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Capture Latitude and Longitude with xAPI (GeoLocation) and save to Learning Record Store [Part 3]

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.

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Capture Latitude and Longitude with xAPI (GeoLocation) and save to Learning Record Store [Part 1]

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

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xAPI Best Practices from Learning Solutions

Scrolling through LinkedIn today showed an awesome article written by Jason Haag on Learning Solutions that is well worth a read and needed to be shared. The article looks at 10 best practice methods that should be adopted when developing and sending xAPI statements and in particular, using the Context Extensions to gather richer more

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How to capture xAPI statements from a Video

Recently along with Peter Hawkins of the Australian xAPI User Group, I presented at a Local event for the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) QLD/NT Council on an introduction to xAPI and a real time demo of how xAPI can be used with a Video. The concept was to show, in almost real

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Open Course: Introduction to Experience API (xAPI)

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

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eLearning, xAPI and Data Driven Design

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,

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Understanding an xAPI Statement

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

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