xAPI: NOT FOR DUMMIES

Starting the Journey The xAPI learning concept is a simple concept of actor – verb – object: I did this.  It can be very powerful but putting this new learning standard into practice is not for "Dummies". The evolution from SCORM to xAPI appears logical and simple but also has to include governance standards and...

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So Flash is really going away. What do we do with our learning content?

If you have not already begun to migrate your courses from Flash to HTML5, you may want to ask for help in catching up. Time is running out to convert all your favorite learning content so they will continue to run in modern browsers and connect with LMS and other tracking technologies. Let’s face it....

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WHY LEARNING LEADERS SHOULD CARE ABOUT xAPI

This year marks its 20th anniversary of the SCORM standard. Even so, SCORM Version 1.2 is still the dominant standard for formal learning, for most organizational learning technologists.  Lots of effort was spent advancing the standard to the SCORM 2004 version but, by this time, the 1.2 version was so entrenched for web based courses, it...

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In 2016, Mobile Technology Takes Shape as the Future of L&D

We already know that mobile technology is rapidly surpassing other methods of communication, but the magnitude of mobile’s impact on society is also causing quite a shift in how we behave and learn. Cisco reports that by 2019, 5.2 billion people will be mobile users – 70% of the world’s population. Additionally, US millennials, who...

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The Future of Mobile Learning with xAPI and HTML5

Imagine this: a technician walks up to equipment in need of repair, and holds his/her mobile device up to it. Through object recognition, an Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS) immediately displays the make, model, service history and status of that specific equipment on the technician’s mobile device. It even shows that technician’s past service interactions...

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