Editor’s note: Ben Betts of HT2 Labs provides a review of the last year in xAPI. if you want to see how the standard is developing then this is well worth a read.
Browsing: Tin Can
LearnPatch is delighted to announce #xapi Barcamp – our fringe event for the Learning Technologies…
Editor’s note: Read this and you will understand how the Experience API works. Great article and a must-read on this technology.
Curatr has launched the next iteration of its social learning platform. Curatr version 3 is…
Editor’s note: Great share from @andrewjacobsLD. See how football clubs analyse what players do on the pitch and how that can be applied to recruiting new players. Big data meet Tin can . . . and some.
Editor’s note: Slidedeck from last week’s mLearnCon from Jason Haag, research analyst at The Tolliver Group.
Editor’s note: Learning designer and Tin Can API Working Group contributor Andrew Downes shares some Tin Can resources
Editor’s note: Online learning consultant Sam Burrough is curious about the Tin can API and provides a post sharing his curiosity and where it has taken him so far. A good read if you think Tin Can could replace the LMS and are interested in debates around the technology.
Editor’s note: One of our Curation Camp speakers Tim Drewitt is curating a page on the Tin Can API, which was a hot topic at Learning Technologies 2013.
Editor’s note: Where does Tin can data fit into the wider workforce analytics? And is there gold there?
Editor’s note: A review of the Tin Can API by Mike Rustici, whose company Rustici Software is responsible for developing Tin Can.
Editor’s note: The potential of the Tin can API is beginning to emerge with tools like this that can help record, and put a value on, the under the radar learning that learners get up to.
Editor’s note: Great post on the Tin can API and the possibilities around monitoring what is shared, asked for and received, shifting the concept from learning experiences to what we actually do and therefore opening a whole new world of opportunity.
Editor’s note: Dan Roddy explores the Tin Can API, generates a statement and reflects on the implication on the API for both the LMS and social learning.