Experience API for GamiPress – Track Gamification Activities

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We’re pleased to announce our latest addon, Experience API for GamiPress. Now, you can issue badges and points for xAPI Content, and track reports in GrassBlade LRS.

Means, If you’re not using an LMS, you can still issue badges based on user’s activity in xAPI Content.

Award badges for

You have following triggers to issue badges and points for activities happening on xAPI Content.

  1. Completed any xAPI Content.
  2. Completed a specific xAPI Content.
  3. Failed any xAPI Content.
  4. Failed a specific xAPI Content.
  5. Completed xAPI Content with a minimum percentage.
  6. Completed a specific xAPI Content with a minimum percentage.
  7. Completed xAPI Content with a maximum percentage.
  8. Completed a specific xAPI Content with a maximum percentage.
  9. Completed xAPI Content scoring within a percentage range.
  10. Completed a specific xAPI Content scoring within a percentage range.
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Reporting in LRS

Whenever a badge is issued or a point is added to any xAPI Content it will send a statement to LRS.

The reporting is not limited to xAPI Content. If the user gets a badge for any activity, it will send a statement to LRS.

For Example:
If a user posted in the forum and a badge is issued, it will be reported to LRS with complete post information.

How to use?

First, you have to download and install Experience API for GamiPress addon plugin. Once, your plugin is installed and activated you can follow this guide to use it.

We hope you find this addon useful to create a fully gamified learning environment. If you’re facing any issues while using this addon, feel free to contact us.

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