AN OPEN LETTER FROM EDTECH LEADERS
Endorsing LTI Advantage as the Preferred Industry Standard for Learning Tool Integration
WHY IS LTI ADVANTAGE SO IMPORTANT?
LTI Advantage leverages open standards to achieve the following key benefits for IT, faculty, instructional designers, and students:
Reliable, productive, and innovative faculty experiences with technology
Trusted security of student data and results data passed between applications
Minimal technical barriers ensure that digital services are ready on day one of learning
Plug-and-play integration that significantly reduces the cost and time to connect digital tools and content
Deep integration of specific learning objects, content, and digital resources within the fabric of course content
Easy to consume learning analytics data supports student success
To ensure that all benefits are realized across all learning environments, IMS Global members have put in place a certification program and product directory available at imscert.org that is governed by a proven and trusted community process. For institutions to achieve plug-and-play integrations it is of paramount importance that edtech suppliers certify LTI Advantage and that institutions set requirements to purchase IMS certified products and expect their suppliers to be current with IMS standards.
See the supplier organizations that have committed to being among the first to implement and obtain IMS conformance certification for LTI Advantage.
Improve the Educational Technology Ecosystem via LTI Advantage
Join the effort to strengthen the foundation for a secure, innovative, and connected digital learning ecosystem to accelerate digital transformation at your institution. To learn more, contact Cary Brown, HED Program Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HED Institutional Leaders Endorsing LTI Advantage
Tracy Adkins, Director, Learning Technology, Georgia State University
Michael Berman, Chief Information Officer, California State University
Lois Brooks, Chief Information Officer and Vice Provost for Information Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Diane Butler, Associate Vice President, Rice University
Thomas Cavanagh, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Digital Learning, University of Central Florida
Paul Czarapata, Vice President & CIO, Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS)
Andrea Deau, Assistant Vice Provost, Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sean DeMonner, Executive Director, ITS Teaching & Learning, University of Michigan
Elias Eldayrie, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Florida
Jason Fish, Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies, Purdue University
John Fritz, Associate Vice President Instructional Technologies and New Media, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Stephen Gance, Ph.D., Policy Associate - eLearning & Open Education, Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges (WSCTC)
David Goodrum, Ed.D., Director of Academic Technology, Information Services, Oregon State University
Joaquín Huante, Dirección de Tecnologías de Información, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
Vince Kellen, Ph.D, CIO, University of California, San Diego
Mary-Ellen Kreher, Director Online Course Design & Technology Development, Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI), University of California
Michelle Lew, Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, UCLA
Stacy Morrone, Ph.D., Associate Vice President Learning Technologies, Indiana University
Terry O’Heron, Director of Operations, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Penn State University
Marianne Schroeder, Senior Associate Director, Teaching & Learning Technologies, The University of British Columbia
Carlos R. Solís, Ph.D., Associate Vice President Instructional Technologies Support, Texas State University
Jennifer Sparrow, Associate Vice President, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Penn State University
Jenn Stringer, Chief Academic Technology Officer & Assistant Vice Chancellor for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley
Jack Suess, VP of IT and CIO, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Nick White, Vice President, Course Development, Capella University/Strategic Education Inc.
Shannon Wilson, VP of IT Application Engineering, University of Phoenix