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Intro to xAPI Camp DevLearn 2018

  1. 1. xAPI Camp DevLearn 2018 October 23, 2018
  2. 2. How xAPI Camp Works • Conversation Encouraged • Structured and Emergent • “Yes-And” • The Law of Two Feet
  3. 3. Conversation Encouraged 
 Everyone here has something to learn. Everyone here knows something that helps.
  4. 4. Structured &
 Our speakers are conversation starters. Everyone here has a reason to be here. Ask questions. Share ideas. This is what shapes our day.
  5. 5. Yes, and…
 This learning experience is improvisation. Key to improvising success? Avoiding negation. Avoid saying “can’t,” “won’t” and “don’t.” Consider “what if?”
  6. 6. The Law of Two Feet
 You are a grown-up. You can do whatever you want. If you need to be somewhere else, let your feet take you there.
  7. 7. What exactly is xAPI?
  8. 8. The Experience API, or xAPI, is a common way of sharing information about our experiences, using data.
  9. 9. The “x” in xAPI is for experience.
  10. 10. Data describing our experiences can come from different sources.
  11. 11. The Experience API (xAPI) • Can be used to to describe a wide variety of experiences • Moves us beyond simple web-based, didactic models • Promotes adaptive design and development practices • Accelerates integrations with other systems (and practices) • Encourages transparency in data capture and use
  12. 12. How do you use xAPI? • How can I inform better business decisions? • How do I avoid locking us into a solution? • How can I make investments in learning development last longer and more future-proof? • How can I make sure what I evaluate today is useful in the future? • How will I connect a learner’s activities across multiple applications?
  13. 13. How Does Experience API Work? • People interact with “stuff” 
 (i.e. content, apps, business systems, etc.) • These interactions are observed and described in statements. • The “stuff” sends the statements to a Learning Record Store.
  14. 14. What is a Learning Record Store, or LRS? • It’s an application that manages activity statements - the data • LRSs can be software (even hardware) that stands on its own. • LRSs can be a function of other things:
 data appliances, enterprise applications, LMSs
  15. 15. LMS vs. LRS A Learning Record Store (LRS) addresses one capability of a typical 
 Learning Management System (LMS). User Management Learning Records Scheduling Course Management Statistics Grade Book Tracking eLearning Content Storage Search Assignments Sequencing Delivery Preferences Reports Assessment
  16. 16. Someone Did Something Activity Statements are “Observations” Actor Verb Object (To Someone) (Using Stuff) (With Some Result)
  17. 17. { "actor": { "mbox": "mailto:n3ed8rw7r39@adlnet.gov", "name": "n3ed8rw7r39@adlnet.gov", "objectType": "Agent" }, "verb": { "id": "http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/passed", "display": { "en-US": "passed" } }, "object": { "id": "http://z2.vc/xapi/activities/passed", "objectType": "Activity", "definition": { "name": { "en-US": "HTML5 data attribute prototype" }, "description": { "en-US": "Example generation of a passed activity using an HTML5 data attribute with unobtrusive js" } } }, "id": "d3574611-8092-4616-bfdc-4f48933a0d42" }
  18. 18. Who owns xAPI?
  19. 19. xAPI is an open source specification. It’s *licensed so that anyone can use it and create things based on it without needing permission or paying anyone. *licensed as Apache 2.0, if you’re curious
  20. 20. Who governs xAPI?
  21. 21. The Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative is the part of the US Department of Defense that has governed xAPI (the spec, its conformance requirements and the conformance test for LRSs).
  22. 22. US Department of Defense Instruction (US DoDI 1322.26) 
 authorizing the use of xAPI: 
  23. 23. Purpose: Develop a standard to provide an interoperable means to store and retrieve learning experience data as required by modern, data- intensive learning technologies. Goal: Standardize the data model format and communication protocol for learning experience data allowing vendors to build interoperable solutions and to take advantage of many products that support the xAPI.
  24. 24. P9274.1 (xAPI) Work Group (http://sites.ieee.org/sagroups-9274-1-1/): • P9274.1.1 (Base Spec) • P9274.1.2 (Profile Spec) • P9274.1.2.* (Individual Profiles)
  25. 25. What are other terms we might hear?
  26. 26. An experience can be thought about as a set of activities and interactions.
  27. 27. A profile is a set of rules that govern the data requirements for xAPI statements in specific experiences and specific contexts.
  28. 28. Interoperability is the expectation that what works in one system will work for a set of other systems by default with little configuration.
  29. 29. For xAPI, interoperability means that data created in one system can be understood and used by other systems.
  30. 30. A learning record provider is anything which generates activity statements and send them to an LRS.
  31. 31. The Schedule Time Description Time Description 9:00am The State of xAPI in 2018 Aaron Silvers 1:15pm - 2:30pm Case Studies Art Werkenthin & Duncan Welder, RISC Patrick Selby, Lexis Nexis Allie Tscheulin, Yet Analytics 10:00 - 10:30am Break 2:30 pm- 3:00pm Break 10:30 - 12:00pm Authoring & Analytics John Blackmon, Trivantis Paul Schneider, Dominknow Nick Washburn, 5th Logic 3:00pm - 4:15pm Breakout Groups 12:00pm Lunch 4:15pm - 4:30pm Closing