itembank-endpoints - Data API

Item Bank Endpoints

The Data API's /itembank/* endpoints allow you to create, retrieve, and maintain Item bank content programmatically.

Usage

The format of requests to Data API use the following syntax:

https://data.learnosity.com/[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/*

For example, to use the 2023.3.LTS version and the 'Get Activities' Item bank endpoint, you would create a request like so:

https://data.learnosity.com/v2023.3.LTS/itembank/activities

Note Data API usage is subject to rate limits. Read more here: Rate Limiting With the Data API.

Retrieve Activities from your Item bank.

You would want to use this to retrieve and load your Activities into your own application, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
include
object

Properties to be returned in the response. (optional)

See below for available attributes.

include.activities
array[string]

(optional) Activity properties to be returned in the response.

Possible values:

  • "activity_id"
  • "created_by"
  • "dt_created" (date time created)
  • "dt_updated" (date time updated)
  • "last_updated_by"
  • "metadata"
  • "title"
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Activities from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_pool_id
string

Specifies the Item pool from which to retrieve the Activities.

See Using Item Pools to Create Content Snapshots for more information.

item_references
object

Includes Activities with a combination of the specified Item references. You can provide additional conditions for selecting Items.

Possible attributes:

  • "all" Activities must contain all of the listed Item references.
  • "either" Activities must contain at least one of the listed Item references.

At least one of the above attributes must be present and you can use both together if required. When both "all" and "either" are defined, all of the Item references in "all" must be found and at least one of the Item references in "either" must be found, or no results will be returned.

Note Only applies to Items belonging to the same Item bank as the Activity.

Note Not supported for Item pools.

limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

maxtime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The latest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to get results from. The latest records will be returned first.

mintime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The earliest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to filter results to. The latest records will be returned first.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

references
array[string]

Specifies the Activity references (called activity_template_id when you initialize an assessment) to include.

Maximum: 1000 references.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by.

Possible values:

  • "created" sort by time created, or
  • "updated" sort by time updated.

Default: "created"

status
array[string]

Includes Activities by their statuses. (optional)

Possible values:

  • "published"
  • "unpublished"
  • "archived"
  • (none) - All Items are returned (all published, unpublished and archived Items)

Default: (none)

tags
array[TagsV2] | object

Includes Activities with specified Tags. A list of TagsV2 objects can be specified or a TagSearchByType object definition.

When searching using multiple Tags of different types, specify the advanced_tags option with the "either" value. See below for more information.

advanced_tags
object

Includes Activities using one of the following tagging conditions.

Possible attributes:

  • "all" Activities must contain all of the listed Tags
  • "either" Activities must contain at least one of the listed Tags
  • "none" Activities must not contain any of the listed Tags

At least one of the above keys must be present.

See Understanding Tag Formats for Content Creation and Filtering for more information.

Example

// Get Activities with specific Items
{
    "item_references": [
        "all": [ "item_reference_1", "item_reference_2"],
        "either": [ "item_reference_3", "item_reference_4"]
    ]
    // ...
}

/* Example response
{
    "meta": {
        "status":true,
        "timestamp":1389192595
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference":"activity_ref_1",
            "description":"",
            "data": {
                "activity_id": "1344151",
                "name": "Activity Ref 1",
                "rendering_type": "assess",
                "state": "initial",
                "type": "submit_practice",
                "items":
                    {
                        "reference": "item_reference_1",
                        "id": "item_reference_1",
                        "organisation_id": 1,
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "item_reference_2",
                        "id": "item_reference_2",
                        "organisation_id": 1,
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "item_reference_4",
                        "id": "item_reference_4",
                        "organisation_id": 1,
                    }
                ],
                "config": {
                    "navigation": {
                        "show_next": true
            },
            "status": "published",
            "tags": {
                "test": [
                    "tag"
                ]
            },
            "dt_created": "2024-03-26 05:32:15"
        }
    ]
}
*/


// Get Activities with specific Tags
{
"advanced_tags": {
    // Activities must have all of these tags...
    "all": [
        { "type": "subject", "name": "English" }
    ],

    // ...AND have at least one of these tags...
    "either": [
        { "type": "grade", "name": "6" },
        { "type": "grade", "name": "7" }
    ],

    // ...AND have none of these tags...
    "none": [
        { "type": "grade", "name": "5" },
        { "type": "grade", "name": "8" }
    ]
},
"include"   : {
    "activities": ["dt_created"],
}

// Optionally include additional generic parameters.
// ...
}

/* Example Response with Items defined as object:
{
    "meta": {
        "status":true,
        "timestamp":1389192595
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference":"SB_EG11Q11",
            "description":"Smarter Balanced Practice Test ELA",
            "data": {
                "activity_id": "smtest_1",
                "name": "SM Test #1",
                "rendering_type": "assess",
                "state": "initial",
                "type": "submit_practice",
                "items":
                    {
                        "reference": "SB_EG11Q11_1",
                        "id": "SB_EG11Q11_1",
                        "organisation_id": 1,
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "SB_EG11Q11_2",
                        "id": "SB_EG11Q11_2",
                        "organisation_id": 1,
                    }
                ],
                "config": {
                    "navigation": {
                        "show_next": true,
                        "show_prev": false,
                        "show_fullscreencontrol": false,
                        "show_progress": true,
                        "show_submit": true,
                        "show_title": true,
                        "show_save": false,
                        "show_calculator": false,
                        "scroll_to_top": false,
                        "scroll_to_test": false,
                        "show_itemcount": true,
                        "toc": false,
                        "warning_on_change": true,
                        "skip_submit_confirmation": true
                    }
                }
            },
            "status": "published",
            "tags": {
                "course": [
                    "commoncore"
                ]
            },
            "dt_created": "2014-11-27 05:32:15",
            "adaptive" : {
                "difficulty": 1.2,
                "operational_exposure": null,
                "seeding_exposure": null
            }
        }
    ]
}

The Items might also be returned as an array of strings, e.g.:

"items": [
    "SB_EG11Q11_1",
    "SB_EG11Q11_2"
]
*/

Create or update Activities in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to import or bulk update Activities, or import your own Activities from another source, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
activities
array[object]

An array of objects where each represents a separate Activity.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 entries.

activities[].base_template_id
string

Deprecated

The base template reference to be applied on the Activity.

activities[].data
object

The JSON representation of an Activity. All supported Activity properties can be found in the Items API documentation.

Default: { "rendering_type": "assess" }

activities[].data.items
array[object]

Item definitions to be added to the Activity.

See the Items API documentation for the supported format of Items.

Note Items can be specified as either an object definition or a string reference. It is important to choose one type format and use it consistently in other parts of the config object, such as the intro_item, outro_item, and resource_item referenced under the config.navigation property.

activities[].data.config
object

The initialization options for the Activity.

See the Items API documentation for supported options.

activities[].data.sections
array[object]

Define sections for the Activity. Sections allows you to split an Activity into separate groups of Items.

See Items API sections for more information and refer to the caveats section for important usage details.

activities[].description
string

A description for the Activity, visible only to authors via the Author API and Learnosity Author Site.

activities[].reference
string

The reference for the Activity.

Maximum: 150 ASCII characters

Note: double quotes, single quotes, and accent characters are not allowed.

activities[].status
string

The status of the Activity.

See Changing The Activity Status In The Activity Editor for more information.

Note: The Activity must be set to "published" so that it can be used in assessments.

Default: "published"

activities[].tags
array[TagsV2]

A list of Tags to assign to the Activity.

See TagsV2 for more information.

activities[].title
string

A human readable title used to identify an Activity which can be seen in the Author API and Learnosity Author Site.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Activities in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Activity.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to create Activities.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

{
    "activities": [
        {
            "reference": "ela-unit-1",
            "data": {
                "items": [
                    "ela_item_1",
                    "ela_item_2"
                ],
                "config": {
                    "regions": "main"
                },
                "rendering_type": "assess"
            },
            "tags": [
                {
                    "type": "subject",
                    "name": "math"
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Duplicate existing Activities, including all associated Items, Questions, and Features in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to duplicate your previous year's Activities for use in the current year, for example.

This endpoint will create a job to be completed asynchronously which can be polled for, using the GET jobs endpoint and the returned job_reference to check the status of the job.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities/duplicate
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Returns A JSON object containing a job_reference that can be submitted to the jobs endpoint to track the completion of the asynchronous request.
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank in which to read and duplicate Activities.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

activities
array[object]

An array of objects where each object represents an Activity to be duplicated.

