For over a decade, SCORM has been the industry standard for e-learning, helping learning and development professionals track the completion of courses and recording assessment scores. But now there's a new standard in town: xAPI, offering far larger data sets and the ability to connect multiple platforms.

On this week's podcast, Ben Betts from HT2 Labs and Andrew Downes from Watershed join Ross G and Owen to ask what opportunities xAPI creates.

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HT2 Labs offer free resources on xAPI at: https://www.ht2labs.com/resources/

For examples of xAPI in action, see Watershed's client stories at: https://www.watershedlrs.com/resource-center/topic/client-story

We discussed learning ecosystems with ASOS's Adam Harwood in episode 92: http://podcast.goodpractice.com/podcast/92-best-of-breed-ecosystems-vs-the-lms

The article Owen referenced, on relativity, is at: https://gizmodo.com/einsteins-theory-of-gravity-passes-enormous-test-on-a-g-1827026239

The article Ross referenced to move the conversation away from dogs and onto cats was: http://news.mit.edu/2010/cat-lapping-1112