I hadn't heard about xAPI. I've really just dabbled in this subject. I know
that my campus uses a highly customized version of Moodle, so it would be
compatible with xAPI. Our local community college is changing over to Canvas
after using Moodle, and before that, Blackboard. An organization I'm involved
with that distributes higher Ed learning resources
(http://serc.carleton.edu/index.html) uses a protocol called "Common
The api needs to allow for stand-alone app integration, for my purposes. When I
look at the docs for these api's, my eyes roll back in my head and I realize it
would be a major project for me to implement this interface for my work. I give
my projects away for free, so putting that kind of investment into the LMS api
doesn't make sense for me. However, that said, I am interested and would be
interested in using and/or testing, and following progress with those who might
develop a livecode framework.
One thing I do know is that SCORM is inadequate for higher Ed. It forces a
specific learning model that is outdated.
I will see if I can get some information from our Moodle IT guys at UCSB.
> On Sep 22, 2016, at 7:19 AM, Martin Koob <mk...@rogers.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the link to LTI. I am interested in a technology that could
> integrate my LiveCode app into LMS's.
> I think that Tin-Can API or the ExperienceAPI (xAPI) were also developed as
> a successor to SCORM to address its shortcomings.
> They list a number of adopters including BlackBoard and Moodle
> Have you heard of this? Would this api accomplish what you are trying to
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