Maximum: 10 Activities to be duplicated.

activities[].reference
string

Specifies the reference of an Activity you want to duplicate.

activities[].new_reference
string

(optional) Specifies the reference of the newly duplicated Activity. If this is not specified, a reference for the duplicated Activity will be automatically generated.

Note: The new Activity reference must not already exist in your Item bank.

duplicate_shared_passages
boolean

Specifies whether shared passages in Items will be duplicated. By default, shared passages are not duplicated and are referenced from the original Item instead.

Default: false

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all duplicated Activities in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Activity.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Activities.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Activities.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Activities.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "activities": [
        {
            "reference": "ACTIVITY_7",
            "new_reference": "DuplicatedActivity"
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1512120158
    },
    "data": {
        "job_reference": "69a3c789-0273-413f-bb7b-6e4f48ac5cbf" // Can be used to query the job database to find out when duplication is complete.
    }
}
*/

Overwrite Tags for Activities in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to make bulk replacements of Tags for many Activities.

Important: existing Tags assigned to Activities will be removed from the Activity and replaced with the new Tags.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

activities
array[object]

A list of Activities and the Tags to be assigned.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 Activities and Tags.

activities[].reference
string

The reference for the Activity.

activities[].tags
array[TagsV2]

A list of Tags to assign to the Activity.

See TagsV2 for more information.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Activities in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Activity.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the modified Activities or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or affected Activities or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Activities or Tags.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "activities": [
        {
            "reference": "activity1",
            "tags": {
                "demo-tagtype-1": [
                    "tag1",
                    "tag2"
                ],
                "demo-tagtype-2": [
                    "tag3"
                ]
            }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Add new Tags to Activities in your Item bank. Existing Tags assigned to these Activities will not be removed.

You would want to use this to make bulk additions of Tags to Activities.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type update
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

activities
array[object]

A list of Activities and the Tags to be assigned.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 Activities and Tags.

activities[].reference
string

The reference for the Activity.

activities[].tags
array[TagsV2]

A list of Tags to assign to the Activity.

See TagsV2 for more information.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Activities in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Activities, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Activity.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the modified Activities.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Activities or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Activities or Tags.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "activities": [
        {
            "reference": "activity1",
            "tags": [
                {
                    "type": "subject",
                    "name": "math"
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1499223766
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Retrieves Items from the specified Item bank.

You would want to use this to use the Item data in your own application.

By default, all Items are returned (all published, unpublished and archived Items). This can be filtered by status.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/items
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
authoring_workflow
object

(optional) Includes Items with a specific workflow reference and its states.

See below for supported attributes.

authoring_workflow.reference
string

Includes Items by the workflow reference they belong to.

Important: the workflow reference is mandatory if the authoring_workflow is part of the request.

authoring_workflow.states
array[string]

(optional) Includes Items by their workflow states.

By default, returns all Items regardless of their workflow state.

To retrieve all Items which do not have any workflow states applied, you can set this option to ["Unassigned"].

created_by
array[string]

Includes Items with a specific user IDs that created the Item.

include
object

(optional) The Item properties to be returned in the response.

See below for supported attributes.

include.items
array[string]

(optional) Item properties to be returned in the response including:

Note The authoring_workflow will be null for Items in the "Unassigned" workflow state that are returned in the response.

item_pool_id
string

Retrieves content from the specified Item pool instead of the Item bank.

limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

maxtime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The latest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to get results from. The latest records will be returned first.

mintime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The earliest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to filter results to. The latest records will be returned first.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

questions
object

(optional) Includes Items containing a specific Question reference or type.

questions.references
array[string]

Includes Items that contain at least one of the specified Question references.

Maximum: 1000 Question references.

questions.types
array[string]

Includes Items that contain any specified Question or Feature types, for example, mcq, clozeassociation, sharedpassage, etc.

See Question & Feature type codes for a full list.

references
array[string]

Includes specific Item references in the results.

Maximum: 1000 references.

scoring_type
array[string]

Includes Items by their scoring types.

Possible values:

  • "per-question",
  • "per-dichotomous", or
  • "dependent".

See Per Question, Dichotomous, And Dependent (EBSR) Item Scoring With Examples for more information.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by.

Possible values:

  • "created": sort by time created,
  • "updated": sort by time updated,
  • "reference": sort by reference, or
  • "title": sort by title.

Default: created

status
array[string]

Includes Items by their statuses.

Possible values:

  • "published",
  • "unpublished", or
  • "archived".

Default: all Items are returned, (all published, unpublished and archived Items).

tags
array[object]

Includes Items with specified Tags. Each element must be a TagsV2 Object or TagSearchByType Object.

When searching using multiple Tags of different types, use advanced_tags with the "either" option (see below).

advanced_tags
object

Specify more complex search queries based on Tags, including optional or negative criteria.

At least one of the following object keys must be present:

  • "all",
  • "either", or
  • "none".

See AdvancedTagSearchParams (Data API) for more information.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Items from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

// Find Items by Tags
{
    "limit": 5,
    "advanced_tags": {
        // Items must have all of these Tags...
        "all": [
            {
                "type": "subject",
                "name": "English"
            }
        ],

        // ...AND have at least one of these Tags...
        "either": [
            {
                "type": "grade",
                "name": "6"
            },
            {
                "type": "grade",
                "name": "7"
            }
        ],

        // ...AND have none of these Tags...
        "none": [
            {
                "type": "grade",
                "name": "5"
            },
            {
                "type": "grade",
                "name": "8"
            }
        ]
    },
    "include": {
        "items": ["dt_created"]
    }
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1470291213,
        "next": "1445216251.1165015",
        "records": 5
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference": "ce76962d-d80d-4d4a-b755-20744d2fdb68",
            "title": "example title",
            "workflow": null,
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "regions": [
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "f2f1bf47-d22d-4627-8d39-c460f00c183f" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    },
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "877883fb-108e-4736-a299-3ae483d7b0e5" },
                            { "reference": "755dfab9-8687-4692-ab5d-2048a6af997f" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "877883fb-108e-4736-a299-3ae483d7b0e5",
                    "type": "mcq"
                },
                {
                    "reference": "755dfab9-8687-4692-ab5d-2048a6af997f",
                    "type": "longtext"
                }
            ],
            "features": [
                {
                    "reference": "f2f1bf47-d22d-4627-8d39-c460f00c183f",
                    "type": "sharedpassage"
                }
            ],
            "tags": {
                "author":       ["Smarter Balanced Practice Test"],
                "course":       ["commoncore"],
                "Grade":        ["7"],
                "questiontype": ["longtext","mcq"],
                "subject":      ["English"]
            }
        },
        ...
    ]
}
*/

// Find Items by Item references
{
    "references": [
        "Grade7_ELA_1021",
        "Grade7_ELA_1022"
    ],
    "include": {
        "items": [
            "dt_created",
            "dt_updated",
            "authoring_workflow"
        ]
    }
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1470291591,
        "records": 2
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference": "Grade7_ELA_1021",
            "workflow": null,
            "metadata": null,
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "regions": [
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "fe359969-5170-4a57-b864-1870698f6aea" },
                            { "reference": "7550b655-74da-422f-9368-cb5a851395f2" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    },
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "a3a57364-9954-44bf-a2e4-feb1c17efdc5" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "7550b655-74da-422f-9368-cb5a851395f2",
                    "type": "mcq"
                },
                {
                    "reference": "a3a57364-9954-44bf-a2e4-feb1c17efdc5",
                    "type": "shorttext"
                }
            ],
            "features": [
                {
                    "reference": "fe359969-5170-4a57-b864-1870698f6aea",
                    "type": "formulainput"
                }
            ],
            "tags": {},
            "dt_created": "2016-08-03 15:39:40",
            "dt_updated": "2016-08-03 15:39:47",
            "authoring_workflow": {
                "reference": "Default workflow",
                "state": "Approved"
            }
        },
        {
            "reference": "Grade7_ELA_1022",
            "workflow": null,
            "metadata": null,
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "widgets": [
                    { "reference": "d7843b0d-da85-4686-b347-7b7c563d2abf" },
                    { "reference": "9d3dd429-0ec9-4038-a932-6ea69676619a" }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "d7843b0d-da85-4686-b347-7b7c563d2abf",
                    "type": "mcq"
                },
                {
                    "reference": "9d3dd429-0ec9-4038-a932-6ea69676619a",
                    "type": "mcq"
                }
            ],
            "features": [],
            "tags": {},
            "dt_created": "2016-08-03 02:35:06",
            "dt_updated": "2016-08-03 02:43:14",
            "authoring_workflow": null
        }
    ]
}
*/

