You’ve all been waiting patiently for this Thursday, December 6th. We appreciate that. If you don’t know what I’m talking about… Surprise, it’s a webinar!
You’ve probably heard what xAPI is, you’re excited about the possibility of collecting data from a lot of tools that didn’t play well before, scaffolding learning experiences, you may even be super excited about design feedback loops (ok, probably less people nodding there but I DO want to talk with you in another post). Now you probably want to know the “how?” What do I need to actually build to make xAPI work with the thing I care about?
Here’s the awesome part, Ben Clark and David Ells are going to do a technical walkthrough of xAPI to help you get started with just those things. They’ve been working on the xAPI specification since before it existed… So, they know a thing or two about what to do with it, best practices, cautions and generally highlighting useful advice for applying xAPI.
Ideally, coming into this you will be technically confident. If you want a simpler introductory explanation to xAPI, I highly recommend reading the pages on What is xAPI or watching Mike’s recent webinar. This event will dive straight into an overview for developers and taking you into the technical basics of xAPI and then a tour of what statements are and how to use them. There will also be time for questions and answers.
If you have a burning question, feel free to add it as a comment here and we will do our best to help you out.
The webinar will be Thursday, December 6th at 1pm EST. Go ahead and register here. If you can’t make it, we will post the recording shortly afterward.