We have just been awarded funding from the IT Innovation Seed Fund for a project to develop a simple, flexible web application to enable the collation, communication and choosing of project, module, or other options. More information on the project can be found here: https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/utCX61.
A demo of ‘OxPro’, the prototype tool that has been successfully used for project and module choosing in Medical Sciences for the last few years, can be found here: https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/N62jvS
As part of this project, we are looking to gather requirements from interested parties across the University. If you are interested in using this tool and would like to be a part of this, please contact Jon Mason, email@example.com, as soon as possible.
The completed tool will be integrated into WebLearn using IMS Basic LTI. It will appear in the standard WebLearn “Edit Tools” menu making it easy to add to any WebLearn site and control who has access.
Chuck Severance one of the biggest contributors to the Sakai code-base and primary architect of the IMS LTI standard has made a video explaining the concepts of IMS Basic LTI which may be of interest.