// Find Items including specific Question types
{
    "questions": {
        "types": [
            "imageclozetext",
            "imageclozeassociation"
        ]
    }
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1470292580,
        "next": "1441094282.886429",
        "records": 10
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference": "labelimage_heart_example",
            "workflow": null,
            "metadata": {
                "scoring_type": "per-question",
                "acknowledgements": null
            },
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "widgets": [
                    { "reference": "cf35406a-88ba-4294-bca2-d013fa2bbd11" }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "cf35406a-88ba-4294-bca2-d013fa2bbd11",
                    "type": "imageclozetext"
                }
            ],
            "features": [],
            "tags": {}
        },
        {
            "reference": "anatomy_103052b",
            "workflow": null,
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "regions": [
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "9cb5ca80-3418-4f2c-aef8-c905fff28501" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    },
                    {
                        "widgets": [
                            { "reference": "d2f97a5a-7975-4b26-b050-8761f3443f29" },
                            { "reference": "2fb9049a-bc3e-4203-8f40-ccd5048c5807" }
                        ],
                        "type": "column",
                        "width": "50"
                    }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "d2f97a5a-7975-4b26-b050-8761f3443f29",
                    "type": "mcq"
                },
                {
                    "reference": "2fb9049a-bc3e-4203-8f40-ccd5048c5807",
                    "type": "imageclozeassociation"
                }
            ],
            "features": [
                {
                    "reference": "9cb5ca80-3418-4f2c-aef8-c905fff28501",
                    "type": "sharedpassage"
                }
            ],
            "tags": {}
        },
        ...
    ]
}
*/

Creates or updates Items in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to import or bulk update Items, or import your own Items from another source, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/items
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
items
array[object]

A list of Item definition objects where each object represents a separate Item.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 definitions.

items[].adaptive
object

(optional) The adaptive data to be used in the assessments as per Adaptive Assessments.

items[].adaptive.difficulty
integer

(optional) Sets the adaptive difficulty value of the Item.

See Adaptive Assessments for more information.

items[].authoring_workflow
object

(optional) Definition for the Item workflow data.

See below for supported attributes.

items[].authoring_workflow.reference
string

(mandatory) Reference of the workflow the Item should use.

items[].authoring_workflow.state
string

(mandatory) Workflow state that should be assigned to the Item.

items[].definition
object

The Item layout definition.

See the Item Definition for more information.

items[].description
string

The description of the Item.

This field only appears within the Learnosity Author Site or Author API for authors.

items[].dynamic_content_data
object

Data for dynamic content Items.

See What Is Dynamic Content? for more information.

items[].features
array[string]

A list of Feature references to be included in the Item.

items[].metadata
object

The general metadata attached to the Item.

See below for supported attributes.

items[].metadata.acknowledgements
string

Provide an acknowledgement of assets owned by other organizations which are used in the assessment, for copyright purposes, such as images or other media content.

HTML values are permitted.

items[].metadata.scoring_type
string

The scoring method for the Item.

Possible values:

  • "per-question",
  • "per-dichotomous", or
  • "dependent".

See Per Question, Dichotomous, And Dependent (EBSR) Item Scoring With Examples for more information.

items[].new_reference
string

(optional) Update an Item's reference with a new value.

When items[].reference is provided and this attribute is specified, the existing Item reference will be updated to this value.

items[].note
string

General text field for authors to leave notes. These notes are not shown to the learner.

items[].questions
array[object]

A list of Questions to include in the Item.

See below for supported attributes.

items[].questions[].reference
string

The individual Question reference.

Must contain only letters, numbers, underscores, or dashes.

items[].reference
string

The reference for the Item.

Note: double quotes, single quotes, and accent characters are not allowed.

Maximum: 150 ASCII characters.

items[].source
string

The origins of the content for the Item, for example, the name of the book where the content is sourced from.

This field is only for authors and will not be shown to learners.

items[].status
string

The workflow status of the Item.

Possible values:

  • "published"
  • "unpublished"
  • "archived"

Note: the status must be "published" to be used in assessments.

Default: "unpublished"

items[].tags
array[TagsV2]
A list of TagsV2 objects to apply to the Item.
items[].title
string

A human readable title used to identify an Item which can be seen in the Author API and Learnosity Author Site.

Maximum: 150 characters.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Items created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new Items, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Item.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

The user ID can also be passed to GET /itembank/items to filter by created_by.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Items.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Items.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Items.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

{
    "items": [
        {
            "reference": "ff685a20-12c7-42ce-a592-b046f2f07502",
            "metadata": null,
            "definition": {
                "widgets": [
                    { "reference": "88879936-952c-442a-b3c9-05e95b6ed91f" }
                ]
            },
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                { "reference": "88879936-952c-442a-b3c9-05e95b6ed91f" }
            ],
            "tags": {}
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1700294472
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Duplicates Items (including all associated Questions and Features) in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk duplicate many Items at once, to create the basis for a new annual assessment, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/items/duplicate
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank in which to read and duplicate Items.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

items
array[object]

A list of Item definitions where each object represents an Item to be duplicated. All Questions within the specified Items are also duplicated.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 Item definitions.

items[].reference
string

Specifies the reference of an Item you want to duplicate.

items[].new_reference
string

(optional) The new reference of the duplicated Item.

If this is not specified, a reference for the duplicated Item will be automatically generated.

Note: The new reference cannot already exist.

duplicate_shared_passages
boolean

Specifies whether shared passages in Items will be duplicated. By default, shared passages are not duplicated and are referenced from the original Item instead.

Default: false

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Items created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Items, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Item.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Items.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Items.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Items.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "items": [
        {
            "reference": "6f065658-2e19-49a5-9267-9a0d7e2b8afe",
            "new_reference": "DuplicatedItem"
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1512123317
    },
    "data": {
        "6f065658-2e19-49a5-9267-9a0d7e2b8afe": {
            "reference": "DuplicatedItem",
            "title": "Test",
            "content": "<div class="row"><div class="col-xs-12"><span class="learnosity-response question-e27e8fa1-f984-4132-b0ba-d0b6f66205bf"></span><span class="learnosity-feature feature-f86c1568-be40-4228-a21f-8fb2c5409482"></span></div></div>",
            "workflow": null,
            "metadata": null,
            "note": null,
            "source": null,
            "definition": {
                "widgets": [
                    {
                        "reference": "e27e8fa1-f984-4132-b0ba-d0b6f66205bf"
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "f86c1568-be40-4228-a21f-8fb2c5409482"
                    }
                ],
                "template": "dynamic"
            },
            "description": "",
            "status": "published",
            "questions": [
                {
                    "reference": "e27e8fa1-f984-4132-b0ba-d0b6f66205bf",
                    "type": "clozeassociation"
                }
            ],
            "features": [
                {
                    "reference": "f86c1568-be40-4228-a21f-8fb2c5409482",
                    "type": "sharedpassage"
                }
            ],
            "tags": {
                "integration": [
                    "test"
                ]
            },
            "adaptive": {
                "difficulty": null,
                "operational_exposure": null,
                "seeding_exposure": null
            }
        }
    }
}
*/

Assign new Tags to specified Items.

You would want to use this to change the Tags on many Items at once, for example.

Important existing Tags assigned to Items will be deleted and replaced with the new Tags.

You would want to use this to bulk assign Tags to many Items at once, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/items/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
items
array[object]

A list of Item or Tag definition objects.

Maximum: 50 Items or Tags.

items[].reference
string

The reference for the Item.

Note: double quotes, single quotes, and accent characters are not allowed.

Maximum: 150 ASCII characters.

items[].tags
array[TagsV2]

A list of TagsV2 objects to assign to the Item.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Items in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the Items, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Item.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

The user ID can also be passed to GET /itembank/items to filter by created_by.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

{
    "items": [
        {
            "reference": "item1",
            "tags": {
                "demo-tagtype-1": [
                    "tag1",
                    "tag2"
                ],
                "demo-tagtype-2": [
                    "tag3"
                ]
            }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Assign new Tags to Items.

You would want to use this to assign Tags to many Items at once, for example.

