xAPI is an event-driven tool for collecting and reporting student actions using activity statements. These statements are sent by the Learning Record Provider, or course, to the Learning Record Store, or server, and collected into Activity Streams. These streams tell the story of your users and your training products.
- [Instructor] xAPI records user interactions…via activity statements.…I did this.…Aaron launched the course.…Craig played the video.…These are all descriptive statements…that say what the student did.…Collected together, these statement make up…an activity stream.…So if you think of a course…that perhaps has a Next button on the screen,…when the user clicks this,…the statement could be sent to the Learning Record Store…to be recorded and used later.…
Together, these statements form an activity stream.…These tell the story of how your student…interacted with your content.…How often did the student play a video?…When did the student play the video?…Did they play the video and immediately go to the next page?…How long are they spending on each page?…All of these things can describe…how the student is interacting with your content.…But it also tells the story of your content.…Are there places where students are struggling?…Are there videos they're watching multiple times?…Maybe there's a reason.…
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- 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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