Profile Recipes vs xAPI Profiles

Profile Recipes vs. xAPI Profiles

What's the difference between profile recipes and xAPI profiles? Well, they essentially serve the same purpose. The difference primarily lies in the timeline. Profile Recipes A "profile recipe" was an early attempt to make it possible for members of the xAPI community to publicly share…

Read more
moving and receiving xAPI data between LRSs

Moving and receiving xAPI data in an LRS rich environment

As you build your xAPI ecosystem, you’ll likely compile a number of LRSs. Developing a strategy for moving and receiving xAPI data between LRSs becomes essential, which is why our CEO TJ outlined tactical steps for doing just that during his recent xAPI Cohort presentation. To…

Read more

iFest 2018- here we come!

We’re excited to announce that Rustici Software will be heading to iFest August  27-29 in Alexandria, VA to spend a few days with ADL as well as government and industry partners to talk about the future of the eLearning ecosystem. Our very own TJ Seabrooks…

Read more

Deciding when to use xAPI

For the better part of seven years, Tim Martin, our CEO at Rustici Software, has carried his xAPI hammer around telling the story of what the standard enables. The problem with his hammering is that it has led some to consider xAPI the solution to…

Read more

Why DoDI 1322.26 is important for the Experience API (xAPI)

Last week, the Department of Defense (DoD) signed the updated DoDI 1322.26 Distributed Learning (DL). The latest DoDI advises all entities within the DoD to procure eLearning technology solutions that are compliant with the SCORM or Experience API (xAPI) specifications. This Instruction replaces the 2006…

Read more

Semantic Interoperability

You’re going to hear us talk a lot about semantic interoperability this year. So we might as well present a working definition. Semantic interoperability is when information—the meaning behind captured data—is portable and well understood by any subsequent system requesting and reviewing it. Why will…

Read more

Finding the Source

Statements come from all kinds of places: content created in authoring tools, mobile apps, learning platforms and business systems. It’s not always immediately obvious which application the statement came from, which might be useful to know. This blog explains how you can tag the statements…

Read more