If you have an integration you’d like to see added you can make a request to sponsor a new integration. A typical integration process will take up to 2 months to be completed. The process involves identifying a sponsor and working closely with Information Technology and the University System of Georgia’s Information Technology Services.
Being an Integration Sponsor
In suggesting a new integration, you agree to sponsor that tool through its integration process. All sponsors must be a Georgia Gwinnett College faculty or staff member.
As a sponsor, you will be responsible for:
- Collecting basic information about the integration
- Vendor’s contact information
- Funding and contract information
- Assisting with testing
- Submitting a final approval
Step 1: Submit Initial Request
The first step is to submit a request form. You will need to provide contact information and briefly describe your interest in the tool.
An administrator will contact you within 2 business days to begin the integration project.
Step 2: Collect Documentation
While you are waiting to be contacted to continue the project, collect documentation and information for your integration. You will need to assist with the collection of this information during the process.
- USG Security Survey
- Accessibility information (VPAT)
- Standards compliance (IMS Global Certification)
- Integration documentation (LTI, SSO)
- Vendor contact information
- Product description
- Desired implementation deadline
- Funding information
- Contract information
Step 3: Assist with Testing
During the process of integration, you will need to assist with testing the integration. This will include testing in the development and production environments.
Step 4: Final Approval and Implementation
After final approval, the integration will be available in the MyCourses production environment.