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xAPI Camp – DevLearn 2015 is ONE DAY AWAY

MakingBetter

The first xAPI Camp at DevLearn, the first of four events we’re putting on hosted by The eLearning Guild , is nigh upon us. The Guild helped us launch xAPI at mLearnCon back in 2012 and they have been a steadfast supporter of xAPI. Last year was the first year there was an official xAPI Track at DevLearn and, together, we are upping that ante again (…in Vegas). We may even be doing karaoke Tuesday night, after xAPI Camp, because that is how we roll.

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xAPI, JTBD, LTG: Abbreviated Insight into Tim Martin’s ATD TechKnowledge and Learning Technologies Presence

Rustici Software

Tim Martin is acting as our fearless leader as he presents two sessions at ATD TechKnowledge –one about xAPI and one about Jobs to be Done (JTBD)–in San Jose and attends Learning Technologies in London. A Learner Report that includes attachments associated with an xAPI course.

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The Best of e-Learning in November

Trivantis

There’s a lot to be thankful for this week; we’re thankful for all our awesome Lectora® users! Free eLearning Template: A Lectora Page Layout. Download this free Lectora page layout template from the eLearning Brothers. Exhibitor and Sponsor Spaces Open at the 2015 Lectora User Conference. Show off your products and services as an exhibitor or sponsor of the 2015 Lectora User Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. . A Case for the Mini Case Study.

The Best of eLearning in June 2015

Trivantis

These work great with Lectora® Inspire, hint hint. 2015 Lectora User Conference Recap by Donald H Taylor. xAPI and Analytics: Measuring Your Way to Success. Take a look at this fictional case study for more info.

The DevLearn eLearning Rockstar Stage Reveal

eLearning Brothers

Why xAPI? or Why Should I Care About xAPI? How the Experience API (xAPI) is an enabler. Technology discussed in this session: Experience API (xAPI), games, simulations, and HTML5. About the importance of video analytics. About successful case studies.

Vision 2016 - An Interview with Todd Kasenberg

Raptivity

I think we will see more thinking emerge about how the Experience API (xAPI or Tin Can) can enable informal learning, and how things like impromptu search-based study, so much a part of our lives, can be connected to a learning record store. Learning analytics: how would that evolve in the next year? For now, I’ve been comfortable with an analytics approach that collects data from learners before a formal learning encounter.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

So, a lot of background in qualitative and quantitative analytics, so I’m really excited about xAPI and the kinds of data that we can get back from training and learning. And that was a good tie-in back to your original xAPI comment.