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C303 – Integrating Content Into Course & Learning Management Tools

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
, Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Central Florida Libraries
, Integrations Specialist, Web Applications Developer, University of Central Florida
, Electronic Resources Librarian, Wallace Library, Rochester Institute of Technology and ConnectNY, IDS Project
, Global Education Librarian, The Wallace Center, RIT Libraries, Rochester Institute of Technology

Course development tools are siloed away from content discovery systems – a problem for faculty, students, and the library. This session looks at how two institutions are managing this problem. At the University of Central Florida, the library and the Center for Distributed Learning collaborated to integrate content discovery and selection seamlessly into course creation. The result, Library Tool, is a simple icon in the LMS on the page-creation form. It leverages the Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standards and EBSCO’s API, which can be easily adapted by other institutions. RIT’s MyLibrary application presents context-sensitive library resources within the learning management system, including contact information, library guides, course reserves, and useful links for all courses. It is an example of successfully integrating data from campus systems (LMS, LibGuides, ILS, registrar systems, etc.).






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