Thanks. Rather than taking on the task of trying to master the LTI API, I will
probably implement a way of providing comma delimited grades to a teacher, who
can then import them pretty easily.
However, I think it would be great if there was an interface to the LMS world.
It would enable a lot more potential applications for Livecode. It’s beyond my
level of time and space to try to take on this task.
> On Sep 19, 2016, at 12:24 PM, Tore Nilsen <tore.nil...@me.com> wrote:
>> 19. sep. 2016 kl. 20.42 skrev William Prothero <proth...@earthednet.org>:
>> Since you mention an LMS, I’m wondering if you have successfully implemented
>> an interface to an LMS using LTI or SCORM protocols. Or, more concisely, how
>> do you handle the interface to your LMS?
> I do not handle it very well I am afraid. At our school we use "it’s
> learning”, a Norwegian web based LMS, that is universally hated by anyone who
> appreciates good application design and good user experiences.
> This LMS is so bloated that I do not try to communicate with it at all, other
> than passing a link to the appropriate task, which my students can then use
> to upload their work. When they have completed the task, the application will
> both open the appropriate folder on the students machine, and the page for
> handing in the task in the LMS. They can then drag and drop the task to hand
> it in. So this is very basic and rudimentary, but it works in its own limited
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