This presentation will introduce attendees to the Tsugi project. Tsugi intended to be the world’s first open source implementation of the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment (www.ngdle.org) as proposed by Malcolm Brown and others. Tsugi is a set of libraries and frameworks that enable the rapid development of scalable learning applications that can be placed in an interoperable application store. These tools are not limited to use in Sakai but can be used in any LMS that supports IMS LTI 1.1, LTI 2.1, or Content Item. There are Tsugi libraries under development for PHP, Java, and Node.js.
This presentation proposal has been submitted to the Open Apereo 2016 conference in New York City on the 24th and 25th May 2016.