Qualtrics LTI2023-10-24T09:17:21+02:00

Qualtrics LTI

Making Qualtrics surveys part of the learning experience

LTI integration to bring Qualtrics surveys inside the LMS


Combine the best of both platforms

For your course evaluations and institutional research surveys, you’re able to boost response rates and leverage LMS data (e.g. course names, instructor names, student IDs) to help facilitate your data analysis. If you’re an individual instructor using Qualtrics, you can distribute your research surveys through the LMS or make use of (un)graded teaching & learning surveys.

With Canvas LMS transitioning from Classic to New Quizzes, you can use Qualtrics LTI by Drieam to maintain the option to use (un)graded surveys in your courses.


Extend your LMS with powerful surveys.

Qualtrics LTI by Drieam is a plug-in (LTI app) for your LMS. Using Qualtrics LTI, institutional research professionals, department admins, and faculty can embed their Qualtrics surveys inside the LMS.

Everything takes place within the trusted environment that your LMS offers so that users benefit from both barrier-free visual integration and a seamless functional connection.

Learn more about Qualtrics LTI

Schedule a free demo without any obligations or experience Qualtrics LTI yourself in a live demo environment.

What makes Qualtrics LTI by Drieam stand out?


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“I would say that the best ROI was the user experience improved for our Degree Programmes. And once we succeed to move our Student Feedback for Faculty Evaluation to Qualtrics, the ROI will be at least doubled.”
Hamza Belallam, Senior Business Analyst, Business Partnering & Analysis, IT
“By embedding surveys as assignments in Canvas through Qualtrics LTI, response rates increased from the mid-30% range up to 57%. That’s the highest we’ve ever seen them.”
Kate Hendricks, Manager Surveying & Reporting at Chamberlain University

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Institutions getting more out of Qualtrics and their LMS

Making surveys part of the learning experience
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