Use the Experience API (xAPI) to monitor the effectiveness of online training. Learn how to use xAPI to generate insights on learning outcomes and student engagement.
- [Anthony] Effective online training can be a major contributing factor to performance improvements and personal success. But how can you tell if students are actually paying attention or if your course is engaging? With Experience API, or xAPI, you'll have a powerful and flexible tool to collect student activity and content usage, correlate analytics, and define training success. I'll show you what xAPI is and how it works and how you can use it to track student engagement with your products.
I'll guide you through each part of an xAPI statement and go through some practical examples to show you how it works. Hey, folks, my name is Anthony Altieri, and I'm an instructional developer who's worked with e-learning for 16 years, and I've worked with xAPI since before it was released in 2013. Join me in my LinkedIn Learning course on the foundations of xAPI.
- 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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