Posts by Andy Whitaker

Andy joined our team to evangelize xAPI. Now he talks to people about all of the eLearning standards all day because he is considered a “salesperson.” He’s also our office jokester – he’s a punny guy.

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Answering the tough questions about SCORM vs xAPI

Last month, Chris and I had the privilege of being asked to present to this season’s xAPI Learning Cohort xAPI Party. If you’re not already familiar with the xAPI Cohort, I highly recommend checking it out. The team over at TorranceLearning has been running these…

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Come Find Us at Learning Solutions 2013, Booth 213

If you're planning to attend Learning Solutions 2013 in Orlando, FL next week (March 13th - 15th) and you're curious about how your organization can begin taking advantage of the Experience API today, we want to meet you! We've been involved in many of the…

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Q & A from the Dec. 6, 2012 xAPI Technical Webinar

Our first Experience API Technical Webinar was a big success. Thanks to everyone who attended. For those of you who missed it, you can find a recording of the webinar here, and can see the Q & A from the webinar within this blog post.…

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Adopters Spotlight Series: Curatr

Curatr is a social learning platform that allows companies to create a visually stunning and highly collaborative learning environment. Taking in any digital content, Curatr shapes a learners experience with an inbuilt gamification mechanism, encouraging users to contribute and curate content as they earn points…

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Our xAPI Tools are Rockin' 0.95

With the formal roll-out of version 0.95 of the Experience API spec last month, we've been working hard to update the tools on We've got a little more work to do, but the following are now rocking 0.95. Give them a try! xAPI Bookmarklet…

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Adopters Spotlight Series: First up, The Knowledge Guru

First up is a super new adopter, The Knowledge Guru™. The Knowledge Guru™ is a game that uses spaced learning and repetition for maximum knowledge transfer. The game engine itself uses the Experience API as a bridge between its stand-alone database and a client's LMS.…

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mLearning DevCon 2012: Mike and David talkin' xAPI

Next week, Mike and David will be holding it down in Philly at mLearning DevCon 2012 hosting a number of BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) Experience API sessions. Mike will also be giving the Mobile Technical Keynote, xAPI: Breaking Open New Spaces in mLearning. Wednesday…

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