This document contains a high-level description of the available integration options. Click on the links for more detailed information.

1) Single sign-on (SSO) for the authoring application

Your authors can start creating courses in Easygenerator with one click from your application with the credentials they have in your environment. We can do this through either LTI 1.2 or SAML 2.0.

NOTE: SSO for authors is available only for the Enterprise plan.

2) Single Sign-One (SSO) for learners

There are several ways to enable SSO for learners:

  • via oAuth 2.0

  • via Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)   

  • via URL parameters

Learn more about each of the options here.

NOTE: SSO for learners is available only for the Team and Enterprise plans.

3) Results tracking

We can track and trace results and send them to your environment in various ways:

- via xAPI

Easygenerator has the ability to report via xAPI into any LRS. With xAPI, you will get the most extended reporting possible:

  • Started: When a learner starts the course.

  • Passed: When a learner completes the course, and the course is considered passed as per the pass criteria.

  • Failed: When a learner completes the course, and the course is considered failed as per the pass criteria.

  • Answered: When a learner submits an answer to a course question.

  • Mastered: When a learner achieves the mastery score. This statement is sent out as soon as the condition is met and therefore it can be sent out prior to the course completion.

  • Progressed: When a learner takes an action (answers a question etc.) that contributes towards the course progress.

  • Experienced: When a learner visits a scorable content page.

Learn more about the xAPI option here.

- via Scorm 1.2 and Scorm 2004

Easygenerator has the ability to report through SCORM via our downloadable SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 packages. Only high-level results will be reported. Learn more.

- via LTI 1.2 

You can use LTI 1.2 to send results to your platform. Keep in mind that LTI only allows the one-end score to be published to your system. Learn more.

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