LEARNING DEVELOPMENT BLOG


Last month I was asked by the eLearning Guild to contribute to a white paper by Susan Jacobs. I later found out that Adobe and the eLearning Guild were critiquing my input. I’m happy to say they accepted my input along with a few course developers and they published the […]

Smart Ways to Personalize an LMS


A competency is the capability to apply or use a set of related knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform “critical work functions” or tasks in a defined work setting. Competencies often serve as the basis for skill standards that specify the level of knowledge, skills, and abilities required […]

What is a competency?


dennis
Often, I perceive the end-goal of TIN CAN Learning in the Just-In-Time (JIT) form. The scenario I usually provide is of a person learning to operate a new type of industrial vehicle (a skill based learning) where the learner has already completed a knowledge based training session where they learned the operational theory and maintenance related tasks to be performed.

Tracking Augmented Reality events



xAPI_Ecosystem
This is a big topic, so you’re getting it in three posts. This first post, describes everything you ever wanted to know about SCORM. We could discuss AICC (the predecessor to SCORM), but that goes back to the 90’s (as you will later see) and is most likely no longer […]

Learning Management Systems – Everything you already know





dennis
There are so many blog posts and technical documents on the internet telling you about TIN CAN, xAPI and the available products that they can leave your head spinning. It seems every time you start reading information about TIN CAN and xAPI, within a short period the information starts getting […]

TIN CAN – Cutting through the tech-talk