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What better way to learn about xAPI than from an infographic? We’ve compiled this list of infographics that we thought were great and did a good job of explaining xAPI! Enjoy! Click on each to expand the photo.

[Infographic] Benefits of Tin Can API (xAPI)

The amount of benefits that L&D can gain from xAPI is incredible! Use this infographic to learn about 6 important benefits that xAPI can offer your organization. Click the image for a larger view.

Here are the benefits of using xAPI through an infographic

[Infographic] Tin Can (xAPI) Explained

New to xAPI? xAPI is synonymous with Tin Can API (the old term). In this infographic, discover what xAPI and the LRS is, the difference between SCORM and xAPI, and what you can track with xAPI. Click the image for a larger view.

xAPI is explained in this infographic


[Infographic] 6 Must Know Acronyms to do with E-Learning

We’d like to bring your attention to the LRS! An LRS, or Learning Record Store, allows you to capture xAPI data (a definite must-know). Learn about the LRS and other important E-Learning acronyms below. Click the image for a larger view.

xAPI for e learning

[Infographic] xAPI – The Story of Your Learning Life

xAPI tracks behavioral activity stream data. Follow the infographic below to see how xAPI can track you through your “learning life.” Click the image for a larger view.

xAPI Learning Life Story Infographic


[Infographic] xAPI Explained

This beautiful graphic covers what xAPI is, the actor-verb-object structure, what an LRS is, SCORM vs. xAPI, and what can be tracked with xAPI. Click the image for a larger view.

xAPI Benefits and Uses Infographic

[Infographic] 17 Things You Can Do [Better] With xAPI Than With SCORM

xAPI was created to address gaps in the SCORM specification. Some people are calling xAPI the “next-generation” of SCORM. The infographic below highlights just 17 of many things you can do better with xAPI. Click the image for a larger view.

Benefits of xAPI Over SCORM Infographic








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