LTI Advantage in Mahara
- 13.3. Use LTI with a second authentication method
- 13.4. Setup in Blackboard
- 13.5. Setup in Brightspace
- 13.6. Setup in Canvas
- 13.7. Setup of LTI 1.1 in Moodle
- 13.8. Setup of LTI Advantage in Moodle
- 13.9. Setup in OLAT / OpenOLAT