Interview with the xAPI Spec Group Organizer
ADL's previous Community Manager, Craig Wiggins, caught up with ADL Senior Software Engineer and xAPI Spec Group organizer, Andy Johnson, to talk about what this release means.
Mobile Learning + ADL’s Experience API
Read about the powerful synergy represented by the combination of mobile learning and the Experience API
Congratulations to our 2013 Learning App Challenge winners!
ADL is pleased to announce the winners of its 2013 Learning App Challenge. The winning Apps were officially announced on Thursday, 18 July during the Interagency Mobile Learning Webinar Series.
xAPI Design is Our Next Big Thing
For the last year, almost a hundred people internationally have contributed to the specification for Experience API. Lots of people talked about it, but these guys put it into being.
The Mobile Learning Decision Path (MLDP)
New Job Aid Available for Instructional Designers: The Mobile Learning Decision Path (MLDP)
An Open Source Success Story – A Community-Developed Specification
Two weeks ago, ADL shipped a version 1.0 software specification on time – a community-backed approach with working production systems from many eLearning industry vendors already in place on launch day.
Experience API Version 1.0.0 Released!
We've reached an incredibly important milestone; impressive by every measure: the Experience API reached Version 1.0.0 on Friday, April 26, 2013.
From ADL Team Member… Jeff Mills: Advanced Techniques in Avatar and 3D asset creation for Open Simulator and Second Life
Now that the age of mesh importation is a reality in the Second Life and Open Simulator virtual environments, the quest to find helpful techniques to utilize this ability can create a difficult and frustrating situation.
Experience API Version 1.0 Now Available for Public Comment
With the Experience API set to launch Version 1.0 on April 26, we're taking the next couple of weeks to open up our release candidate (what we think is Version 1.0) for the public to comment on anything that is unclear or downright missing in the specification.
The Road to the Experience API V1.0 release
This is a historic milestone for ADL and the learning technology community for a variety of reasons.
Mobile Learning for Training and Performance Support
Mobile learning should NOT be merely viewed as a replacement, an alternative, or as a new addition to existing training delivery methods. It should be thought of as a complementary way to augment or enhance all types of learning.
Can playing video games improve cognition and adaptability?
A recent study by ADL with Sheppard Air Force Base has shown that a video game having specific design features (i.e., implicit rules, implicit rule changes, dynamic shifting environments, open endedness, and implicit feedback)
The cognition of gameplay
Members of the ADL Next Generation Learner Team are currently studying how video games can be leveraged for learning and understanding cognitive capabilities.
The Road Ahead for Experience API
As the buzz continues to build for Experience API ('Tin Can'), a question I've been asked a lot lately is 'What happens next?' My answer is pretty straightforward and simple, though I wouldn't say it's easy
ADL releases Experience API version 0.95 specification
ADL is pleased to announce the formal release of the Experience API version 0.95.
For mobile learning, E = mc2
About ten years ago I finally purchased my very first mobile phone, not seeing the real necessity in owning such a device.
Mobile eLearning is not mobile learning
In November 2002, Desmon Keegan published a book titled, 'The future of learning: From eLearning to mLearning'. The book was written as of part a research project to investigate the next generation of learning: the move from distance learning (dLearning) and electronic learning