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ADL Honored at Enterprise Learning! Conference

22 June 2015

Jonathan Poltrack accepted the Learning! 100 Award for ‘Area of Excellence: Collaboration’ on behalf of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative at the Enterprise Learning! Conference in Manassas, VA, which ran from 8-10 June.

CMI-5 Sandstone Pre-Release Working Group, April 15-16

25 Mar 2015

CMI-5, a soon-to-be standard which is also conformant to the Experience API (xAPI), will be the focus of a 2-day summit on April 15th and 16th in Alexandria, Virginia. The meeting will take place at the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Lab. ADL has recently inherited CMI-5 and the other work formerly done by AICC (Aviation Industry CBT Committee) and fully supports the direction of this profile of xAPI. During this summit, the profile wi

NEW! Find Careers at ADL!

6 Mar 2015

ADL is pleased to announce several job openings at both our Orlando, FL and Alexandria, VA co-laboratories. More information on vacancies for a Systems Engineer III and two Software Engineer II positions can be found in the new "Jobs" section of the ADL website: http://www.adlnet.gov/jobs-at-adl/. Spread the word and consider applying!

From ADL Team Member… Craig Wiggins: xAPI Design Cohort, Season 3 Kickoff

13 Jan 2015

UPDATE: The xAPI Design Cohort Season 3 Kickoff Meeting was great! Thank you to all who attended. To register for the xAPI Design Cohort, please complete the following form before Thursday, February 5, 2015: http://www.adlnet.gov/xapi-design-cohort-season-3-registration/ [embed]http://youtu.be/bnu3j-0MVyA[/embed] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I think I can spe

Newly Updated

Choosing Authoring Tools

12 Jan 2015

The purpose of this white paper is to help those involved in the process of choosing authoring tools to make an informed decision. The paper presents a range of considerations for choosing tools, whether as an enterprise-wide acquisition or a single user purchase, and includes a sampling of current tools categorized according to the kind of product they are intended to produce.

From ADL Team Member… Craig Wiggins: Summary from I/ITSEC xAPI PlugFest 2014

12 Dec 2014

Looking for resources from the xAPI PlugFest at I/ITSEC 2014? Find them here: http://www.adlnet.gov/iitsec-2014-adl-papers-and-presentations/ I should say, upfront, that I had never heard of I/ITSEC prior to starting to work for ADL. I’ve been an instructional designer and developer for some time and have checked a few of the major conferences off of my “must see” list. Still, those didn’t prepare me for the sheer size of this event.