Tsugi Achieves LTI Advantage Certification
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - March 12, 2019 - PRLog -- Tsugi (www.tsugicloud.org)
Tsugi certification, coupled with the recent Sakai certification, completes an open source end-to-end solution for both the Platform and Tool versions of the LTI Advantage specification. Open Source implementations allow proprietary vendors to examine source code and have an endpoint for regular interoperability testing.
Apereo projects like Tsugi and Sakai benefit the entire marketplace whether or not a school adopts the software that is produced as part of Apereo. – Charles Severance, Founder Sakai and Tsugi Projects
The Tsugi project provides a free test server that allows LMS vendors like Sakai, Blackboard, Canvas and Desire2Learn to do regular LTI Advantage interoperability testing with a scalable production LTI Advantage compliant educational application store.
In addition to using LTI Advantage for integration into enterprise LMS systems, Tsugi tools also can be integrated into Google Classroom.
For more information or to see how to use Tsugi to develop standards compliant learning tools see www.tsugi.org.
The Apereo Foundation exists to help educational institutions collaborate to develop, use and sustain open source software for learning, teaching and research. It is a membership organization, with members on four continents. Membership ranges from community colleges to major research-intensive institutions. Apereo currently supports nineteen software solutions, which are listed at www.apereo.org. The Apereo Foundation is a non-profit corporation registered in New Jersey.