EDUonGo Launches App Center for Customers to Install External Tools
Customers of the eLearning platform can now integrate third party applications.
EDUonGo, a cloud-based learning platform, has launched their App Center for users to include third party LTI (Learning Tool Interoperability) enabled applications in their courses. Currently, customers can install multiple apps within their online courses. Office Mix and Microsoft OneNote are among the first to be made available with more to come. Users will soon be able to include any LTI enabled apps in their courses.
“LTI is increasingly important for eLearning vendors to integrate into their systems,” says Ridvan Aliu, CEO of EDUonGo. “Incorporating external tools provides online instructors and students a streamlined experience, eliminating the hassle of pulling resources across the internet.” To read Aliu’s article on why LTI should be incorporated into eLearning systems, click here.
EDUonGo in the process expanding the App Center to include many more third party LTI enabled apps. If you are a software vendor that supports LTI and would like to be featured in EDUonGo’s app center, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDUonGo enables anyone to share knowledge through an online learning environment. Schools, institutions and individuals partner with EDUonGo to host online academies through its cloud-based platform. In addition to providing features found in leading learning management systems, EDUonGo gives users the flexibility to customize the system and integrate third party tools. For more information, visit http://EDUonGo.com.