I’m really excited about this xAPI Camp, only partially because I grew up on a farm in the-middle-of-nowhere, WA and there’s a bit of home state pride. The line-up of speakers and discussion leaders at this event is stellar! There will be big ideas and challenges from:
- Mark Oehlert (Manager, Learning Technology, Networked Learning, Amazon) on the opportunities for xAPI in enterprise
- Myra Travin (Educational Futurist, METAImpressions) on adding xAPI to the Learning Ecosystem Framework
- Ben Erlandson (CTO, McKinsey Social Initiative) on connecting training, jobs, and careers to improve people’s opportunities across the world
- Sean Putman (VP, Learning and Development, Altair Engineering) on his DIY journey building xAPI into engineering software
We will be joined remotely by special guests from wilds of Australia’s Queensland University of Technology, Kirsty Kitto and Aneesha Bakharia. They have been working intensely on learning analytics and xAPI, they have new challenges to share.
Our partners will be leading breakout groups. These are experts in the field who have years of experience with the xAPI, if anyone knows the realities and best practices, it’s them.
- Shelly Blake-Plock (CEO, Yet Analytics) See Shelly’s presentation from the last xAPI camp here.
- Nick Washburn (Director, Riptide Software – Learning Division) See Nick’s presentation from the last xAPI camp here.
- Mike Hruska (CEO, Problem Solutions) See Mike’s presentation from the last xAPI camp here.
Like our first xAPI Camp in Orlando, there will be short presentations and a lot of time to work together in breakout groups. We have a couple people planning big projects at this camp and we’ll carry over their progress to the next camp at DevLearn to see where there was success, failure, and learning.
We’re looking forward to seeing you!! If you can’t make either of these next two camps, hashtag it up on Twitter #xAPIcamp