Note Existing Tags assigned to Items will not be deleted.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/items/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type update
Parameter Description
items
array[object]

A list of Item definition objects where each object represents a separate Item.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 definitions.

items[].reference
string

The reference for the Item.

items[].tags
object

A list of TagsV2 objects to add to the Item.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Items in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the modified Items, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on an Item.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

The user ID can also be passed to GET /itembank/items to filter by created_by.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of affected Items or Tags.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

{
    "items": [
        {
            "reference": "item1",
            "tags": {
                "demo-tagtype-1": [
                    "tag1",
                    "tag2"
                ],
                "demo-tagtype-2": [
                    "tag3"
                ]
            }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Retrieves Questions from your Item bank.

You would want to use this to extract existing Questions (JSON format) to perform a backup or re-use them in your application, for example.

If item_references are provided, Questions associated with the provided Item reference(s) will be returned.

Note Any Features associated with the provided references or item_references will not be returned from this endpoint. Instead, Features can be retrieved using the dedicated itembank/features endpoint.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/questions
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
include
object

(optional) Properties to be returned in the response.

See below for supported attributes.

include.questions
array[string]

(optional) Question properties to be returned in the response which can be "dt_created" and "dt_updated".

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Questions from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_pool_id
string

Return content from an Item pool instead of the Item bank.

item_references
array[string]

(optional) Includes Questions contained in at least one of the specified Items. Questions associated with the provided Item reference(s) will be returned.

The result will be an object with Item references as keys, and an array of associated Questions as the values.

Maximum: 1000 Item references.

Example

{
    "item_references": [
        "3ebf9a4a-0e44-4a86-971f-8fdc2d7e3957",
        "f07fecdd-e999-40aa-bd9e-9c74064fad87"
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1600921638,
        "versions": {
            "requested": "v2023.1.lts",
            "mapped": "v1.57",
            "concrete": "v1.57.3"
            "message": "INFO: Learnosity LTS version requested."
        },
        "records": 2
    },
    "data": {
        "f07fecdd-e999-40aa-bd9e-9c74064fad87": [
            {
                "type": "mcq",
                "widget_type": "response",
                "reference": "d4953353-3999-47df-b6eb-8ebce0edb3b9",
                "data": { ... },
                "metadata": {
                    "name": "Multiple choice – standard",
                    "template_reference": "9e8149bd-e4d8-4dd6-a751-1a113a4b9163"
                }
            }
        ],
        "3ebf9a4a-0e44-4a86-971f-8fdc2d7e3957": [
            {
                "type": "mcq",
                "widget_type": "response",
                "reference": "c4e65550-9224-4fd9-b6bf-153bd85d7a35",
                "data": { ... },
                "metadata": {
                    "name": "Multiple choice – multiple response",
                    "template_reference": "908de244-5c71-4c09-b094-7fb49554f2f9"
                }
            },
            {
                "type": "mcq",
                "widget_type": "response",
                "reference": "1945f9b0-24b8-4997-88dd-e0d67cf933bc",
                "data": { ... },
                "metadata": {
                    "name": "Multiple choice – standard",
                    "template_reference": "9e8149bd-e4d8-4dd6-a751-1a113a4b9163"
                }
            }
        ]
    }
}
*/
limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

maxtime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The latest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to get results from. The latest records will be returned first.

mintime
integer | string

A timestamp filter based on the value provided in the sort_field parameter. The earliest UTC Unix timestamp or datetime string (in ISO 8601 format) to filter results to. The latest records will be returned first.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

references
array[string]

A list of Question references.

Maximum: 1000 Question references.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by.

Possible values:

  • "created": sort by time created, or
  • "updated": sort by time updated.

Default: created

types
array[string]

Specifies the Question types to retrieve.

See Question & Feature Codes for Data API filtering for a full list of Question type codes.

Example

{
    "types": [
        "mcq"
    ],
    "include": {
        "questions": [
            "dt_created"
        ]
    }
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status":true,
        "timestamp":1389192595,
        "next": "1383057371.73016",
        "records": 100
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "type": "mcq",
            "widget_type": "response",
            "reference": "mcq_1234",
            "data": {
                "options": [
                    {
                        "label": "Hello, nice to meet you Natalie.",
                        "value": "0"
                    },
                    {
                        "label": "Yes please, I'd like some water.",
                        "value": "1"
                    },
                    {
                        "label": "Thank you, I will be there on time.",
                        "value": "2"
                    }
                ],
                "stimulus": "What is the most appropriate reply?",
                "type": "mcq",
                "validation": {
                  "scoring_type": "exactMatch",
                  "valid_response": {
                    "score": 1,
                    "value": [
                      "1"
                    ]
                  }
                },
                "ui_style": []
            },
            "dt_created": "2014-11-27 05:32:15"
        },

        ...
    ]
}
*/

Creates or overwrites Questions in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk create new Questions for use in Items or import content from another source, for example.

Important: existing Questions with the same reference will be overwritten with the new properties.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/questions
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Questions created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new Questions, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on a Question.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Questions.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Questions.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Questions.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

questions
array[object]

The Questions you want to set, defined as a list of objects where each represents a separate Question.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 object definitions.

questions[].type
string

Specifies the Question type.

See Question & Feature Codes for Data API filtering for a full list of Question type codes.

questions[].reference
string

A unique reference for the Question.

Must contain only letters, numbers, underscores, or dashes.

Maximum: 150 characters.

questions[].data
object

The raw Question data (JSON).

See Question Types for a list of all possible attributes for every Question type.

Note: the HTML markup will be automatically validated and any invalid tags or attributes may be removed for security purposes. See the list of supported HTML tags.

Example

{
    "questions": [
        {
            "type": "mcq",
            "reference": "dataapi_test_001",
            "data": {
                "options": [
                    {
                        "value": "0",
                        "label": "John will have more apples and more oranges than Lucy."
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "1",
                        "label": "John will have less apples and less oranges than Lucy."
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "2",
                        "label": "John will have more apples than Lucy, but Lucy has more oranges."
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "3",
                        "label": "John will have more oranges than Lucy, but Lucy has more apples."
                    }
                ],
                "stimulus": "This is the stem",
                "type": "mcq",
                "validation": {
                    "scoring_type": "exactMatch",
                    "valid_response": [
                        {
                            "value": [
                                "0"
                            ],
                            "score": 1
                        }
                    ]
                }
            }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1396235761
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Duplicates Questions in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk duplicate many Questions at once, to create the basis for a new annual assessment, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/questions/duplicate
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank in which to read and duplicate the Questions.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_references
array[string]

An array of Item references for which Questions should be duplicated.

duplicate_shared_passages
boolean

Specifies whether shared passages in Items will be duplicated. By default, shared passages are not duplicated and are referenced from the original Item instead.

Default: false

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to Questions created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Questions, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on the Questions.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Questions.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Questions.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Questions.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "item_references": ["4bb30393-1fef-403b-ac5b-153bc9d1caf8"]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1512636002
    },
    "data": {
        "4bb30393-1fef-403b-ac5b-153bc9d1caf8": {
            "aa205cc7-402a-48e5-9cff-460c9f02fc24": {
                "type": "mcq",
                "widget_type": "response",
                "reference": "ef0c22cb-0d3e-4d36-ab34-26e25d65f337",
                "data": {
                    "options": [
                        {
                            "label": "[Choice A]",
                            "value": "0"
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "[Choice B]",
                            "value": "1"
                        }
                    ],
                    "stimulus": "<p>[This is the stem.]</p>",
                    "type": "mcq",
                    "validation": {
                        "scoring_type": "exactMatch",
                        "valid_response": {
                            "score": 1,
                            "value": [
                                ""
                            ]
                        }
                    },
                    "ui_style": {
                        "type": "horizontal"
                    }
                },
                "metadata": {
                    "name": "Multiple choice – standard",
                    "template_reference": "9e8149bd-e4d8-4dd6-a751-1a113a4b9163"
                }
            }
        }
    }
}
*/

Retrieves Features from your Item bank.

You would want to use this to extract existing Features (JSON format) to perform a backup or re-use them in your application, for example.

If item_references are provided, Features associated with the provided Item reference(s) will be returned.

Note Any Questions associated with the given references or item_references will not be returned from this endpoint. Questions can be retrieved using the dedicated itembank/questions endpoint.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/features
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
include
object

(optional) Properties to be returned in the response.

See below for supported attributes.

include.features
array[string]

(optional) Feature properties to be returned in the response including "dt_created" and "dt_updated".

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Features from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_pool_id
string

Return content from an Item pool instead of the Item bank

item_references
array[string]

Includes Features contained in at least one of the specified Item references.

Maximum: 1000 Item references.

limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

references
array[string]

A list of Feature references.

Maximum: 1000 Feature references.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by. The options are as follows:

  • "created": sort by time created, or
  • "updated": sort by time updated.

