Watershed can receive data from any xAPI conformant Activity Provider. Many Watershed cards are flexible and you can configure Watershed to display useful visualizations and metrics from almost any xAPI data set. To help you get the most out of your data, we’re working with a number of product vendors to ensure that the data they send is optimized to produce the best possible results in Watershed. We want to help you to configure Watershed cards in the best way possible to display that data.
This guide tells you how to correctly setup up xAPI tracking in Moodle, connect Moodle to Watershed and then configure Watershed to get the best results. As Totara is built on Moodle, this guide works for Totara too.
This guide has 3 sections:
מקור: Moodle and xAPI – Watershed LRS
Completions don’t equal understanding. It’s proven every time someone randomly clicks through multiple choice questions until getting it right. What …
מקור: Introducing Experience Paths – The Saltbox Blog
As an xAPI conformant LRS, Watershed can receive data from any xAPI conformant Activity Provider. Many Watershed cards are flexible and you can configure Watershed to display useful visualizations and metrics from almost any xAPI data set. To help you get the most out of your data, we’re working with a number of product vendors to ensure that the data they send is optimized to produce the best possible results in Watershed. We want to help you to configure Watershed cards in the best way possible to display
מקור: Storyline – Watershed LRS
As stated on the Github repository, the plugin simply “emits events from the Moodle Logstore as xAPI statements”. For those that don’t know, the Moodle Logstore is a log of activities in Moodle. When you view a course, complete a quiz, or grade a student a log of that activity is recorded in the Logstore. The plugin uses these logs to produce xAPI statements and then sends (emits) them to an LRS that you can configure.
מקור: Learning Locker – the open source learning record store (LRS) – Say hello to our little plugin
“Are the students in the class math level 2 ready?” Every teacher asks it, and you can be best prepared to answer using Wax LRS xAPI. which gives you the ability to see learning wherever it happens, and with Wax LRS’s new Competency Management & Reporting capability, learning leaders will have the tools to answer big questions, on demand, and in real time.
Introducing Competency Reporting in Wax LRS: Answer the Big Questions – The Saltbox Blog.
Today’s post is quite unique since it takes a different path than previous posts.
xAPI and LRS (Learning Record Stores) have been in the news and frankly everywhere within the e-learning industry in the past 1.5 years.
Part of the problem though is that there is a lot of information out there, some of it erroneous in nature and honestly, equally confusing. In early December, I decided to present the real facts, the real insight and eradicate the confusion.
The challenge was how to do it, since it contains an extensive amount of technical jargon, that cannot be easily removed.
While I am able to provide a variety of insight and details on the subject, I by no means would be a foremost expert on it.
This is where I had an epiphany.
Reach out to someone I know who is not only the best and what he knows, but is the foremost expert on the subject and present a special blog post.
With my journalism background in hand, I contact Aaron Silvers and inquired if he would be interested in doing an interview style post.
This is the interview…
xAPI, LRS – The Interview « E-Learning 24/7 Blog.
here is a complete walkthrough for setting up your own Learning Locker #LRS free of charge on Amazon EC2 free developer account. to test you #xAPI (#TinCan) statements
ב-Build a free Learning Locker LRS: Part 1.