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abandonedhttp://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs/abandoned“The verb “Abandoned” indicates that the AU session was abnormally terminated by a learner's action (or due to a system failure).”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
acceptedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/acceptIndicates that that the actor has accepted the object. For instance, a person accepting an award, or accepting an assignment.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
accessedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/accessIndicates that the actor has accessed the object. For instance, a person accessing a room, or accessing a file.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
acknowledgedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/acknowledgeIndicates that the actor has acknowledged the object. This effectively signals that the actor is aware of the object's existence.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
addedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/addIndicates that the actor has added the object to the target. For instance, adding a photo to an album.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
addedhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/added/Added one or more items to a collectionhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
adjournedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/adjournedIndicates the actor temporarily ended an event (e.g. a meeting). It is expected (but not required) that the event will be resumed at a future point in time. The actor of the statement should be somebody who has authority to adjourn the event, for example the event organizer.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
agreedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/agreeIndicates that the actor agrees with the object. For example, a person agreeing with an argument, or expressing agreement with a particular issue.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Annotatedhttp://risc-inc.com/annotator/verbs/annotatedIndicates a new annotation has been added to a document. This verb may be used with PDFs, images, assignment submissions or any other type of document which may be annotated.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
answeredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/answered“Used to record a learner action of answering a specific question.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
answeredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/answeredIndicates the actor responded to a Questionhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
appendedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/appendIndicates that the actor has appended the object to the target. For instance, a person appending a new record to a database.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
approvedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/approveIndicates that the actor has approved the object. For instance, a manager might approve a travel request.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
archivedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/archiveIndicates that the actor has archived the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
askedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/askedUsed to make an inquiry of an actor with the expectation of a response. May be used to ask a question, typically the system would be the primary actor, with the learner being the recipient of the question. The question could also be asked into a vacuum, with the eventual response (statement with verb responded) providing the actual context of the recipient. For example "System asked Math quiz question 1 with result "What is 2+2"" followed by "Andy responded to quiz question 1 with result "response="4"" would alleviate the need to identify the second actor."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
askedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/asked“Used to make an inquiry of an actor with the expectation of a response. May be used to ask a question, typically the system would be the primary actor, with the learner being the recipient of the question. The question could also be asked into a vacuum, with the eventual response (statement with verb responded) providing the actual context of the recipient.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
assignedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/assignIndicates that the actor has assigned the object to the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
attachedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/attachIndicates that the actor has attached the object to the target. For instance, a person attaching a file to a wiki page or an email.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
attemptedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/attemptedUsed at the initiation of many "experienced" activities to mark the entry. Attempts without further verbs could be incomplete in some cases."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
attemptedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/attempted“Used at the initiation of many experienced activities to mark the entry. Attempts without further verbs could be incomplete in some cases.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
attendedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/attendIndicates that the actor has attended the object. For instance, a person attending a meeting.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
attendedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/attendedThe process of associating the location of an actor to some place (physical or virtual).https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
attendedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/attended“The process of associating the location of an actor to some place (physical or virtual).”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
authoredhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/authorIndicates that the actor has authored the object. Note that this is a more specific form of the verb "create"."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
authorizedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/authorizeIndicates that the actor has authorized the object. If a target is specified, it means that the authorization is specifically in regards to the target. For instance, a service can authorize a person to access a given application; in which case the actor is the service, the object is the person, and the target is the application. In contrast, a person can authorize a request; in which case the actor is the person and the object is the request and there might be no explicit target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
bookmarkedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/bookmarkedIndicates the user determined the content was important enough to keep a reference to it for later. A different verb should be used for tracking the location in a set of text that a reader has reached, as in a physical bookmark.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
borrowedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/borrowIndicates that the actor has borrowed the object. If a target is specified, it identifies the entity from which the object was borrowed. For instance, if a person borrows a book from a library, the person is the actor, the book is the object and the library is the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
builthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/buildIndicates that the actor has built the object. For example, if a person builds a model or compiles code.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
calledhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/calledIndicates that the actor placed a phone call to the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
canceledhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/cancelIndicates that the actor has canceled the object. For instance, canceling a calendar event.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
cancelled planned learninghttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/pages/verbs.html#cancelled_planned_learningThis verb is a weaker version of "http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/voided" and is used to let a Learning Planning System know that this particular plan has been superseded and is no longer relevant. It implies a change of plans whereas voiding the statement would indicate that the plan had never actually been made in the first place. The object of this verb should always be a statement reference pointed to the id of statement using either the "http://www.tincanapi.co.uk/verbs/planned_learning" or "http://www.tincanapi.co.uk/verbs/enrolled_onto_learning_plan" verbs. Where a whole learning plan is cancelled every item in that plan is considered to be cancelled. "http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/voided" would suggest that the plan was never made in the first place."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
checked inhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/checkinIndicates that the actor has checked-in to the object. For instance, a person checking-in to a place.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
closedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/closeIndicates that the actor has closed the object. For instance, the object could represent a ticket being tracked in an issue management system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
closed salehttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/closed-saleIndicates that the actor has closed a sale.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
commentedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/commented“Offered an opinion or written experience of the activity. Can be used with the learner as the actor or a system as an actor. Comments can be sent from either party with the idea that the other will read and react to the content.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
commentedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/commentedOffered an opinion or written experience of the activity. Can be used with the learner as the actor or a system as an actor. Comments can be sent from either party with the idea that the other will read and react to the content.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
completedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/completedTo experience the activity in its entirety. Used to affirm the completion of content. This can be simply experiencing all the content, be tied to objectives or interactions, or determined in any other way. Any content that has been initialized, but not yet completed, should be considered incomplete. There is no verb to 'incomplete' an activity, one would void the statement which completes the activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
completedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/completeIndicates that the actor has completed the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
confirmedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/confirmIndicates that the actor has confirmed or agrees with the object. For instance, a software developer might confirm an issue reported against a product.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
consumedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/consumeIndicates that the actor has consumed the object. The specific meaning is dependent largely on the object's type. For instance, an actor may "consume" an audio object indicating that the actor has listened to it; or an actor may "consume" a book indicating that the book has been read. https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
createdhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/createIndicates that the actor has created the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
created opportunityhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/created-opportunityIndicates that the actor has created a new opportunity, such as one might do in a CRM tool.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
deletedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/deleteIndicates that the actor has deleted the object. This implies, but does not require, the permanent destruction of the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
deliveredhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/deliverIndicates that the actor has delivered the object. For example, delivering a package.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
deniedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/denyIndicates that the actor has denied the object. For example, a manager may deny a travel request.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
disagreedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/disagreeIndicates that the actor disagrees with the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
dislikedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/dislikeIndicates that the actor dislikes the object. Note that the "dislike" verb is distinct from the "unlike" verb which assumes that the object had been previously "liked"."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
down votedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/voted-downIndicates that the actor has voted down for a specific object. This is analogous to giving a thumbs down.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
drewhttp://www.digital-knowledge.co.jp/tincanapi/verbs/drewIndicates that the actor has created a picture of something using a physical drawing utensil or a digital input device.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Earned an Open Badgehttp://specification.openbadges.org/xapi/verbs/earnedIndicates that the actor has been recognized by an Open Badge issuer for an achievement. The actor may claim the badge referenced as the object and use it as a verifiable credential, wherever Open Badges are accepted.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Editedhttp://curatr3.com/define/verb/editedIndicates that the actor edited an object, for example a user editing their account profile.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
enrolled onto learning planhttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/verbs/enrolled_onto_learning_planThis verb is used to add additional learners to an existing learning plan, or a new plan if one does not exist.
The actor of this statement is the person who is being enrolled onto the plan. Where the enrolment is being assigned by a 3rd party (or the plan was created by a 3rd party), the context instructor property may be used.
The object of statements using this verb will always be an activity representing the learning plan.
See http://tincanapi.co.uk/pages/The_Learning_Plan_Framework.html for more details.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
entered framehttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/frame/enteredIndicates that the actor has entered the frame of a camera or viewing device.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
evaluatedhttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/verbs/evaluatedVerb used for evaluating a previous learning experience. The object of the statement should normally be a StatementRef pointing to an existing statement about the experience being evaluated. The actual evaluation should be provided in the result as either a score, response or both.
