Posts by Mike Rustici

Mike is the CEO of Watershed, though he is the Founder and was President of Rustici Software until 2016. He helped guide the first draft of the Tin Can API (xAPI) and believes ice cream is the "elixir of life."

ATD xAPI Basics Webinar Q&A

On 9/11/14,  we hosted a webinar for the Columbus chapter of ATD, and as usual,  the attendees had more questions that we could answer during the live webinar, so we’ve posted the questions and the answers here. Q: With which SCORM versions is Experience API…

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AT&T / Watershed Webinar Q&A

On 8/27/14,  I hosted a webinar alongside Larla Bogle and James Merrill from AT&T entitled “How AT&T is Using xAPI to Enhance Compliance Training”. The attendees had more questions that we could answer during the live webinar, so we've posted the questions and the answers…

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The World Just Changed

The floodgates are open. It’s time to celebrate. The Experience API, version 1.0, is here today. It was almost three years ago when ADL asked the e-learning community to help them with research to create a new, simpler, more powerful e-learning standard. E-learning standards are…

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xAPI in the Real World – Q&A from the Webinar

Attendees of the 4/4/13 "xAPI in the Real World" webinar had a few questions that we couldn't get to "on air", so I've answered them here. There's some good info in here, even if you couldn't attend the webinar. Q. Are there best practices for…

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Q&A From My 2/26 Training Industry Webinar

Attendees of my Training Industry webinar on February 26th had quite a few questions about xAPI, but I couldn't get to all of them during the webinar. So, I've compiled your questions and I've answered them. Even if you didn't attend the webinar, you'll still…

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We Call it “Tin Can”

"Tin Can API" vs "Experience API" You may have heard that ADL issued an official name for the Tin Can API. They call it “The Experience API”. This move is generating a lot of confusion. Is it the “Tin Can API”? Or, is it the “Experience…

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