My journey with xAPI and Articulate Storyline

The following article is written by guest blogger Devlin Peck, an instructional designer and eLearning development consultant. Learn more on Devlin Peck’s website. To submit a guest blog you’ve written, fill out our form. 

When I started my instructional design and eLearning development practice, I spent the majority of my time working in Articulate Storyline. Like many others in this space, I built my business by designing engaging and effective eLearning. However, I quickly realized that I didn’t have the right data to make these claims.

I could collect quiz scores and completion data with the standard SCORM specification, but this fell short for many of the learning experiences that I was designing. For example, I wanted to know which choices users were making in the branching scenarios. I wanted to know whether or not they were viewing the optional resources and videos, and I wanted to know if they were having trouble with any particular interactions or activities. SCORM data didn’t help with any of this.

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