With Teams replacing Class Notebook, there is a focus to use this in Education. If Teams worked with LTI, it would allow Learning Management Systems such as Moodle and Canvas to assign users to a Team through direct single sign on. This creates a more seamless experience for students and decreases the amount of admin needed to get them in.
Further to this, each group inside an LMS could be given a separate team or private channel in Teams to Collaborate. This would be massively beneficial for Education.
Thanks to all of your feedback and thanks to our partners and their tireless efforts, we’ve made it possible for you to now set up a Microsoft Teams meeting for your online classroom directly from within your learning management system (LMS).
This new capability allows you to quickly enable remote learning for your students and faculty by bringing the power of Teams directly into your LMS. We already have integrations launched across the world’s top LMSs; Canvas, Blackboard, Brightspace, Schoology, and itsLearning!
Learn more about these new integrations and get started today here; https://educationblog.microsoft.com/en-us/2020/03/microsoft-teams-meeting-creation-now-available-in-canvas-blackboard-schoology-brightspace-and-itslearning/
The best part is this is only the beginning because as Teams evolves, we’ll continue to improve our LMS integrations as well. Thank you!
Salil Mhatre commented
Is there any integration or LTI for OpenEDX?
Charles Roddie commented
The response from Justin is irrelevant as it is unrelated to LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability). The linked post also does not reference LTI. Therefore it appears that 3rd party learning tools providers which support LTI cannot be used by Teams.
Tony McConnell commented
I have set up the Teams LTI on our Canvas account but when I try to install a meeting on a course page I get a message asking me to get our admins approval before I can proceed, see attachment. When I do this the request does not go to the admin and consequently I am unable to set up any meetings at present. Could you suggest a solution please.
Andrew McAllister commented
One of the issues with the LTI is that it does not invite specific users, so as such, if the Meeting Organizer records the meeting, the recording by default is only available to the attendees, which means that if specific students did not attend due to timezone issues, the prof has to manually add other students to the video permissions in Stream. :-(
I was hoping for the opposite. That teams could be the "house" or hub and moodle access from inside teams. This way I could put my moodle content on teams and everything else convert slowly to MS documentation and ecosystem. Moodle is SO MANY CLICKS and so slow. Painful. Better yet, get H5P set up for teams (or an equivalent - why did you drop office mix!?) and we won't need moodle anymore.
Hakan Danacı commented
When it will be available for Moodle ? So many schools and universities using moodle and they need that integration before new semester.
Tony Wong commented
It's great! Would it be available for Moodle? Thanks.
Eduardo Aspe commented
please include Moodle?
Shereen Zaky commented
Could this also be done for Moodle and ILIAS?
Teams supporting LTI would be a game changer. I'd love Microsoft to support this industry standard.
We could really use LTI intergration with Schoolbox.
Hal Douglas commented
This post is about Teams as an LTI integration, but what's been produced isn't LTI. Why isn't the integration using this industry standard?
Our school, and many K12 schools use Blackbaud’s K12 suite. The school is already LTI and OneRoster compliant. Can you help us with a path to integration? Thanks
Integration with Schoology would save me right now...
Michael D. Ward commented
Finally! Now there is an integration with Microsoft Teams in Canvas! Yay!!!
How to install: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-18558
Yeah, let's fast track LTI integration with Schoolbox
+1 for #Microsoft Teams LTI for LMS w
Michael D. Ward commented
It would be great if there were a Canvas integration for Microsoft Teams. Since Skype for Business Online will be retired and support ends on 07/31/2021 our institution is already considering moving over to Microsoft Teams.
While there is Skype for Business Server 2019 (mainstream support ends 01/09/2024; extended support ends 10/14/2025), I doubt Microsoft will create newer versions of Skype for Business Server as they are encouraging migration to Microsoft Teams.
Please up vote this! Thank you!
This is critical functionality that will help us to move from Zoom to Teams