402 Are They Learning? Using xAPI to Correlate Training Performance
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, March 26
Good courseware engages the user with multiple elements. From video to audio to the venerable drag-and-drop, you need to make sure your content is doing the job. But is your audience actually learning anything? More importantly, are they learning the lessons you need them to? And if they are, do you have the tools to prove that to your leadership?
This session will look at how you can use Experience API (xAPI) to capture data from the various elements of your content into a single, uniform format in the learning record store (LRS). Then, by looking at real-world example pages, you’ll learn how you can start analyzing results to see which activities contribute most to learner success in the course. You’ll also look at how you can compare key performance indicators (KPIs) to course engagement and success to show your leadership that your content is helping to improve performance, satisfaction, or whatever your goals may be. With this data in hand, you can craft your courses to ensure that they accomplish their goals and make the bosses happy!
In this session, you will learn:
- What xAPI is and how you can use it in your courses
- How to collect data on student interactions with your content
- How to report on the data you’ve collected
- How to use xAPI to compare content consumption to performance
- How to combine data to ensure that your activities are meeting their goals
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.