External Tools

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Learning Apps are developed in-house by the Office of E-Learning and runs on the TSUGI framework. Most External/LTI Tools are developed by outside vendors, but Randomly was developed by the Office of E-Learning. Read more about learning apps and external tools below.

Learning Apps

Learning Apps are tools developed by the Office of E-Learning in response to instructors' requests for tools that are centered around helping students learn more effectively. The list of Learning Apps will grow as we build more of these tools.

Please contact the Office of E-Learning via elearning@udayton.edu or (937) 229-5039 for help with Learning Apps (or LTI tools).

How to Install Learning Apps in Lessons

Available Learning Apps
Emoji Ratings Knowledge Check Quick Write
Flashcards Pre Post Randomly
Interactive Video Photo Gallery Simple Certificate

LTI Tools

External tools are also referred to as LTI tools. LTI stands for Learning Tools Interoperability, a standard created by IMS Global Learning Consortium. LTI tools allow you to bring rich content into Learning Management Systems, like Isidore. To install external tools into your course site, visit the Site Info tool and click on Add/Remove Tools. Click on External Tools near the bottom of the page to expand the list.

Cengage MindLinks, ProctorU, WW Norton, ExamSoft, Student Success Network, and McGraw-Hill Connect are already configured in Isidore for you to use. Please keep in mind that you must purchase access from the company before you have access to some of these tools.

Please contact the Office of E-Learning via elearning@udayton.edu or (937) 229-5039 for help with external tools (or LTI tools).

Learn more about LTI

Available External Tools
C&W ePortfolio Hoonuit Randomly WW Norton
Cengage MindLinks MH Connect Research Guides Zoom
Critique It Pearson Direct RedShelf
ExamSoft ProctorU Student Success Network