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Learning Tech Special Interest Group - Learning Analytics using the Experience API

  • October 30, 2013
  • 6:30 PM
  • Exchange Building 821 2nd Ave., 8th Floor, Seattle, WA


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ASTDps Learning Tech Special Interest Group

Learning Analytics using the Experience API

Join us for an in depth look at the Experience API and how to use it for learning analytics.
The Experience API (xAPI) is a component of the Training and Learning Architecture (TLA). The purpose of the xAPI is to store and provide access to learning experiences. The xAPI enables tracking of learning experiences, including traditional records, such as scores or completion. It also records of learners' actions, like reading an article or watching a training video. 

Ali Shahrazad is responsible for UI & interaction design, content & inbound marketing, and web development at Saltbox. As a sales and training leader at T-Mobile, he was responsible for growing sales in the Washington business unit from $2M to $68M annually. While studying Physics and Bioengineering at the University of Washington, Ali published a research study on medical device technology. He's also a thought leader and connector in the Experience API community, in addition to contributing to the standard.


Intended Audience

Anyone interested in exploring topics that relate to the design, delivery and development of eLearning, webinars, mobile learning, performance support and the use of social media to support learning, including learning theories, practical skills, tools, and case studies.

Interest Groups meet and serve the needs and interests of chapter members to focus on learning techniques and information relevant to the various functions of learning development. The primary goal is learning and the secondary goal of these groups is focused on networking to allow those in the learning profession the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences, and resources.


Provide people in all industries with opportunities to think creatively about integrating technology-based learning in their professional lives.

Interact with colleagues for professional growth, networking, and new ideas.

Provide access to local and national experts in order to broaden expertise in the field of technology-based learning.




ATD Puget Sound Chapter
P.O. Box 46368
Seattle, WA 98146


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