Integrating iQualify with your existing systems or other apps allows you to:
enable additional features (e.g. single sign-on)
automate your business processes (e.g by using the API and webhooks via Zapier)
enhance your learners’ experience (e.g. with learning apps and collaboration tools)
facilitate decision-making by collecting rich data for reporting and analytics (e.g. via Google analytics, Event Hub)
Integrations can be configured in the Account Settings area of iQualify by an Account Owner.
There are a range of different ways you can connect iQualify with other apps and systems. The diagram below shows a quick overview. Click the image to view a larger version.
Built-in integration with specific apps
iQualify has built-in integrations that allow you to accept online payments (via Stripe), collect analytics data (via Google Analytics) and integrate with any SAML-enabled single sign-on service, such as Azure Active Directory.
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) integration allows you to embed a wide range of learning tools and collaboration apps. Examples include: learning apps such as Codeboard for coding, LabsLand for physics labs, collaboration platforms such as Zoom and Vedamo Virtual Classroom.
This requires an initial set-up by the account owner, and can then be set up:
by an author on individual pages whilst creating a course
by a facilitator at the course or page level whilst they are facilitating.
API and Webhook integration
APIs and Webhooks enable you to integrate iQualify with your existing systems, automate processes and collect rich information for analytics and reporting.
This type of integration can be done through coding or by using an automation tool.
Custom integrations with your existing systems via the API or Webhooks can be done by a developer. More information can be found here: https://iqualify.readme.io/
Check out our other articles for more information and guidance on how to set up these integrations and get in touch with us if you need more help.