This article is Part in a series of how to use latitude and longitude (geolocation) in xAPI. If you have not yet viewed the introduction and how to setup Google Maps , please head on over to Capture Latitude and Longitude with xAPI (GeoLocation) and save to Learning Record Store Part 1 or Part 2.
As I continue to learn more about xAPI I’m discovering how flexible xAPI can be. This article is a three part series based on using Latitude and Longitude coordinates in xAPI. The articles will cover why you would use geolocation and some applications for it’s use. It will also cover what you need to know
As part of the development and introduction of xAPI into a large organisation, it can always be a challenge to provide the benefits. I’d like to share with you how I used xAPI with Articulate Storyline 360, published as SCORM and being delivered via a Learning Management System (LMS). The Learning Record Store (LRS) is
Understanding how the Experience API (xAPI sometimes known as Tin-Can API) is structured is the first hurdle to knowing just how flexible and powerful the xAPI can be. When you look at the structure of an xAPI statement, there are three main sections that will get you started: Actor : Verb : Object The ACTOR
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 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.
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
Understanding how the Experience API (xAPI sometimes known as Tin-Can API) is structured is the first hurdle to knowing just how flexible and powerful the xAPI can be. If you consider this: you have a Learning Management System (LMS) as part of your Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and you want to know WHAT, WHERE, WHEN