This site will be retired at the end of 2014. You can locate all of the improved LearningStudio API documentation and exciting new Content APIs at the new Pearson Developers Network located at http://developer.pearson.com.

  • As of April 23, 2014 you can no longer post questions to the forums on this site. You can continue to access this site and read the discussion forums with your current account until further notice. Use http://pdn.pearson.com to start posting questions in the new Developer Community areaI. The community is open and available to all users on pdn.pearson.com. In the new community you can take advantage of enhanced features that allow you to:

    • Ask questions & find answers
    • Share ideas
    • Report problems
    • Give praise

    How to join the new LearningStudio Developer Community

    If you haven't done so already, you will need to register on http://pdn.pearson.com. User accounts from this site will not be transferred to the new site. However, if you have a developer key for LearningStudio, your email address may already be associated with the new site, in which case you'll just need to reset your password and complete your new user profile.

    After you register you'll be able to participate in the new Pearson Developer Community. You can access the new LearningStudio community from the Developer Community link on the LearningStudio product page and any related LearningStudio API page.

    Why is this happening?

    We're doing this as the second step in the move to our new Pearson Developers Network, located at http://pdn.pearson.com. The first step was disabling the ability to create new accounts on this site, which happened in February.

    More information on the migration schedule from code.pearson.com to pdn.pearson.com will be posted on this site. Prior to the official retirement of this site, we'll send a message to the email address associated with your code.pearson.com user account.

  • As of February 11, you can no longer register a new account for this site. You can continue to access this site and the discussion forums with your current account until further notice.

    Join us at our new Pearson Developers Network site

    We're doing this to prepare you for the official move to our new Pearson Developers Network, located at http://pdn.pearson.com. You can find the latest LearningStudio and other Pearson API documentation on this new site. Rest assured that all relevant API documentation has already been migrated to the new site.

    More information on the migration schedule from code.pearson.com to pdn.pearson.com will be sent to the email address associated with your code.pearson.com user account. In the meantime, you are invited to register on pdn.pearson.com. User accounts will not be transferred to the new site. However, if you have a developer key for LearningStudio, your email address may already be associated with the new site, in which case you'll just need to reset your password and complete your new user profile. After you create your new user account, we recommend you use http://pdn.pearson.com. One reason you might want to continue to reference this site is to access the forum content, which has not yet been migrated.

  • Watch this video that provides a great overview APIs and the role they play.

    Produced by the Digital Services Innovation Center, an initiative of the General Services Administration. For full article and more information, visit http://www.howto.gov/api.

  • We are excited to announce the release of two PDN video series! Todd Fredrich discusses what exactly REST services are in his What is Rest video series while Chris Chew dives into the Tempest messaging initiative in his Tempest video series.

    These videos are just the start of many more PDN videos to come, so be sure to check the PDN video page regularly!

    Find all PDN videos here: http://code.pearson.com/videos

  • Equella

    EQUELLA is a digital repository that provides one system to house your teaching and learning, research, media and library content. EQUELLA has been deployed for copyright resource collections, research materials, managing and exposing materials through web sites and portals, content authoring, workflow, institutional policy and document management.

     




  • Pearson Learning Studio

    The potential of online education is limitless. However, expanding its impact means removing barriers. With the rapid development of interactive, social and mobile technologies, institutions can offer engaging, high-touch experiences to more students around the world. The possibilities go beyond access, to a promise of more individualized achievement and greater outcomes.


    Pearson LearningStudio is a next-generation Learning Management System (LMS) that provides for personalized, blended and online learning environments that are designed to ensure greater engagement and measurable success for all stakeholders, including administrators, instructors and students. The LearningStudio APIs cover most areas of the course environment (from tools & grades to user management).

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