Current LTIs

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App Name


Tool Placements


Ares Course Reserves
Automates library reserve services, provides around-the-clock access to reserves collections, includes integrated copyright management services, and saves time for faculty members and library staff.
Course Navigation, Assignment Selection
Centrally Supported/Library
Big Blue Button
Course Navigation (Conferences)
Centrally Supported
Capsim provides simulations to support business courses. These simulations allow students "to see how decisions resonate within all areas of the company and they begin to appreciate the organization as a system of interrelated parts."

Supplemental educational content, technology, and services.

Provides user-friendly technology that enables instructors and students to interact dynamically in minutes.

App/set of tools designed to facilitate rapid course development in Canvas. Helps course developers quickly manage course content, including standard content for the syllabus, as well as creating templates for rapid development of subsequent courses.

LockDown Browser- Respondus
Custom browser that locks down the testing environment within Canvas. When students use Respondus LockDown Browser they are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications. When an assessment is started, students are locked into it until they submit it for grading.

MH Connect
Web-based assignment and assessment platform that connects students to their coursework

Video capture, management, and delivery system that can be used for class lectures.

MyLab and Mastering- Pearson
Collection of online homework, tutorial, and assessment products from Pearson.

New York Times
Easily link NY Times articles as an assignment or as assignment submission within Canvas.

Peerceptiv Cloud-based, double-blind student peer-to-peer student assessment system

An online platform that facilitates interaction among students and instructors through online discussion, class related announcements, class files/resources, and private messages.

Live remote proctoring service that allows you to take your exams from anywhere using a webcam and a reliable internet connection.

Stores, organizes and presents your class Q&A.

Public Resources
Browse or search through multiple content repositories including MIT OCW, Khan Academy, USA Today, etc.

Redirect Tool
Add links to external web resources that show up as navigation items in course, user or account navigation.

Delivers SCORM packages in a standardized way across learning platforms.

Web 2.0 based slide hosting service. Users can upload files privately or publicly in the following file formats: PowerPoint, PDF, Keynote or OpenDocument presentations.

Ted Ed
Collection of quality videos that can be used for instructional purposes. This app lets you search for and embed TED Ed videos in your course material.

Provides a service to determine the originality of texts based on comparisons with their internal database and net-wide searches.

Embed lists of recent tweets or individual tweets from Twitter.

USA Today
Allows students to search for archives within Canvas.

Upload, share, and discuss documents, presentations, images, audio files, and videos. Comment on VoiceThread slides using microphone, webcam, text, phone, or audio-file uploads.

Search through English Wikipedia articles and link to or embed these articles into course material.

Integrated, multi-media resources–including MP3’s, animations, demonstration problems, simulations, etc.

Allows students and instructors to share articles, web sites, and relevant videos that relate to their course content.

Post videos or links to videos in assignments, discussions, assignment submissions, etc.

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