Follow the steps below to create a Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) activity in a course:
- In the Editor, add an activity to the desired folder and select the Custom Activity type.
- Once in the Custom Activity editor, enter a Title for the activity. It is recommended to use a title that is easy for your students to quickly identify as a LiveLesson session.
- Select Website under the Content card of the Activity tab.
- In the Website URL field, enter the hostname URL:
- Check the Digitally sign the request for LTI box.
- The LTI is configured at the domain so the Supply LTI key/secret checkbox can be left blank.
- The activity does not need to open in a new window. Leave this checkbox empty.
- Navigate to the Activity settings tab.
- Ensure visibility is set to “Students, teachers, and observers.”
- You can remove “This activity is gradable” depending on your school use.
- Select Save.
Tip: Move or drag the activity to any location in the course activities list.
- Teachers must launch their Class activity before students try to access it. Access the activity through the course outline.
- Select Join Class room from the Class Course page.
Important: Students should always access the Class room through the course activity. The share link found in the Class app should not be used or students will not be verified upon entry. For more information on how students access the Class room for your course, review the article Accessing LiveLesson Sessions for Students.
For instructions on installing the Class app, select one of the following links (the links will open in the Class support site). It is recommended to download and use the Class app for your operating system versus using the Web app. Chromebook users will join using Class for Web.
Tip: It is very important to keep the Class app updated. Select the box "Automatically download and install updates in the future" when prompted, in order to automatically update Class upon launch.
- Accessing LiveLesson for Students
- Commonly Used Tools, Features, and Learner Guides for Students
- Commonly Used Tools, Features, and Instructor Guides for Teachers