Ten Steps to Plan & Communicate Your xAPI Design to a Web Developer

If you are an instructional designer beginning to work with the Experience API (xAPI), you may be wondering how to go about designing and developing an xAPI solution. Some of the authoringtools you use may support the xAPI. But the only activities some of these tools track are the same bookmarking, scoring, and completion data that SCORM handles.


To realize the full activity-tracking potential of the xAPI in your design, you will need to collaborate with a web developer who knows how to program and who can manually code the xAPI statements. This article outlines 10 steps you can take to plan and communicate your xAPI design to a web developer.

Source: www.learningsolutionsmag.com

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