Author: Megan

  • xAPI Camp DevLearn Presentations

    Here are links to all the presentations from xAPI Camp DevLearn. Enjoy! Introduction by Megan Bowe xAPI State of the State by Aaron Silvers Immersive Learning by John Blackmon Working Better, Together by Paul Schneider Identifying Competency Gaps by Art Werkenthin and Duncan Welder xAPI and the Evolving Learning Ecosystem by Patrick Selby A Viable […]

  • iFest and xAPI Profile Servers

    We’ve been hard at work the last few months identifying what an xAPI Profile Server should do beyond the basic requirements in the xAPI Profile Specification as part of a BAA with ADL. Last week we took the show on the road to iFest in Washington DC. We brought along a poster which explained why […]

  • New Series: AI in Learning and Development

      It has been exciting to hear the conversations about Artificial Intelligence AI in learning and development grow. Corporate learning groups are ready to create ecosystems where adaptive technology meets people’s needs, analytics predict where action can be taken to better support a person, and where personalization will be most effective.

  • Drink freely and Chat xAPI at LAK

    I’m very excited to be at LAK next week. So excited that I’m arranging (free) drinks Tuesday at 5:30! You can find us at Malone’s Social Lounge and Taphouse. See that? Social is built right into the name, can’t help but chat xAPI with friends there. It’s just a 2 minute walk from the conference (evidence […]

  • Learning Analytics Policy – Looking for Input!

    Learning Analytics Policy – Looking for Input!

    I’m heading to LAK 17 in Vancouver, BC to help a great crew from many countries, in a workshop on learning analytics policy (LAP). Since learning analytics policy is evolving everywhere, we’re looking for input from people, everywhere. K-12, corporate, higher ed – all important. There’s opportunity to contribute a paper for this event, so […]

  • September Recap: xAPI Quarterly, DevLearn, Consortium

    September Recap: xAPI Quarterly, DevLearn, Consortium

    September was one hell of a month. We… 1. Introduced the xAPI Quarterly This is a journal we will be publishing four times a year. We will publish the newest information around xAPI. This will be the space for you to find out what’s happening and what’s changing. We will ask many of our xAPI […]

  • xAPI Camp CSTD: Toronto is the new Brooklyn

    xAPI Camp CSTD: Toronto is the new Brooklyn

    There’s a band called JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound who are determined that Baltimore is the new Brooklyn, but we’re nominating Toronto. We’re taking xAPI Camp to Toronto on November 17th, 2015 and we are excited about it, to boot. This camp will be co-located with the Canadian Society of Training and Development’s annual […]

  • Gearing Up For xAPI Camp – Amazon

    Gearing Up For xAPI Camp – Amazon

    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 […]