Whether you xAPI like a boss or you're still finding your feet in the digital e-learning ecosystem, come 2pm Eastern Standard Time on September 6, everyone's going to want to be on the guest list for one VIP event: the xAPI Cohort.
xAPI has been answering the really big L&D questions. Does our training work? Can it be improved? Is there a better way? Using xAPI-based data and analytics to improve the effectiveness of training departments is a big deal.
Are your managers asking you for more and more data? Maybe they’ve been charmed by the effects that data analysis has had parts of the business (production, marketing, finance – to name a few)...
And now they’re looking to you.
Today we're pleased to announce the release of Training Checklist for Groups.
Learning never stops for nurses, physicians and hospital support staff. Despite years of study and regimented training, constant technological and therapeutic evolutions make medicine an ever-changing practice. In this environment, to keep pace medical professionals must embrace lifelong learning. According to Dreyfus and Dreyfus1, there are five stages of learning that professionals go through in the course of their careers:
Healthcare Tech, labeled as the industry to watch in 2014 by Forbes, has seen exciting technologies emerge against the backdrop of legislative healthcare reform (see the Affordable Care Act). With medical technology companies focusing on creating products that deliver faster, cheaper and more effective patient care, a range of technologies are innovating the healthcare field; from wearable devices, to electronic aspirins, to medical robots and more.
xAPI, also known as Experience API or Tin Can xAPI, is a technology standardisation for learning technology. It’s essentially a ‘common language’ that lets learning platforms talk to one-another (share data). The premise behind the development of xAPI, is that learning occurs in more than just an LMS, and to manage that learning you need to be able to track it: