FEV Tutor Earns LTI Advantage and OneRoster Certifications from IMS Global

ESSA evidence-based virtual tutoring platform supports interoperability and the secure exchange of data within a district’s or school’s existing technology ecosystem

FEV Tutor, the most comprehensive virtual tutoring solution in K-12, has earned the LTI® Advantage certification and OneRoster® 1.1 certification from IMS Global Learning Consortium.

FEV Tutor’s engaging, 1:1 online tutoring platform provides live academic instruction and support to students 24/7. The new certifications from IMS Global demonstrate FEV Tutor’s commitment to working with districts and schools to develop effective strategies and tutoring programs that operate as a natural extension of their learning environment.

Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI) is an ed tech standard for connecting learning tools to learning platforms. LTI Advantage provides a standardized approach that allows tools and platforms to deliver a robust integration with a consistent user experience across many platforms.

OneRoster 1.1 allows schools to exchange roster information, course materials, and grades securely and reliably between systems. It supports the commonly used .csv mode for exchange and the latest real-time web services mode known as REST.

“To streamline operations, K-12 schools and districts need solutions that will easily connect with their existing systems,” said Daniel Herbert, vice president of innovation and growth for FEV Tutor. “The certifications from IMS Global enable FEV Tutor to offer improved interoperability between our tutoring platform and the systems educators regularly use to track and manage student data, from student information systems to assessment platforms. With these integrations, educators can easily navigate and securely exchange information between FEV Tutor and their systems, and implement customized tutoring programs that ensure the most impactful learning outcomes.”

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