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xAPI support coming to Lectora

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Categories: Adopters, Announcements, News, xAPI

Posted 11 September 2012


There’s little that makes a xAPI Evangelist happier than when we hear about a new Experience API adopter. And I must admit, this latest announcement has us grinning from ear to ear!

Lectora®, one of the world’s leading e-Learning authoring tools used by most Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries (read: they’re a pretty big deal) will be including support for the Experience API in the upcoming release of Lectora Version 11. xAPI Support will also be included in the next release of the CourseMill LMS.

A word from their CMO:
“The adoption of xAPI for our products demonstrates our dedication to offer the most innovative e-Learning solutions,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer at Trivantis Corporation. “We will continue to create and support the most advanced e-Learning developments so our clients can stay ahead of the curve with new, successful technologies.”

This is really important news!

With the addition of Lectora, the majority of the world’s most popular authoring tools have adopted or have plans to adopt xAPI. Learning management system providers take notice. With all of that xAPI content out there, your customers will be looking for a place to send and store their xAPI statements. Don’t get caught by surprise. Now’s the time to support the Experience API!

  • Sam Hill

    It’s really suprising me how quickly the new API is being adopted. I often wonder what the main motivation is for this? Whether it’s to promote and encourage use of the API or whether it is to be seen to be leading edge. Probably a mix of both. Really encouraging though. It will be interesting to see how quickly it is picked up by enterprise systems. I also look forward to a first enquiry from a client about Experience API. With the speed, or lack of speed that 2004 was adopted I didn’t think it would be in my lifetime, but software such as Articulate and Lectora is really going to raise the profile of xAPI and start discussion amongst content vendors and their clients.