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What is the plan for DISC, xAPI, and ADL?

MakingBetter

Towards the end of last year, our big announcement was the formation of the not-for-profit Consortium formed to handle the governance and address the evolution of xAPI with/for ADL. doesn’t require ADL’s permission for us to do this. All the same, ADL’s done an amazing job stewarding xAPI through its R&D roots to now and to whatever degree we can work in concert with ADL (and US DoD, by extension) it’s to our collective benefit to do so.

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Mike Rustici – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

How do you look at such data security concerns? Tin Can doesn’t change that, and the same privacy and security practices that apply to any other industry apply equally to us. Learnnovators: As we understand, the real power of Experience API lies in its ability to work in conjunction with other data analytics systems and services. What are some of these systems and services that need to evolve along with Experience API in order to leverage the power of this standard?

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MIKE RUSTICI – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

How do you look at such data security concerns? Tin Can doesn’t change that, and the same privacy and security practices that apply to any other industry apply equally to us. Learnnovators: As we understand, the real power of Experience API lies in its ability to work in conjunction with other data analytics systems and services. What are some of these systems and services that need to evolve along with Experience API in order to leverage the power of this standard?

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Building the Next Generation of SCORM

Integrated Learnings

Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) is leading the effort for the next generation of SCORM. It has challenges including security/privacy complexity, verb and activity definitions, and reporting complexities in the LRS. Integrated Learning Services, Inc. This eLearning blog is brought to you by Integrated Learning Services , an eLearning design & development company. by Jonathan Shoaf. Last Thursday was the kick off of project Tin Can.

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xAPI, LRS – The Interview

eLearning 24-7

Aaron, can you tell me a little bit about your background and how you became involved with ADL? Two months after my layoff, a company called CTC recruited me to work for ADL. I worked with ADL from 2003-2006 and participated in the Technical Working Group afterwards. This work informed the conversations with several current and former ADL friends. Project Tin Can” was the name Rustici Software came up with to describe the work ADL contracted them to do.

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Standard Options Apply

MakingBetter

Some in the LTSC are very familiar with the European Union’s policies on privacy, security, data ownership and the rights of individuals in digital spaces. That we can use web services and describe a consistent (albeit imperfect) approach to handling offline activity and syncing localized activity data back to an LRS… this is a huge advancement beyond what we’ve done with SCORM — even as we acknowledge that it doesn’t replace SCORM.

Top 11 Disruptive E-Learning Technologies For 2013

Learnnovators

Tin Can API is a new and evolving learning technology specification (from ADL – the SCORM people). Though wearable devices such as Google Glass are raising privacy concerns presently, it promises a multitude of new learning opportunities for future learners. Here is an interesting infographic (from Interactive Services) that depicts the future of mobile learning: • [link].

TOP 11 DISRUPTIVE E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES FOR 2013

Learnnovators

Tin Can API is a new and evolving learning technology specification (from ADL – the SCORM people). It could track only formal learning activities (and not informal learning experiences) • It does not support platform transitions (such as computer to mobile) • It has limitations in sequencing, interoperability, and ensuring security of the learning content. Here is an interesting infographic (from Interactive Services) that depicts the future of mobile learning: • [link].