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Introduction to Tin Can API on Vimeo. Nov 27, 2013· The Tin Can API, now officially known as "Experience API" (xAPI), is an elearning software specification that allows learning content and learning systems to speak to each other in a manner that records and tracks all types of learning experiences.

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This xAPI webinar will walk you through the basics of the Experience API. Think of it as xAPI 101. Watch the video or download the slides here. ... Introduction to xAPI Webinar — 10/9/12. Download the slides for this presentation. See a list of questions and answers that came from the audience of this webinar.

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Aug 28, 2014· An Introduction To Tin Can API If you've been moving around the eLearning space lately you've probably seen reference to the Tin Can API, usually within the context mobile learning. I didn't really know what it was or why it might be valuable to an organization, so I decided to find out.

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Geoprocessing in the ArcGIS API for Python¶ The ArcGIS API for Python provides a pythonic programming interface for ArcGIS geoprocessing functionality. Geoprocessing is an integral part of a GIS, and the Python API reflects this notion in the design of its modules.

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Introduction¶. HTTPlease is a library for creating / configuring HttpClients, using them to make HTTP requests, and processing the responses. It is based on the concept of an immutable template (with lazily-resolved parameters) that acts as the definition for an HTTP request.

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Software (API) based verification (1) Screen based verification: The users, after login, can furnish up to a maximum of five PANs in the screen provided. The PANs may be entered in the boxes provided in the screen and then submitted. The response giving details of PAN will be displayed in the response screen. (2) File and Screen based Verification:

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The Tin Can API, now officially known as "Experience API" (xAPI), is an e-learning software specification that allows learning content and learning systems to speak to each other in a manner that records and tracks all types of learning experiences. In this video, Bob Pietrantonio and Rick Gentner give a brief introduction into Tin Can API:

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An Introduction to the Tin Can API. What percentage of your learning experiences are delivered through formal, e-learning instruction or courseware? Does it even approach 10%? Where does the other 90+% of learning happen? As you ponder this question, the list becomes incredibly long.

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Introduction to xAPI. The Experience API (xAPI), often called “Tin Can”, was released on April 26 th, 2013. There are already over 90 adopters of xAPI and the level of …

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Introduction to xAPI and using a Learning Record Store LRS [Video] Continuing on with sharing resources created in a recent course I completed on edX, here is a short video introducing how the Learning Record Store (LRS) plays a part in Experience …

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Tin Can API was developed on the same basic concept but takes it a step further. To help folks get comfortable with e-learning standards, we wrote this handy introduction to SCORM, and pretty quickly we heard requests to do an explainer on Tin Can API/xAPI. At E-Learning Heroes, your wish is our command! So let’s talk Tin Can API.

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The Tin Can API or Experience API captures data in a consistent format about a person or group’s activities. This allows one system to inform another system of the user’s data using an API. The data can be about all kinds of learning activities, such as courses, mobile apps, social discussion contributions and even offline learning experiences.

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Today’s eLearning Experiences Explained with Tin Can API. The basic premise behind the Tin Can API / xAPI is that learning can take place across a wide spectrum of platforms and experiences, and aggregating these learning data points and providing analytics for them that can be shared across a wide variety of services through an application program interface (API) is key to better ...

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Introduction. The MODE API is an HTTP-based API that allows hardware devices, mobile apps and external servers to interact wth the MODE cloud in a straighforward manner. It is a RESTful API, with a few exceptions where non-RESTful access is more suitable.

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At Docebo, we believe integrating your learning platform with other third party systems is key to the success of your learning programs for increased business performance. The documents that you find in the API & Developer Info section of Docebo’s Knowledge Base are intended to provide you with ...

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The Tin Can API, now officially known as “Experience API” (xAPI), is an e-learning software specification that allows learning content and learning systems to speak to each other in a manner that records and tracks all types of learning experiences.In this video, Bob Pietrantonio and Rick Gentner give a brief introduction into Tin Can API:

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Apr 11, 2013· Arc gis introduction-ppt 1. Introduction to ArcGIS 2. Introduction to ArcGIS• How data are stored in ArcGIS• Components of ArcGIS – ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox• Extensions of ArcGIS – spatial analyst, geostatistical analyst and 3D analyst

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This is part 2 of a 2 part article. In part 1, we discussed the history behind xAPI, why xAPI was developed and some of the benefits associated with xAPI. In part 2 of this article we will learn how xAPI works, define the Learning Record Store (LRS) and dispel some of the myths about xAPI.

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Snipe-IT is a free, open source IT asset management system. Features include management of assets, users, licenses, accessories, consumables and components, as well as two-factor authentication, LDAP/AD syncing, and asset acceptance confirmation.

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From SCORM and Tin Can API to the fundamentals of screencasting and learning management systems, this path will provide you with the essentials for a …

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Jan 23, 2017· With the introduction of Web 2.0 technologies, SCORM and AICC are no longer sufficient for the adaptive learning increasingly demanded by training organizations. xAPI is considered the next generation of standards, allowing LMSs to automate the customization process by identifying individual learners and choosing content for each one from a ...

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HTTPie. If you chose to set up HTTPie during the initial setup, you can make calls directly to the API once you have satisfied the prerequisites above.. Making a call with HTTPie is simple. The instructions are the same however you set it up. We’ll start with the locations call:

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Introduction. This document is intended for developers who want to write applications that can interact with the Google Books API. Google Books has a vision to digitize the world's books. You can use the Google Books API to search content, organize an authenticated …

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The Experience API (Tin Can API) is an open source API. It is a Representational state transfer web service that uses JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) for its data format. The web service allows software clients to read and write experiential data in the form of “statement” objects.

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Dec 21, 2015· Tin Can API. When Rustici Software first announced the introduction of yet another version of SCORM called the Tin Cap API, it quickly became the “buzz word de jour” in the training technology industry. Everyone, it seemed, wanted their LMS to be “Tin Can” compliant.

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Nov 04, 2014· Experience API Explained: 5 Frequently Asked Questions Learning professionals are abuzz with excitement about the Experience API (xAPI). If you’re just getting started with xAPI, this article is a basic primer and provides answers to 5 frequently asked questions.

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Snipe-IT is a free, open source IT asset management system. Features include management of assets, users, licenses, accessories, consumables and components, as well as two-factor authentication, LDAP/AD syncing, and asset acceptance confirmation.

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