- Sphere Engine overview
- API integration
- API integration
- E-learning platforms
- Problem setter's handbook
- Problems archive
- Programming languages
- Submission streams
- Disk operations
- Multi-file submissions
- Generating images
- Client libraries
- API Changelog
Integrate Sphere Engine Problems LTI tool with Schoology by following this short tutorial. s
Integration with the system
Before using the Sphere Engine Problems LTI tool in Schoology, you must create a configuration in the course settings. In the
Course Options section (1) go to
External Tool Providers (2).
After clicking the
Add External Tool Provider button (3), you will be able to configure the Problems LTI tool.
Fill in the fields in the dialogue box that appears. The
Configuration Type field (4) allows you to choose one of two variants - both are supported by Sphere Engine Problems LTI tool:
- manual (all configuration parameters must be entered manually),
- configuration using data in the XML format (based on the data displayed in the
XML configtab in the Sphere Engine client panel).
When choosing an automated configuration (by providing XML data), you will only need to enter two parameters:
- customer key (5),
- shared secret (6).
Using a programming problem in a course
In Schoology, a programming problem can be included in the course as "material" after clicking the
Add Materials button (1). Select an item from the available list
Add File / Link / External tool (2).
In the dialogue box, select the
External tool item (3). The next dialogue box is used to configure the tool. Add the programming problem to the course by selecting the
Sphere Engine for Education option from the
Tool provider list (4). In addition, the title of the attached material should also be specified (in the
Title field (5)).
Other configuration options are set automatically based on the data provided during the preconfiguration.
Note: Selecting the additional option called
Enable grading (6) allows the Problems LTI tool to send grades to the gradebook.