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The What, How and Why of xAPI in Corporate Learning

WhatFix

Think of learning experiences as an ocean of puzzle pieces scattered everywhere. who serves as the Director of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, aptly put it ‘xAPI helps us put the puzzle together’. This attempt to routinely piece together the individual’s ‘learning puzzle’ is key to a more intuitive and agile future of learning. But What is xAPI Really? So, in 2013, the developers of SCORM released xAPI (also known as Tin Can).

A Word(le) about 2021

Rustici Software

Of course we had to create a new, dedicated Slack channel after the thread got way out of hand, and we learned there’s no limit in the number of replies a post can have. We sit in a pretty unique place within the learning tech industry. Growth and dependency on learning tech continues.

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Learning Record Store (LRS) Guide: Basics You Need to Know

KnowledgeAnywhere

Enter, a Learning Record Store. In this blog, we’ll go over its’ basic definition, its’ history, pros and cons of an LRS, and how it differentiates from a Learning Management System (LMS). What is a Learning Record Store (LRS)?

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SCORM 101: The Definitive Guide to Choose a SCORM Compliant LMS

learnWorlds

From learning what SCORM is to explaining why it’s important and how to use it for your courses, this is the complete guide to SCORM for eLearning. 4 Choosing the Right Learning Management System (LMS). Choosing a SCORM Compliant Learning Management System (LMS).

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The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

From Agile to xAPI and everything in between, there are a lot of eLearning terms to get your head around. Active Learning. Active learning is a strategy focused on encouraging learners to actively participate in training. Examples of active learning activities include practical tasks and problem-solving conducted in small groups. It’s a five-phase framework that instructional designers use; a guideline for building effective training and learning support tools.