Third-party integrations in Brightspace
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About third-party integrations
Third-party integrations are pieces of software that optionally become part of Brightspace but were created by vendors outside of D2L. They allow for the things like ebook usage, special types of note taking, polling, and more. If you have questions or are interested in using a Thord-party integration, contact TLT.
All of the available third-party integrations
There is a full list of the third-party Brightspace integrations on the Minnesota State Brightspace support site.
For further information on whom to contact at each of the vendors, refer to Brightspace integrations vendor list.
Brightspace integrations from D2L, Microsoft, and Respondus
Respondus Lockdown Browser
Third-party integrations currently in Brightspace
Films on Demand Remote Plugin (ISF)
Hypothesis enables students to annotate online readings. Digital annotation offers new affordances, enabling students to respond to text using different media and empowering them to collaborate on understanding and developing ideas about their readings.
MH Campus/Connect (Legacy)
MH Connect - Deep Integration
MH Campus/Connect (Legacy
My Media (Browse, Search, Embed) - Kaltura Capture
MyLab and Mastering
Tevera is designed to support field work as part of curricular activities. Teachers use Tevera to manage field placements, track hours and progress, deliver documents to the students, automate workflows, and track learning objectives.