Configuring LTI Pro 1.3 for Moodle

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This article provides specific instructions for configuring Zoom’s LTI Pro with Moodle.

Note: Please ensure that LTI Pro has been installed and you are signed in to configure LTI Pro.

This article covers:

Configuring LTI Pro on Moodle

Creating new credentials

    1. Create a new LTI credential.
    2. (Optional) Update a credential from LTI 1.1. to LTI 1.3. in the configuration page by choosing LTI 1.3 under Select which LTI version to use.
    3. Click Save.

Creating a Client ID in Moodle

    1. Log in to Moodle as an Admin.
    2. Click Site administration, then Plugins.
    3. Click External tool, then Manage tools
    4. Click configure a tool manually.

Configuring the external tool

      1. Enter name of the tool in the Tool name field.
      2. Copy the Target Link URL in the LTI configuration page, and paste it in the Tool URL field.
      3. For LTI version, choose LTI 1.3.
      4. For Public key type, choose Keyset URL.
      5. Copy the Public JWK URL in the LTI configuration page, and paste it in the Public keyset field.
      6. Copy the Tool Redirect URL in the LTI configuration page, and paste it in the Redirection URI(s) field.
      7. Copy the Login Initiation URL in the LTI configuration page to, and paste it in the Initiate login URL field.
      8. Click Save Changes.

Adding the Client ID to LTI Pro Credentials

    1. Find the Tool that was created earlier in the Manage tools page of Moodle.
    2. Click View configuration details.
    3. On LTI Pro Configuration page, click 3rd Party Credentials.
    4. Click LTI Moodle, then click Add Instance.
    5. Add the domain used to access Moodle in the LTI Moodle Site Domain.
    6. Copy the Moodle tool Client ID, and paste it into the LTI Advantage Client ID field.
    7. Click Save.

Adding the Tool to Moodle Course

    1. On Moodle go to the course that you want to add the Tool to.
    2. Click Turn editing on, then click Add an activity or resource.
    3. Click External tool.
    4. For Activity name, enter the name of the activity.
    5. For Preconfigured tool, choose the Tool created earlier.
    6. Click Save and return to course.

Launching the LTI 1.3 tool

    1. Click the link to the Tool that was just added earlier and the LTI Pro user interface should appear:

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