Default: created.

types
array[string]

Specifies the Feature types to retrieve.

See Question & Feature Codes for Data API filtering for a full list of Feature type codes.

Example

{
    "types": ["calculator"]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status":true,
        "timestamp":1389192595,
        "next": "1383057371.73016",
        "records": 100
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "type": "calculator",
            "widget_type": "feature",
            "reference": "myfeature01",
            "data": {
                "type": "calculator",
                "mode": "basic"
            }
        },

        ...
    ]
}
*/

Creates or overwrites Features in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk create new Features for use in Items or import content from another source, for example.

Important: existing Features with the same reference will be overwritten with the new properties.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/features
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
features
array[object]

The Features you want to set, defined as a list of objects where each represents a separate Feature.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 object definitions.

features[].type
string

Specifies the Feature type.

See Question & Feature Codes for Data API filtering for a full list of Feature type codes.

features[].reference
string

A unique reference for the Feature.

Must contain only letters, numbers, underscores, or dashes.

Maximum: 150 characters.

features[].data
object

The raw Feature data (JSON).

See Feature Types for a list of all possible attributes for every Feature type.

Note: the HTML markup will be automatically validated and any invalid tags or attributes may be removed for security purposes. See the list of supported HTML tags.

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Features created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new Features, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on the Features.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Features.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Features.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Features.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

{
    "features": [
        {
            "type": "calculator",
            "reference": "myfeature01",
            "data": {
                "mode": "basic",
                "type": "calculator"
            }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1396235761
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Duplicates Features in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk duplicate many Features at once, to create the basis for a new annual assessment, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/features/duplicate
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank in which to read and duplicate the Features.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_references
array[string]

An array of Item references for which Features should be duplicated.

duplicate_shared_passages
boolean

Specifies whether shared passages in Items will be duplicated.

By default, shared passages are not duplicated and are referenced from the original Item instead.

Default: false

meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Features created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Details of the user issuing this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new Features, and will be shown in Learnosity Author Site when viewing the history of changes on the Features.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Features.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Features.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created Features.

Maximum: 255 characters.

Example

{
    "item_references": ["4bb30393-1fef-403b-ac5b-153bc9d1caf8"]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1512636002
    },
    "data": {
        "4bb30393-1fef-403b-ac5b-153bc9d1caf8": {
            "aa205cc7-402a-48e5-9cff-460c9f02fc24": {
                "type": "mcq",
                "widget_type": "response",
                "reference": "ef0c22cb-0d3e-4d36-ab34-26e25d65f337",
                "data": {
                    "options": [
                        {
                            "label": "[Choice A]",
                            "value": "0"
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "[Choice B]",
                            "value": "1"
                        }
                    ],
                    "stimulus": "<p>[This is the stem.]</p>",
                    "type": "mcq",
                    "validation": {
                        "scoring_type": "exactMatch",
                        "valid_response": {
                            "score": 1,
                            "value": [
                                ""
                            ]
                        }
                    },
                    "ui_style": {
                        "type": "horizontal"
                    }
                },
                "metadata": {
                    "name": "Multiple choice – standard",
                    "template_reference": "9e8149bd-e4d8-4dd6-a751-1a113a4b9163"
                }
            }
        }
    }
}
*/

Retrieve Tags from your Item bank.

You would want to use this to retrieve specific Tags for use in your own application, for example.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tagging/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Tags.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

item_pool_id
string

Specifies the Item pool from which to retrieve the Tags.

limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

names
array[string]

A list of Tag names to retrieve.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by.

Possible values:

  • "sort_key": sort by Tag type, then by the Tags' sort_key value (as defined in the Author Site), and then finally by Tag name.
  • "created": sort by time created.
  • "updated": sort by time updated.

Default: updated

types
array[string]

Includes only the specified Tag type(s).

This is optional unless the sort_field is set to "sort_key", in which case at least one Tag type must be provided.

Example

{
    "types": [
        "course",
        "subject"
    ],
    "names": [
        "Math",
        "Advanced Math",
        "English"
    ],
    "sort_field": "updated",
    "limit": 2
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389193100,
        "records": 2,
        "next": "138919500.781"
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "type": "course",
            "name": "Math",
            "description": "Elementary math"
        },
        {
            "type": "course",
            "name": "English",
            "description": "English reading, writing, literature"
        }
    ]
}
*/

Creates or overwrites Tags in your Item bank.

You would want to use this to bulk create new Tags to assign to Items and Activities.

Important: existing Tags with the same type and name will be overwritten with the new values.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tagging/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
meta
object

(optional) A metadata object which will be applied to all Tags created in this request.

See below for supported attributes.

meta.user
object

(optional) Object. Contains user details of the user issuing the create or update operation in this request. The user details are recorded in the audit trail for each of the new or modified Tags.

Default: Manual User/Data GUI

meta.user.id
string

(mandatory) ID of the user issuing this request.

Important: If the ID provided does not exist, a new user will be created. If the ID provided already exists, then all the attributes provided (meta.user.firstname, meta.user.lastname, or meta.user.email) will overwrite the existing attributes.

Note: The user ID value is shown in the Learnosity Author Site audit trail if both meta.user.firstname and meta.user.lastname are not provided.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.firstname
string

(optional) First name of the user issuing the request. This first name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created or updated Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.lastname
string

(optional) Last name of the user issuing the request. This last name is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created or updated Tags.

Maximum: 50 characters.

meta.user.email
string

(optional) Email address of the user issuing the request. This email address is recorded in the audit trail for each of the created or updated Tags.

Maximum: 255 characters.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

tags
array[object]

An array of TagsV2 objects should be provided, each object representing a separate Tag type or Tag combination.

Maximum: 1000 TagsV2 objects.

tags[].description
string

A longer description for the Tag.

This may be provided as null which will unset the value. When this is omitted, the description field will remain unchanged.

tags[].name
string

(mandatory) The Tag name.

tags[].sort_key
integer

The display order of the Tag as set up in the Author Site.

tags[].type
string

(mandatory) The Tag type.

Example

{
    "tags": [
        {
            "type": "course",
            "name": "Common Core",
            "sort_key": 1,
            "description": "common core subjects"
        },
        {
            "type": "subject",
            "name": "Maths",
            "sort_key": 3,
            "description": "mathematics"
        },
        {
            "type": "subject",
            "name": "English",
            "sort_key": 2,
            "description": "English literature and comprehension"
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1396235761
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Retreives the hierarchy of Tag types for the specified hierarchy references.

You would want to use this to retrieve specific Tag hierarchies for use in your own application, for example.

Note: each returned Tag type represents one level of the hierarchy. Each Tag within a level is considered as a "node".

See How Do Tag Hierarchies Work? for more information.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tagging/hierarchies
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve the Tag Hierarchies from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

references
array[string]

A list of hierarchy references to retrieve.

Example

{
    "references": [ "TagHierarchyTest" ],
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1490241998,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference": "TagHierarchyTest",
            "tag_types": [
                {
                    "name": "author",
                    "description": null
                },
                {
                    "name": "subject",
                    "description": null
                },
                {
                    "name": "course",
                    "description": null
                },
                {
                    "name": "questiontype",
                    "description": null
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}
*/

Retrieves the next node in a Tag hierarchy from your Item bank.

You would want to use this to retrieve specific Tag hierarchy nodes for use in your own application, for example.

See How Do Tag Hierarchies Work? for more information.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tagging/hierarchies/nodes
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve the Tag hierarchy nodes from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

path
array[TagsV2]

An ordered array of TagsV2 objects.

reference
string

The reference of the Tag hierarchy to get nodes for.

Example

{
    "reference": "TagHierarchyTest",
    "path": [
      { "type": "author",   "name": "J.D. Salinger" },
      { "type": "subject",  "name": "English" }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1482285520,
        "records": 2
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "type": "course",
            "name": "commoncore",
            "description": "Common Core"
        },
        {
            "type": "course",
            "name": "example course",
        }
    [
}
*/

Retrieve a list of Item pools for the specified Item bank.

You would want to use this to see all available Item pools for your Item bank and retrieve content from the desired Item pool.

See Using Item Pools to Create Content Snapshots for more information.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/pools
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Item pools from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

limit
integer

Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

next
string

A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

references
array[string]

A list of Item pool references to retrieve.

sort
string

Determines response sorting.

Possible values:

  • "asc": ascending, or
  • "desc": descending.

Default: "desc"

sort_field
string

Specifies the field to sort the results by.

