By using xAPI to gather data from other sources, you’re equipped to provide relevant suggestions. This is where adaptive learning and microlearning come into the picture, but these topics are for another article.
The final part of the Edx course on MicroMasters Instructional Design and Technology was to develop a course. If you’ve been following, you would’ve seen a few articles on Experience API (xAPI). My final capstone project was to develop a course that could be run over a 2-3 week period. In true sharing fashion, the
Continuing on with sharing resources created in a recent course I completed on edX, here is an example of using the H5P Branching Scenario. This examples was the final project in the module on digital media, new tools and technology and incorporated some of the other resources developed in the course. Click on Start the course
Continuing on with sharing resources created in a recent course I completed on edX, here is a short video introducing how the Learning Record Store (LRS) plays a part in Experience API (xAPI). For what it’s worth, I had to rationalise what software I used and had to include screenrecoding. I used Articulate Storyboard 360 to
Continuing on with sharing resources created in a recent course I completed on edX, here is a short video introducing xAPI in under 5 minutes.
Recently I’ve been completing the edX course on a Micro Masters in Instructional Design and Technology As I work through the modules I’ll start sharing some of the resources I’ve developed. I’ve focused a lot on xAPI and introducing users to what it can do. Below are two infographics developed titled xAPI in a Nutshell.
As I often go searching for articles and examples on xAPI (Experience API or Tin-Can API), I figured others may benefit from a list of resources that may also help you getting to grips with xAPI.
Is your LMS dated and only supporting SCORM 1.2 and 2004 and not xAPI? If you’re reading this, then chances are you already know how little learning data is captured when using SCORM. So how can capture xAPI data in an LMS that only supports SCORM? This can be achieved using a little bit of
I came across this article shared via LinkedIn from Guroo Producer and wanted to share. It’s a brilliant article and tool for understanding what xAPI is and how it works. Have a look a look below, or click here to visit the site.
As I delve more in to the world of xAPI and gain a higher level of understand as well as it’s full potential, Data Driven Learning Design, based on Data Driven Body Language has crept into many of my searches. This is a concept conceived by Lori Niles-Hofmann and to me, makes absolute perfect sense,