507 Is It Working? Correlating Usage with xAPI
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 28
Data and Measurement
Good courseware will use multiple elements such as video, audio, interaction, and good old-fashioned reading. You struggle to balance all of it until it’s a finely harmonized symphony of information, waiting for a person to take it all in. But are any of those activities or videos you’ve worked on actually helping anyone learn? How can you show the relationship between the activities and performance?
This session will show how you can use xAPI to capture data from different activities into a single uniform format in the learning record store (LRS). Then, by looking at a real-world example page with video and test questions, you can start analyzing results to see which activities contribute most to success and which test questions need work. By knowing how to leverage your data, you can begin to see how to design your content to make sure that data is where you need it, when you need it!
In this session, you will learn:
- How xAPI can help you collect usage data
- How to combine activity data to see if your test questions are effective
- How to combine activity data to make sure your activities are accomplishing their goals
- How to use xAPI to compare consumption to performance
- How to make sure your content does what you need it to do
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
IDIoT in Chief/xAPI Evangelist
Anthony Altieri is the IDIoT in Chief (instructional developer for the Internet of Things) and founder of Omnes Solutions, as well as an xAPI evangelist. Anthony has worked on multiple projects implementing global LMS systems. He is a maker, focusing on user analytics and bringing the virtual learning world and the real world together through the use of Bluetooth beacons and other IoT devices using xAPI. Anthony has lectured to audiences on topics ranging from the spread of HIV to network security, content development, why it’s important to learn to code, and, of course, xAPI.