In order to integrate Labster to Schoology using common cartridge, you will need the following:

  1. The Labster LTI tool must have been enabled and configured by your institution according to instructions here
  2. Common Cartridge file
  3. Consumer Key
  4. Secret Key

Step by Step Instructions

Create New Course

  1. As an Admin or Teacher, click “Courses” in the top bar menu of Schoology.
  2. Click My Courses in the top right corner of the drop-down menu.
  3. From the Courses page, click the Create Course button
  4. In the Create form:
  5. Tick Enroll as Admin*
  6. Click Create to finish

Importing the Common Cartridge file

1) As an Admin or Teacher, select “Resources” on the top bar menu

2) Click “Import” in the drop-down menu to the right of “My Resources”

3) Select “Common Cartridge (IMSCC or ZIP)”

4) Select one of the available “Collection” options on the “Import to:”*

> Importing new simulations to new collection:

- Select “New Collection” option

- Enter “Collection Title”

> Adding new simulations to an existing collection:

  • Select “Existing collection” option
  • Select the intended collection from the “Collection” drop-down
  • (Optional) Enter New folder title

5) Select “Next” button

6) Attach the Common Cartridge File

7) Select “Next” button

Congratulations! Simulations can now be imported into your course from Resources.


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