Possible values:

  • "created": sort by time created, or
  • "updated": sort by time updated.

Default: created.

status
array[string]

Includes Item pools by their statuses.

Possible values:

  • "published",
  • "unpublished",
  • "pending", or
  • "halted".

Default: all statuses.

Example

{
    "references": ["ela-district-a"]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389193100,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": {
        "reference": "ela-district-a",
        "description": "Content pool for ELA District A",
        "name": "ELA 2015 District A",
        "status": "published",
        "dt_created": 2015-01-08T07:34:00Z,
        "dt_updated": 2015-01-08T07:34:00Z
    }
}
*/

Create new Item pools for the specified Item bank.

You would want to use this to create a new Item pool based on specific Items, Activities, or Items and Activities that have specific Tags.

See Using Item Pools to Create Content Snapshots for more information.

This endpoint will create a job to be completed asynchronously which can be polled for, using the GET jobs endpoint and the returned job_reference to check the status of the job.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/pools
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Returns A JSON object containing a job_reference that can be used against the jobs endpoint to track the completion of the (asynchronous) request.
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

pools
array[object]

A list of Item pools to create.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 Item pool definitions.

pools[].reference
string

The unique Item pool reference.

pools[].name
string

A human readable name used to identify the Item pool.

pools[].content
object

Configuration for Items and/or Activities to add to the Item pool. The content must contain at least one valid entry.

See below for supported attributes.

pools[].content.item_references
array[string]

Item references to add to the pool.

pools[].content.activity_references
array[string]

Activity references to add to the pool.

pools[].content.tags
array[TagsV2|object]

Includes Items and Activities which have been assigned to specific Tags or Tag combinations to be added into the Item pool.

See Understanding Tag Formats for Content Creation and Filtering for more information.

There are two modes of operation for specifying Tags:

  • Simple: a list of TagsV2 objects.
    For each Tag:
    • the type attribute is mandatory, and
    • the name attribute is optional.
  • Advanced: each entry can consist of an array of filtering options for required_tags and additional_tags. See below attributes for more information.
pools[].content.tags[].required_tags
array[TagsV2]

(mandatory) A list of TagsV2 objects, in which the content must be tagged with all Tags in the array.

pools[].content.tags[].additional_tags
array[TagsV2]

(optional) A list of TagsV2 objects, in which the content must be tagged with at least one Tag in the array.

pools[].content.item_tags
array[TagsV2]

The same as pools[].content.tags, but only matching Items will be added using this Tag list.

pools[].content.activity_tags
array[TagsV2]

The same as pools[].content.tags, but only matching Activities will be added using this Tag list.

Note All Items associated with the matching Activities will be added regardless.

pools[].status
string

The publishing status of the Item pool.

Possible values:

  • "published"
  • "unpublished"

Default: "published"

pools[].overwrite
boolean

(optional) Overwrite the Item pool if the Item pool reference already exists.

Default: false

pools[].ignore_empty_additional_tags
boolean

(optional) Controls whether content matching the additional_tags must return at least one result when using the advanced Tag combinations.

By default, if there are no matches from the specified additional_tags, the required_tags matches will be ignored and no results will be returned. Set this option to true to override this functionality and always include results that match the required_tags.

Default: false

pools[].set_unpublished_to_published
boolean

(optional) Set all content to published when added to the Item pool.

By default, unpublished content cannot be added to Item pools. You can use this to include content regardless of its publishing status.

Default: false

pools[].description
string

(optional) A description of the Item pool. This description only appears when retrieving Item pools using the GET /itembank/pools endpoint.

Example

{
    "pools": [
        {
          "reference": "new_test_pool",
          "name": "New test pool",
          "description": "This is a test pool",
          "content": {
            "item_references": [
                "dataapi_test_001"
            ],
            "activity_references": [
              "CCASWinter14G06AVE"
            ],
            "tags": [
              {
                "type": "course",
                "name" : "commoncore"
              }
            ]
          }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389178000,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "pool_reference": "new_test_pool",
            "job_reference": "987y12nflkdv"
        }
    ]
}
*/

/*
* Advanced Tag combination example.
*
* The below Tag combinations example will add:
*   1) any content tagged with all tagnames of tagtype "course"
*   2) any content tagged with:
*        (foo: bar AND baz: *) AND (qux: quux OR corge: * OR grault: garply)
*/
{
    "pools": [
        {
          "reference": "new_test_pool",
          "name": "New test pool",
          "description": "This is a test pool",
          "content": {
            "tags": [
              {
                "type": "course"
                // Tag name is optional
              },
              {
                "required_tags": [
                  {
                    "type": "foo",
                    "name": "bar"
                  },
                  {
                    "type": "baz"
                    // Tag name is also optional in advanced Tag usage
                  }
                ],
                "additional_tags": [
                  {
                    "type": "qux",
                    "name": "quux"
                  },
                  {
                    "type": "corge"
                  },
                  {
                    "type": "grault",
                    "name": "garply"
                  }
                ]
              }
            ]
          }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389193100,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
          "pool_reference": "new_test_pool",
          "job_reference": "54fcffa26610"
        }
    ]
}
*/

Update existing Item pools to add or overwrite content.

You would want to use this to make amendments or corrections to existing Item pools.

Note Items pools are designed to be a snapshot of an Item bank. For large changes, it is highly recommended to create a new Item pool instead of modifying an existing Item pool. This reduces the risk of making unintended changes to live assessments.

See Using Item Pools to Create Content Snapshots for more information.

This endpoint will create a job to be completed asynchronously which can be polled for, using the GET jobs endpoint and the returned job_reference to check the status of the job.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/pools
HTTP Method POST
Action Type update
Returns A JSON object containing a job_reference that can be used against the jobs endpoint to track the completion of the (asynchronous) request.
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

pools
array[object]

A list of Item pools to create.

See below for supported attributes.

Maximum: 50 Item pool definitions.

pools[].reference
string

The unique Item pool reference.

pools[].name
string

A human readable name used to identify the Item pool.

pools[].content
object

Configuration for Items and/or Activities to add to the Item pool. The content must contain at least one valid entry.

See below for supported attributes.

pools[].content.item_references
array[string]
Item references to add to the pool.
pools[].content.activity_references
array[string]
Activity references to add to the pool.
pools[].content.tags
array[TagsV2|object]

Includes Items and Activities which have been assigned to specific Tags or Tag combinations for the Item pool.

See Understanding Tag Formats for Content Creation and Filtering for more information.

There are two modes of operation for specifying Tags:

  • Simple: a list of TagsV2 objects.
    For each Tag:
    • the type attribute is mandatory, and
    • the name attribute is optional.
  • Advanced: each entry can consist of an array of filtering options for required_tags and additional_tags. See below attributes for more information.
pools[].content.tags[].required_tags
array[TagsV2]

(mandatory) A list of TagsV2 objects, in which the content must be tagged with all Tags in the array.

pools[].content.tags[].additional_tags
array[TagsV2]

(optional) A list of TagsV2 objects, in which the content must be tagged with at least one Tag in the array.

pools[].content.item_tags
array[TagsV2]

The same as pools[].content.tags, but only matching Items will be added using this Tag list.

pools[].content.activity_tags
array[TagsV2]

The same as pools[].content.tags, but only matching Activities will be added using this Tag list.

Note All Items associated with the matching Activities will be added regardless.

pools[].status
string

The publishing status of the Item pool.

Possible values:

  • "published"
  • "unpublished"

Default: "published"

pools[].set_unpublished_to_published
boolean

(optional) Set all content to published when added to the Item pool.

By default, unpublished content cannot be added to Item pools. You can use this to include content regardless of its publishing status.

Default: false

pools[].overwrite
boolean

Controls whether to only update Items and Activities that already exist in the Item pool.

When set to true, only the existing Item pool objects listed in pools[].content will be overwritten with the latest content in the Item bank.

Default: false

Example

{
    "pools": [
        {
          "reference": "new_test_pool",
          "name": "Updated test pool",
          "description": "This is a test pool",
          "content": {
            "item_references": [
              "dataapi_test_001"
            ],
            "activity_references": [
              "CCASWinter14G06AVE"
            ],
            "tags": [
              {
                "type": "course",
                "name" : "commoncore"
              }
            ]
          }
        }
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1440467404
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "pool_reference": "new_test_pool",
            "job_reference": "8f49db43-0d54-4fc5-8154-a721b0334898"
        }
    ]
}
*/

Upload assets directly to Learnosity cloud storage in bulk.

