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Linda Warren and Mike Hruska discuss the significance of the Experience API also known as xAPI and “Tin Can”. The jump from SCORM to xAPI is a big one and learning managers and designers need to be aware of the limitations of SCORM and how xAPI is designed to address them.

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Write an eLearning blog?  We'd love to share it with our audience at E-Learning Council.  Please give us just a bit of information about it.
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I enjoyed my interview with Katrina Baker, the author of LMS Success:  A Step-by-Step Guide to Learning Management Systems and I'm looking forward to meeting her at E-Learning Symposium.   If you're considering an LMS - it's a good read!
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ELS 2014 panelist  +Marcus Turner from +Atomic Axis is presenting a webinar on Developing Strategies for enabling the Mobile Workforce. After completing this session, attendees will leave with a thorough understanding of:

Aligning mobile strategy with organizational strategy
Key triggers that drive a mobile strategy
How to get started on developing your mobile strategy
Measuring and driving ROI from a mobile strategy

Sign up at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/888192664
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Technology shouldn't be at the center of the thought process when designing mobile learning--the student and organizational needs should
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How the Federal Reserve created rapid eLearning in the middle of the great financial crisis of 2008.   A lesson in good is better than perfect.
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Do you want to take one of our workshops at E-Learning Symposium? Use code "Workshop75" and get $75 off if you register for the Symposium as well as a Workshop. Valid 4/23/2014 - 5/14/2014. Check out our workshops at
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ELS 2014 Panelist Marcus Turner is presenting a webinar on Developing Strategies for enabling the Mobile Workforce. After completing this session, attendees will leave with a thorough understanding of:

Aligning mobile strategy with organizational strategy
Key triggers that drive a mobile strategy
How to get started on developing your mobile strategy
Measuring and driving ROI from a mobile strategy

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Crunchy Roast Chickpeas - recipe for a healthy snack http://indiancookingschool.com/2014/02/16/crunchy-roast-chickpeas-channa/
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Information provided by +Atomic Axis  @ Texas Historical Markers App (http://www.atomicaxis.com/work/apps/texas-landmarks/)

Austin became the capital of Texas Jan. 19, 1840, and this hill was platted as Capitol Square. A modest statehouse built here in the 1850s soon developed structural flaws. The Constitutional Convention of 1876 set aside about 3,000,000 acres of public land to finance another building. This was authorized after the 1850s Capitol burned on Nov. 9, 1881.

Architect E.E. Myers of Detroit won a national competition with his plans for this Capitol. The contractor was Mattheas Schnell of Rock Island, Ill. Basement excavation began early in 1882. Railroads built especially for this project hauled limestone from the Oatmanville quarries in Travis County as well as stone donated by the owners of the Granite Mountain in Burnet County. The 900 workmen on the project included 86 granite cutters brought from Scotland. Charles B. and John V. Farwell, Chicago bankers, funded the construction and were repaid in land in ten panhandle counties, on which they founded the famous XIT Ranch. At dedication ceremonies on May 18, 1888, the Capitol was accepted on behalf of the People by State Senator Temple Houston, son of Texas hero Sam Houston. He called it “a Structure that shall stand as a Sentinel of Eternity”. (1976)
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