TinCan in the Wild

Christian Glahn, International Journal of Instructional Technology, Jul 25, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Good slide presentation from a talk today on how the Experience API (aka 'Tin Can', aka xAPI) functions 'in the wild'. The core concept here isn't the xAPI data format so much as the Learning Record Store, which basically acts as the clearing house for 'sensor activations' (which may be external data, actions taken by the learner, requests, or anything else) and state changes in the LMS that result.

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