This endpoint generates a set of pre-signed upload URLs (one per asset requested), which can then be used to upload the asset files themselves. The upload is done by sending an HTTP PUT request to each of the signed URLs.

The endpoint also returns the public URLs for each file so that you can retrieve the uploaded assets.

The endpoint detects the media type (MIME type) for each file based on the filename extension, for example, image/jpeg for .jpg, image/png for .png. You can override or directly specify the media type if required.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/upload/assets
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
subkeys
array[string]

A list of the desired names for the assets. These names (or "subkeys") are used in the resulting path of the assets' public URL.

The following characters are forbidden in the asset's name:

  • leading or trailing forward slash (/),
  • backslash (\),
  • path elements that are either . or ..,
  • consecutive slashes (//), or
  • empty strings.
subkey_types
object

(optional) Specifies the media types for the files that can't be auto-detected.

Each file is listed as a key which corresponds to an entry in the subkeys list and the values are media types.

This can be used to indicate the required media type for files which:

  • Have no filename extension, or
  • Have a filename extension or media type that is not in Learnosity's default mappings.

Every key in this object must exactly match an element in the subkeys array.

organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank for uploading assets.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Response

This endpoint returns an array of objects, where each object represents one of the files to be uploaded. Each object contains the following keys:

  • "upload": the URL for a PUT request to upload a file. This URL is accessible for a limited time (60 minutes) after which it expires and can no longer be used.
  • "public": the final publicly accessible URL for the file. This URL can be used as soon as the file upload is completed.
  • "content_type": the specified or inferred media type for this resource. This value must be included as the Content-Type header in the PUT request to the upload URL.

After retrieving signed upload URLs from this endpoint, files can be uploaded by sending PUT requests to those URLs.

This can be performed using a curl call, or a HTTP client of your choice. For example, the following command will upload a sample JPEG file called content1.jpg from a curl-enabled terminal to a pre-signed URL:

$ curl --request PUT \
--header "Expect: 100-continue" \
--header "Content-Type: image/jpeg" \
--data-binary "@content1.jpg" \
"https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/path/to/content1.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJB5XQL2VQTD4KG6Q&Expires=1485323666&Signature=uULtl3Yqh1UVxX6RxhCDVprxqqg%3D&x-amz-acl=public-read"

When making the PUT request:

  • Set the Content-Type header to the appropriate content_type value provided by the endpoint for its subkey.
  • Set the Expect: 100-continue header if your HTTP client supports it, to avoid transmitting unnecessary data in certain error cases. See the Expect-continue handshake optimisation introduced in HTTP 1.1.

Note Since this is a PUT operation, if a signed URL is generated for an existing asset key, uploading a file will overwrite any existing content.

The signed upload URLs will expire 60 minutes after they're issued. If one or more signed URLs have expired, call this endpoint again to obtain new upload URLs.

The request will fail if the Content-Type header is omitted, or if it is not set to the exact value provided in the response from the endpoint for the corresponding subkey.

Example

{
        "organisation_id": 1,
        "subkeys": [
            "path/to/content1.jpg",
            "path/to/content2.jpg",
            "other/content3.jpg",
            "other/legacy_content"
        ],
        "subkey_types": {
            "other/legacy_content": "image/png"
        }
    }

    /* Example Response:
    {
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1485320066,
        "records": 3
    },
    "data": [{
            "upload": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/path/to/content1.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJB5XQL2VQTD4KG6Q&Expires=1485323666&Signature=uULtl3Yqh1UVxX6RxhCDVprxqqg%3D&x-amz-acl=public-read",
            "public": "//assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/path/to/content1.jpg",
            "content_type": "image/jpeg"
        },
        {
            "upload": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/path/to/content2.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJB5XQL2VQTD4KG6Q&Expires=1485323666&Signature=IrUFv0HqVSX7c0KiiQmBTuPMjds%3D&x-amz-acl=public-read",
            "public": "//assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/path/to/content2.jpg",
            "content_type": "image/jpeg"
        },
        {
            "upload": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/other/content3.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJB5XQL2VQTD4KG6Q&Expires=1485323666&Signature=X%2BfVesr8am%2FTcmlBnyT3RpWOigY%3D&x-amz-acl=public-read",
            "public": "//assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/other/content3.jpg",
            "content_type": "image/jpeg"
        },
        {
            "upload": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/other/legacy_content?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJB5XQL2VQTD4KG6Q&Expires=1485323666&Signature=X%2BfVesr8am%2FTcmlBnyT3RpWOigY%3D&x-amz-acl=public-read",
            "public": "//assets.learnosity.com/organisations/1/other/legacy_content",
            "content_type": "image/png"
        }
    ]
}
*/

Download all content in assessment from your Item bank for offline use in a local device. The content from this endpoint is used in the Learnosity local device assessment app.

Note: This is an enterprise product. Contact Learnosity Support for more information.

This endpoint will create a job to be completed asynchronously which can be polled for, using the GET jobs endpoint and the returned job_reference to check the status of the job.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/offlinepackage
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Returns

A JSON object containing a job_reference that can be used against the jobs endpoint to track the completion of the (asynchronous) request.

The jobs endpoint (with job_reference) will include a download URI to the local device assessment content package.

Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

Specifies the Item bank to retrieve content from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

activity_references
array[string]

A list of Activity references to include in the local device package.

Default: 1000 Activity references.

items
array[object]

A list of ItemObjects to be packaged.

item_references
array[string]

Deprecated

A list of Item references to be packaged.

Maximum: 1000 references.

base_directory
string

(optional) Specify the base directory for all content and assets.

Default: "/vendor/itembank"

Example

{
    "items": [
        {
            "id": "item_reference_1",
            "reference": "item_reference_1"
        },
        {
            "id": "item_reference_2",
            "reference": "item_reference_2",
            "organisation_id": 1
        }
    ],
    "activity_references": [
        "activity_reference_1"
    ]
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389193100,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "job_reference": "69fe1753-dec5-43d3-9b83-e2b87e1d8ffa"
        }
    ]
}
*/

Retrieve all of the Item review workflows available for the specified Item bank.

You would want to use this to inspect the all of the rules applied to a specific workflow.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/workflows
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

(optional) Specifies the Item bank to retrieve workflows from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

limit
integer

(optional) Restricts the number of records returned.

Default: 50 records.

next
string

(optional) A token used to request the next page of results.

After making an initial request, if it would produce a result set larger than the specified limit, the return packet will include a token in meta.next. Pass the token provided by meta.next along with the original request parameters to retrieve the next page of results.

references
array[string]

(optional) Includes specific workflow references.

Maximum: 1000 workflow references.

Example

{
    "request": {
        "references": [
            "Default workflow"
        ]
    }
}

/* Example Response
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1583988357,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "reference": "Default workflow",
            "initial_state_reference": "DRAFT",
            "final_state_reference": "APPROVED",
            "description": "Default workflow description",
            "workflow_states": [
                {
                    "reference": "APPROVED",
                    "description": "APPROVED STATE",
                    "label": "APPROVED",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "label": "APPROVED TO REVIEW",
                            "to_state_label": "REVIEW",
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "BLOCKED",
                    "description": "BLOCKED STATE",
                    "label": "BLOCKED",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "label": "BLOCKED TO REVIEW",
                            "to_state_label": "REVIEW",
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "BLOCKED TO REWORK",
                            "to_state_label": "REWORK",
                            "to_state_reference": "REWORK",
                            "display_order": 2
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "BLOCKED TO DRAFT",
                            "to_state_label": "DRAFT",
                            "to_state_reference": "DRAFT",
                            "display_order": 3
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "DRAFT",
                    "description": "DRAFT STATE",
                    "label": "Draft",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "label": "DRAFT TO REVIEW",
                            "to_state_label": "REVIEW",
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "DRAFT TO BLOCKED",
                            "to_state_label": "BLOCKED",
                            "to_state_reference": "BLOCKED",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "REVIEW",
                    "description": "REVIEW STATE",
                    "label": "REVIEW",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "label": "REVIEW TO APPROVED",
                            "to_state_label": "APPROVED",
                            "to_state_reference": "APPROVED",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "REVIEW TO REWORK",
                            "to_state_label": "REWORK",
                            "to_state_reference": "REWORK",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "REWORK",
                    "description": "REWORK STATE",
                    "label": "REWORK",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "label": "REWORK TO REVIEW",
                            "to_state_label": "REVIEW",
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "label": "REWORK TO BLOCKED",
                            "to_state_label": "BLOCKED",
                            "to_state_reference": "BLOCKED",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}
*/

Create a new Item review workflow for the specified Item bank.

