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Data Privacy

Data Privacy is the technical work at 1EdTech focused on vetting educational applications, to ensure that a minimum standard of privacy and security is met. 

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Example: 1EdTech has vetted thousands of applications used in education against the Data Privacy rubric. 

Data Privacy Launch

Allows LTI-enabled tools to assist administrative users in managing and executing requests related to data privacy.

Data Privacy Seal

The TrustEd Apps Seal of Data Privacy identifies that an application satisfactorily completes the TrustEd Apps vetting process, is certified for Data Privacy, and its ratings on the TrustEd Apps Data Privacy Rubric are fully disclosed and meet a specified level of expectation of data privacy

Deep Linking (DL)

Deep Linking is an LTI Advantage extension. This extension simplifies the arduous task of selecting and adding links to content when developing a course, including deep integration to collections of content such as playlists and a table of contents. With Deep Linking you can select and add course content in a few clicks; add playlists and tables of content; enable links and other HTML content, and add pre-registered tools with a few clicks. For more information, see the LTI Advantage Overview.

Digital Content Standards

The 1EdTech technical standards used to integrate digital content. The digital content standards are: 

- CASE (Competencies and Academic Standards Exchange)

- Common Cartridge and Thin Common Cartridge (CC/TCC)

- LTI-Advantage

- LTI-Resource Search

This group of standards are used to provide easy access to learning resources, which may include curriculum, content, activities and simple assessments.

Digital Ecosystem

All the various platforms, applications, tools, and ways in which those systems are connected to pass data among the systems. By creating standard ways to transmit data between these platforms, applications, and tools, school districts can reduce costs, time, and increase the effectiveness of the teaching and learning cycle.

Example: The digital ecosystem of Springfield County is a bit disjointed and learners have to log in to multiple systems each day.  The leadership team is evaluating the interoperability of the ecosystem and areas for improvement. 


Digital Resource Description. Part of the 1EdTech Access for All (AfA) specification.

Dynamic Client Registration

Dynamic Client Registration – this is the process through which a Consumer can post its registration details to the authorization server. If the authorization server accepts the registration request, it will store the information provided in the request and respond with a registration response that includes a set of client credentials for the Consumer to use when requesting access tokens. The 1EdTech Security Framework makes use of both the IETF RFC 7592 and OpenID Connect dynamic client registration approaches.

Dynamic Client Registration Protocol (OAuth 2) – this specification defines methods for management of OAuth 2.0 dynamic client registrations for use cases in which the properties of a registered client may need to be changed during the lifetime of the client. Not all authorization servers supporting dynamic client registration will support these management methods. This document is published as IETF RFC 7592. A profiled version of this is adopted in the 1EdTech Security Framework.