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Saturday, March 18 • 2:45pm - 3:15pm
xAPI for Actionable Learner Data Collection

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As learning occurs more and more beyond the traditional LMS digital spaces, stakeholders wonder, "How do I know what students are really doing online?" With xAPI and some planning, it is possible to track learner engagement with online content like articles, videos, quizzes, Storyline objects, etc. in ways that generate actionable data for learners, faculty, instructional designers, and program managers. xAPI provides a way for us to construct a story detailing learner interactions, allowing e-learning professionals insight into how students are using content and how their use impacts their performance in a course.

Speakers
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David Fusco

Professor, Penn State University
Accomplished and motivated executive technology leader and CIO with over 25 years of organizational breadth as a creative and innovative change agent that transforms organizations in surpassing their strategic goals. A seasoned veteran in team building, professional development, and successful departmental growth, while maintaining multi-million budgetary fiscal efficiency. Significant teaching experience with undergraduate and graduate... Read More →
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Bryan Ollendyke

ELMS:LN Lead Developer, Penn State
I love talking about Philosophy and its influence on technology and how we can shape society through proper alignment of all three. Educational technology design is the thing I do, my passion is building a better, more open, more transparent, cheaper, faster, better planet through elimination of waste. Information Altruism, the giving away of ideas and information is what changes the world.
avatar for Katrina Wehr

Katrina Wehr

Instructional Designer, Penn State


Saturday March 18, 2017 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Room 104

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