You would want to use this to set up a new Item review workflow so that your content creators can collaborate as desired.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/workflows
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

(optional) Specifies the Item bank to update.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

workflows
array[object]

(mandatory) A list of the workflows to create.

Maximum: 50 workflows.

See below for supported attributes.

workflows[].reference
string

(mandatory) The unique reference for the workflow.

Once created, this workflow reference can be used in the Author API initialization options to enable the workflow states.

Maximum: 150 ASCII characters.

Note: double quotes, single quotes, and accent characters are not allowed.

workflows[].description
string

(optional) A description of the workflow. This description only appears when retrieving workflows using the GET /itembank/workflows endpoint.

Maximum: 1000 characters.

workflows[].initial_state_reference
string

(mandatory) The starting state of the workflow.

This reference must match one of the state references provided in workflows[].workflow_states[].

Maximum: 150 characters.

Note: The reference is case sensitive.

workflows[].final_state_reference
string

(mandatory) The ending state of the workflow.

This reference must match one of the state references provided in workflows[].workflow_states[].

Maximum: 150 characters.

Note: The reference is case sensitive.

workflows[].workflow_states
array[object]

(mandatory) A list of each separate state for the workflow.

See below for supported attributes.

workflows[].workflow_states[].reference
string

(mandatory) The unique reference for the state.

Maximum: 150 characters.

Note: The reference is case sensitive.

workflows[].workflow_states[].description
string

(optional) The description of the state.

Maximum: 1000 characters.

workflows[].workflow_states[].label
string

(mandatory) A human readable label for the state shown in the user interface.

Maximum: 150 characters.

workflows[].workflow_states[].
workflow_transitions
array[object]

(mandatory) Define all the states for the workflow.

See below for supported attributes to define each state.

workflows[].workflow_states[].
workflow_transitions[].to_state_reference
string

(mandatory) The next state reference that the current state can progress to.

This reference must match one of the state references provided in workflows[].workflow_states[].

Maximum: 150 characters.

Note: The reference is case sensitive.

workflows[].workflow_states[].
workflow_transitions[].display_order
integer

(mandatory) Set the display order for this state.

The state transitions are numerically sorted in the user interface, from smallest to largest, where the smallest appears on top. For example, when you have five states numbered from one to five, one will appear first in the list of states.

Example

{
"request": {
    "workflows": [
        {
            "reference": "Default workflow",
            "initial_state_reference": "DRAFT",
            "final_state_reference": "APPROVED",
            "description": "Default workflow description TEST1",
            "workflow_states": [
                {
                    "reference": "DRAFT",
                    "description": "DRAFT STATE",
                    "label": "DRAFT",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "BLOCKED",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "BLOCKED",
                    "description": "BLOCKED STATE",
                    "label": "BLOCKED",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REWORK",
                            "display_order": 2
                        },
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "DRAFT",
                            "display_order": 3
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "REWORK",
                    "description": "REWORK STATE",
                    "label": "REWORK",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "BLOCKED",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "REVIEW",
                    "description": "REVIEW STATE",
                    "label": "REVIEW",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "APPROVED",
                            "display_order": 1
                        },
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REWORK",
                            "display_order": 2
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "reference": "APPROVED",
                    "description": "APPROVED STATE",
                    "label": "APPROVED",
                    "workflow_transitions": [
                        {
                            "to_state_reference": "REVIEW",
                            "display_order": 1
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1583990495
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Retrieve all Activity assessment player templates for a specific Item bank.

You would want to use this to retrieve all assessment player templates to review the layout, settings, and label bundles which have been configured.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/playertemplates
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
integer

(optional) Specifies the Item bank to retrieve Activity player templates from.

The API consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be checked via the API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Default: the primary Item bank associated with the API consumer.

Example

// No parameters applicable. The endpoint always returns all Activity player templates.
{}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1633504859,
        "records": 1
    },
    "data": [
        {
            "name": "Test Player Template",
            "reference": "980fe27e-b0e4-4b18-bb32-f036921ca1ea",
            "json": {
                "regions": {
                    "top-left": [
                        { "type": "title_element" },
                        { "type": "save_button" }
                    ],
                    "top-right": [
                        {
                            "type": "pause_button",
                            "position": "right"
                        },
                        { "type": "timer_element" },
                        { "type": "reading_timer_element" },
                        { "type": "itemcount_element" }
                    ],
                    "right": [
                        { "type": "verticaltoc_element" },
                        { "type": "fullscreen_button" },
                        { "type": "reviewscreen_button" },
                        { "type": "resource_button" },
                        { "type": "accessibility_button" },
                        { "type": "calculator_button" },
                        { "type": "flagitem_button" },
                        { "type": "notepad_button" },
                        { "type": "stickynote_add_button" },
                        { "type": "stickynote_visibility_button" },
                        { "type": "drawing_mode_button" },
                        { "type": "drawing_visibility_button" }
                    ],
                    "bottom-right": [
                        { "type": "next_button" },
                        { "type": "previous_button" }
                    ],
                    "items": [
                        {
                            "type": "slider_element",
                            "scrollable_option": false
                        }
                    ]
                },
                "labelBundle": {
                    "actionsave": "Commit"
                },
                "custom_data": {
                    "custom_key": "some_value"
                }
            }
        }
    ]
}
*/

This has been superseded by get /itembank/tagging/tags.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
v2019.2.LTS or later
integer

Returns content from the Item bank with the supplied ID.

The consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be ensured via API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

item_pool_id
string

Returns content from an Item pool instead of the Item bank.

tags
array

Array of Tag strings.

types
array

Array of Tag type strings.

Example

{
    "types": ["course", "subject"],
    "tags": ["English", "Maths"],
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1389193100
    },
    "data": {
        "subject": [
            "English",
            "Maths"
        ]
    }
}
*/

This has been superseded by set /itembank/tagging/tags.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/tags
HTTP Method POST
Action Type set
Parameter Description
organisation_id
v2019.2.LTS or later
integer

Sets content to the Item bank with the supplied ID.

The consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be ensured via API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

tags
object
TagsV2 object

The maximum number of distinct Tag types permitted in the TagsV2 object is 1000.

Example

{
    "tags": {
        "course": [
            "Common Core"
        ],
        "subject": [
            "maths",
            "english"
        ]
    }
}

/* Example Response:
{
    "meta": {
        "status": true,
        "timestamp": 1396235761
    },
    "data": []
}
*/

Activity Base Templates have been deprecated in favor of Player Templates - migrate and use get /itembank/playertemplates instead for LTS versions higher than v2022.1.LTS. See migration guide for more information.

No parameters (bar Organisation ID) applicable. The endpoint always returns all Activity base templates.

Endpoint /[LTS_VERSION]/itembank/activities/templates
HTTP Method POST
Action Type get
Parameter Description
organisation_id
v2019.2.LTS or later
integer

Returns content from the Item bank with the supplied ID.

The consumer making the request will need to have access to the Item bank. This access can be ensured via API consumers configuration in the Learnosity Console.

Example

// No parameters applicable. The endpoint always returns all Activity templates.
    {}

    /* Example Response:
            {
                "meta": {
                    "status": true,
                    "timestamp": 1408491907,
                    "records": 3
                },
                "data": [
                    {
                        "reference": "BASETEMPLATE_1",
                        "data": {
                            "config": {
                                "ui_style": "main",
                                "navigation": {
                                    "show_title": true,
                                    "show_itemcount": true,
                                    "show_fullscreencontrol": false,
                                    "toc": true,
                                    "auto_save": {
                                        "save_interval_duration": 300
                                    }
                                }
                            }
                        },
                        "description": "base_1",
                        "status": "archived"
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "BASETEMPLATE_2",
                        "data": {
                            "config": {
                                "ui_style": "main",
                                "navigation": {
                                    "show_title": true,
                                    "toc": true
                                },
                                "title": "base_2 title",
                                "subtitle": "base_2 subtitle"
                            }
                        },
                        "description": "base_2",
                        "status": "published"
                    },
                    {
                        "reference": "BASETEMPLATE_3",
                        "data": {
                            "config": {
                                "ui_style": "horizontal",
                                "navigation": {
                                    "show_title": false,
                                    "toc": false
                                },
                                "title": "base_3 title",
                                "subtitle": "base_3 subtitle"
                            }
                        },
                        "description": "base_3",
                        "status": "published"
                    }
                ]
            }
            */
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