How to capture xAPI statements from a Video

Recently along with Peter Hawkins of the Australian xAPI User Group, I presented at a Local event for the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) QLD/NT Council on an introduction to xAPI and a real time demo of how xAPI can be used with a Video. The concept was to show, in almost real […]

All Aboard for Engaging eLearning [PodCast]

Listen now to #LearningUncut Ep 47 with @naomilearning and @MichelleOckers to learn about Queensland Rail’s highly engaging #onboarding and #compliance refresher program All Aboard. Discover the creative process, keeping it relevant, and much more.

Using xAPI data to view Assessment results – Use Case

As part of the development and introduction of xAPI into a large organisation, it can always be a challenge to provide the benefits. I’d like to share with you how I used xAPI with Articulate Storyline 360, published as SCORM and being delivered via a Learning Management System (LMS). The Learning Record Store (LRS) is […]

Understanding an xAPI Statement [Interactive Example]

Understanding how the Experience API (xAPI sometimes known as Tin-Can API) is structured is the first hurdle to knowing just how flexible and powerful the xAPI can be. When you look at the structure of an xAPI statement, there are three main sections that will get you started: Actor : Verb : Object The ACTOR […]

Adapting And Iterating Learning In An xAPI World

By using xAPI to gather data from other sources, you’re equipped to provide relevant suggestions. This is where adaptive learning and microlearning come into the picture, but these topics are for another article.

How Augmented Reality will change industry

I recently came across this article that talks about how Augmented Reality (AR) is making it’s way into the consumer world. I have to agree with what the author, Peter H. Diamandis , MD says in the article that the technology is now permeating the consumer products space. As I start to dive deeper into […]

Interactive H5P guide

Came across this awesome piece of work developed by a colleague across the ditch in New Zealand, Stuart Mealor of eLearning World. Stuart has taken each of the content types from H5P and mapped them to give you a reference as to how they can be used and how easy they are to create. An […]

2019 – A year in review

For me, 2019 started with a high level of excitement as I was coming off a high in the December of 2018 from the H5P conference in Melbourne. I’m a strong advocate for H5P and knew that I would be working with the development team in 2019 as part of the Proof of concept I […]

Explaining with buckets – an unusual analogy in adult learning

An unusual title I know, but I wanted to share a technique I’ve been using for many years with adult learners when needing to describe something. I’ve found that you can describe a lot using a simple bucket analogy. It all started when I was facilitating the Diploma of Web Development at TAFE and in […]

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