Canvas LTI

What are LTI Tools?

LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) is a secure integration standard for third party learning applications and tools. These tools can be installed in Canvas on a course or account level and can be added to course modules or used to create custom assignments. Learn more about LTI tools at IMS Global.

How to request an LTI tool to be added to my course?

All tools should be requested at least 3 weeks prior to the start date of your course to allow for installation and testing. LTI providers suggest not adding tools once students begin accessing the course content.

Once an LTI l is requested, the vendor will be required to submit the following to the Digital Learning Team at

Click to Submit an LTI Request Form

Who pays for an LTI?

If an LTI has a cost associated, the cost is the responsibility of the requestor. Some tools that have campus wide usage are installed at the account level for all users.

How do I add a whitelisted App?

Whitelisted App have been pre-approved for integration into Canvas courses but have not been installed. If an App that is not installed in your course already appears in the Canvas App Center, it has been whitelisted, and you may add it at any time. To add a whitelisted external app, follow the instructions at

How do I get Support?

Contact the Digital Learning Team at with any questions.

Canvas LTI

LTI Link LTI_Description
LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within a learning management system.
Respondus 4.0 is a powerful tool for creating and managing exams that can be printed to paper or published directly to Canvas.
MyLab and Mastering are the teaching and learning platforms that empower you to reach every student.
An integration of Wiley Plus’s digital textbook
VoiceThread offers a natural online interaction that lends itself to students presenting & defending their work before experts and peers.
Turnitin provides instructors with the tools they need to detect plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback.
The TurningPoint plugin should be added to courses that use the TurningPoint audience response system at Georgia Tech.
Piazza is a wiki-style discussion tool that enables collaboration in a single space.
Kaltura MediaSpace is Georgia Tech's cloud based "CampusTube" hosting platform for GT audio, video and image files. Faculty, staff and students can create, upload, edit, share and watch videos anytime, anywhere.
Essential Resources to find info on your topic quickly.
Open Barnes & Noble app to easily access the ability to purchase course materials.
Transforms the way files are stored, accessed, and shared with Box's unlimited cloud storage solution. Box provides secure access on any device, with no additional software required.
BlueJeans facilitates on-demand, real-time, collaborative meetings and conferencing utilizing a variety of endpoint platforms.
Badgr is a complete badging toolkit ready to use out of the box.