Are your students actually watching your videos? Or are they just playing the video while they focus on other things? This video demonstrates one way to correlate data from two sources to look for trends that can indicate if your videos are contributing to student success or just be played in the background.
- [Instructor] We've looked at using xAPI queries…to pull reports on what students gave which answers…on a quiz, and which students played a video.…Now we'll look at an example that combines…these queries and results.…And this can be a very useful thing to do.…By correlating these results, we begin to see…trends and relationships between if a user…who played that segment of the video…got the answer correct or not.…And this can help us determine if there may be problems…with the question, or there are problems with the video,…maybe the video doesn't really provide that answer.…
Maybe the question is confusing.…So let's take a look at this example.…It's a very simple example, but it can give us…a lot of big answers.…I'm going to click get statements,…and here we see it's going to fill out…this form for us.…And we see that there are seven answers.…These users, Dee, Sandy, Jennifer, Aaron,…Patrick, Craig, and myself.…Student answer are red, red, blue, blue,…green, green, and sort of an…off white eggshell sort of thing.…
- Setting up an LRS in SCORM Cloud or Veracity
- Building an xAPI statement
- Using xAPI extensions
- Sending statements to an LRS
- Recording video plays
- Recording quiz results
- Querying the LRS
- Correlating LRS data for more insights
- Using xAPI for adaptive learning
Skill Level Beginner
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
What you should know1m 48s
1. Introduction to xAPI
2. Anatomy of xAPI Statements
3. Working with Statements
4. Getting Statements from Your LRS
Next steps2m 19s
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