Blackboard Collaborate is an web-based learning platform designed specifically for education. It is used in schools at all levels as well as government and corporate organizations. The platform gives educators the ability to offer online, blended or mobile learning. The API allows developers to integrate Blackboard Collaborate with any LMS, CMS, VLE or portal. Documentation is not publicly available but developers can contact the provider for further information.
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This NodeJS Sample Code demonstrates how to send LTI outcomes, register a tool as a caliper provider, and implement deep linking. This test application supports LTI 1.0, LTI 1.1, LTI 1.3, LTI Advantage Services, Blackboard REST API, and Caliper 1.1.
The Blackboard Java Sample Code by Blackboard presents REST API interaction, including data source, term, course, user, and membership as implementation resources. Project at a glance, requirements, and environment setup are available on GitHub.
The Blackboard Ruby Sample Code by Blackboard demonstrates REST API interaction, enabling data source, term, course, user, and membership implementation. Resources include requirements and configuration.
The Blackboard CSharp Sample Code by Blackboard presents REST API interaction, allowing developers to experiment with a demo. With accurate development, they can implement data source, term, course, a user, and membership.
The Blackboard PHP Sample Code by Blackboard demonstrates REST API access, including configuration resources. To use the sample, developers can GET data from source, term, course, user, and membership.