Attention App developers! The deadline to submit your entry for the third annual Learning App Challenge is less than two weeks away. ADL is accepting mobile learning Apps designed to support Education, Training, or Performance Support for adult learners or students in grades K-12 until 2 September 2014. The judges will evaluate the Apps and select the Challenge winners based on the following criteria: How well the App provides a learning solution to a stated problem; Technical quality of the App; and User experience and usability. Extra points will be awarded to Apps that integrate with an existing A
It is with great pleasure that the ADL Initiative welcomes New Zealand as a new partner in the ADL Partnership Lab network. Lee Graham, Team Leader of the Training Technology Unit at the New Zealand Defence College, will serve as the Director. The new Partnership Lab will work collaboratively with the New Zealand Defence Force as part of the ADL Partnership Lab network's global efforts. Learn more at: New Zealand ADL Partnership Lab.
We are launching a new community effort that includes ISDs, learning designers, and developers who will work to identify and standardize how Experience API (xAPI) statements are expressed using the ADL xAPI vocabulary. The broader purpose of this new working group is to identify best practices for generating a community profile of the xAPI. The Group will hold a Webinar every 2 weeks on Tuesday, from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (ET) beginning on 12 Aug
During 17-19 June, the ADL Initiative hosted two learning events about the Experience API (xAPI) at the Orlando Co-Lab. The presentations, xAPI FAQ and resources related to these events are now available. xAPI EVENT RESOURCES http://www.adlnet.gov/xapibootcamp2014/event-resources/ WORKSHOP Thirty participants from the Orlando area attended the 17 June session, billed as an introductory workshop for those interested in the xAPI, but who might not have in-depth knowledge of what it is or what it can do. Attendees heard from Jono Poltrack and Andy Johnson about why xAPI was created and how it works. Lou Wolford, Tom Creighton, Jason Haag, Tyler Mulligan, Rob Chadwick, Mick Muzac and Steven Vergenz provided demonstrations of xAPI’s ability to express a