(Orlando, FL) – On September 29, 2017 Riptide Software announced that Learning Division Director, Nick Washburn, will be speaking at the Government Learning Technology Symposium (GLTS) in Washington D.C.
The symposium will cover government learning technologies and feature a variety of speakers who are experts in the space.
Nick Washburn will be speaking about “xAPI Case Study Insights and Implementations in the DoD.” The session will cover why xAPI is important to training and development in the government space and how to begin using it. Case studies will be discussed to show the valuable impact that utilizing xAPI can have on any type of organization and cover the four steps to an xAPI implementation: Design and Apply xAPI, Collect xAPI Data to an LRS, Report and Evaluate xAPI, Adapt to xAPI Data.
Nick noted that he’s “excited to speak about the Experience API and hopefully provide some insight into the amazing possibilities that this technology offers when it comes to large government entities.”
Further information on Riptide can be found at: https://learning.riptidesoftware.com/
Technology Resources and Riptide’s CEO, Philip Loeffel, are available for interview.
Please contact Christy Puller, 407-542-7675.
The Riptide Learning Division brings the Riptide Elements® product line of learning solutions to the modern enterprise: Storepoints xAPI-Conformant LRS, Waypoints In-line Training Software, and Learnpoints Adaptive Learning Courseware. Elements is a scalable, and configurable platform of learning solutions that works seamlessly with existing enterprise software systems in a non-disruptive way. All products are also backwards compatible to Legacy systems. Riptide Learning team members are active participants in the community developing xAPI—the standard in modern learner experience tracking.
Uniquely focused on the needs of Federal Government distance learning professionals, this event provides a venue for us to make connections, discuss the latest developments, and identify new regulations and trends that affect our industry. The GLTS includes two days of consecutive sessions featuring presentations on instructional design, cognitive science, gamification and game-based learning, video design for distance learning, LMS integration, 508 Accessibility Compliance, assistive technologies, and much more.