See http://tincanapi.co.uk/pages/Tin_Can_Learning_Evaluator.html#Evaluating_and_Reflecting for further details and examples.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
exitedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/exited“Used to leave an activity attempt with no intention of returning with the learner progress intact. The expectation is learner progress will be cleared. Should appear immediately before a statement with terminated. A statement with EITHER exited OR suspended should be used before one with terminated. Lack of the two implies the same as exited.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
exitedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/exitedUsed to leave an activity attempt with no intention of returning with the learner progress intact. The expectation is learner progress will be cleared. Should appear immediately before a statement with terminated. A statement with EITHER exited OR suspended should be used before one with terminated. Lack of the two implies the same as exited.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
exited framehttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/frame/exitedIndicates that the actor has exited the frame of a camera or viewing device.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
experiencedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/experienced“A catch-all verb to say that someone viewed, listened to, read, etc. some form of content. There is no assumption of completion or success.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
experiencedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/experienceIndicates that the actor has experienced the object in some manner. Note that, depending on the specific object types used for both the actor and object, the meaning of this verb can overlap that of the "consume" and "play" verbs. For instance "a person might "experience" a movie; or "play" the movie; or "consume" the movie. The "experience" verb can be considered a more generic form of other more specific verbs as "consume" "play" "listen" and "read"https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
experiencedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/experiencedA catch-all verb to say that someone viewed, listened to, read, etc. some form of content. There is no assumption of completion or success.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
failedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/failed“Learner did not perform the activity to a level of pre-determined satisfaction. Used to affirm the lack of success a learner experienced within the learning content in relation to a threshold. If the user performed below the minimum to the level of this threshold, the content is failed. The opposite of passed.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
failedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/failedLearner did not perform the activity to a level of pre-determined satisfaction. Used to affirm the lack of success a learner experienced within the learning content in relation to a threshold. If the user performed below the minimum to the level of this threshold, the content is 'failed'. The opposite of 'passed'.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
favoritedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/favoriteIndicates that the actor marked the object as an item of special interest.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
flagged as inappropriatehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/flag-as-inappropriateIndicates that the actor has flagged the object as being inappropriate for some reason. When using this verb, the context property, as specified within Section 4.1 can be used to provide additional detail about why the object has been flagged.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
focusedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/focusedIndicates that a user has focused on a target object. This is the opposite of 'unfocused'. For example, it indicates that the user has clicked to focus or regain focus on the application, content or activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
followedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/followIndicates that the actor began following the activity of the object. In most cases, the objectType will be a "person" but it can potentially be of any type that can sensibly generate activity. Processors MAY ignore (silently drop) successive identical "follow" activities."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
foundhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/findIndicates that the actor has found the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
gavehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/giveIndicates that the actor is giving an object to the target. Examples include one person giving a badge object to another person. The object identifies the object being given. The target identifies the receiver.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Hiredhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/hiredAn offer of employment that has been made by an agent and accepted by another.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
hostedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/hostIndicates that the actor is hosting the object. As in hosting an event, or hosting a service.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
ignoredhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/ignoreIndicates that the actor has ignored the object. For instance, this verb may be used when an actor has ignored a friend request, in which case the object may be the request-friend activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
importedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/imported“The act of moving an object into another location or system.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
importedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/importedThe act of moving an object into another location or system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
initializedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/initializedBegins the formal tracking of learning content, any statements time stamped before a statement with an initialized verb are not formally tracked.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
initializedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/initialized“Begins the formal tracking of learning content, any statements time stamped before a statement with an initialized verb are not formally tracked.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
insertedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/insertIndicates that the actor has inserted the object into the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
installedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/installIndicates that the actor has installed the object, as in installing an application.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
interactedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/interacted“A catch-all verb used to assert actor manipulation of an object, physical or digital, in some context.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
interactedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/interactIndicates that the actor has interacted with the object. For instance, when one person interacts with another.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
interactedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/interactedA catch-all verb used to assert an actor's manipulation of an object, physical or digital, in some context.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Interviewedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/interviewedFor use when one agent or group interviews another agent or group. It could be used for the purposes of hiring, creating news articles, shows, research, etc.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
invitedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/inviteIndicates that the actor has invited the object, typically a person object, to join or participate in the object described by the target. The target could, for instance, be an event, group or a service.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
joinedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/joinIndicates that the actor has become a member of the object. This specification only defines the meaning of this verb when the object of the Activity has an objectType of group, though implementors need to be prepared to handle other types of objects.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
launchedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/launchedStarts the process of launching the next piece of learning content. There is no expectation if this is done by user or system and no expectation that the learning content is a "SCO". It is highly recommended that the display is used to mirror the behavior. If an activity is launched from another then launched from may be better. If the activity is launched and then the statement is generated launched or launched into may be more appropriate."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
launchedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/launched“Starts the process of launching the next piece of learning content. There is no expectation if this is done by user or system and no expectation that the learning content is a SCO. It is highly recommended that the display is used to mirror the behavior. If an activity is launched from another, then launched from may be better. If the activity is launched and then the statement is generated, launched or launched into may be more appropriate.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
lefthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/leaveIndicates that the actor has left the object. For instance, a Person leaving a Group or checking-out of a Place.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
likedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/likeIndicates that the actor marked the object as an item of special interest. The "like" verb is considered to be an alias of "favorite". The two verb are semantically identical."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
listenedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/listenIndicates that the actor has listened to the object. This is typically only applicable for objects representing audio content, such as music, an audio-book, or a radio broadcast. The "listen" verb is a more specific form of the "consume" "experience" and "play" verbs."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Log Inhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/loggedin/Logged in to some servicehttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Log Outhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/loggedout/Logged out of some service.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
losthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/loseIndicates that the actor has lost the object. For instance, if a person loses a game.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
made friendhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/make-friendIndicates the creation of a friendship that is reciprocated by the object. Since this verb implies an activity on the part of its object, processors MUST NOT accept activities with this verb unless they are able to verify through some external means that there is in fact a reciprocated connection. For example, a processor may have received a guarantee from a particular publisher that the publisher will only use this Verb in cases where a reciprocal relationship exists.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
masteredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/mastered“Used to describe a level of competence achieved in the activity. The level should be within the range of a defined scale. This is not to be confused with progressed, which shows how much content was experienced, whereas mastery has to do with level of expertise.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
masteredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/masteredUsed to describe a level of competence achieved in the activity. The level should be within the range of a defined scale. This is not to be confused with "progressed" which shows how much content was experienced whereas mastery has to do with level of expertise."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
mentoredhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/mentoredIndicates that that the actor has mentored the object. For instance, a manager mentoring an employee, or a teacher mentoring a student.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Modified annotationhttp://risc-inc.com/annotator/verbs/modifiedThis verb is used on annotations created with the http://risc-inc.com/annotator/verbs/annotated verb. It indicates that an existing annotation has been modified, for example editing the text of a note annotation or adjusting the position of a underline or highlight.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
openedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/openIndicates that the actor has opened the object. For instance, the object could represent a ticket being tracked in an issue management system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
passedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/passedUsed to affirm the success a learner experienced within the learning content in relation to a threshold. If the user performed at a minimum to the level of this threshold, the content is 'passed'. The opposite of 'failed'.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
passedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/passed“Used to affirm the success a learner experienced within the learning content in relation to a threshold. If the user performed at a minimum to the level of this threshold, the content is passed. The opposite of failed.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
pausedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/pausedTo indicate an actor has ceased or suspended an activity temporarily.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Plannedhttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/pages/verbs.html#planned_learningUsed to assert an intention to undertake a learning experience or activity. The object of the statement using this verb should always be a subStatement. See http://tincanapi.co.uk/pages/I_Want_This.html and http://tincanapi.co.uk/pages/The_Learning_Plan_Framework.html#Planned for more details.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Playedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/playIndicates that the actor spent some time enjoying the object. For example, if the object is a video this indicates that the subject watched all or part of the video. The "play" verb is a more specific form of the "consume" verb."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
preferredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/preferredThe user's preference, typically presented to the content or system in the form of a response to a question. A response to a personal question to the learner, typically resulting in a change in content or system behavior. For example, the system could ask a question if the learner preferred a voice over text option. The resulting statement could be Andy preferred on Civil War History with result response = 'no voiceover'. This distinction is made between statements with responded as the content/system is expected to change as a results of the learner response.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
preferredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/preferred“The user preference, typically presented to the content or system in the form of a response to a question. A response to a personal question to the learner, typically resulting in a change in content or system behavior. For example, the system could ask a question if the learner preferred a voice over text option. The resulting statement could be Andy preferred on Civil War History with result response, no voiceover. This distinction is made between statements with responded as the content or system is expected to change as a results of the learner response."http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
presentedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/presentIndicates that the actor has presented the object. For instance, when a person gives a presentation at a conference.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
pressedhttp://future-learning.info/xAPI/verb/pressedIndicates that the actor has pressed the object. For instance, a person pressing a key of a keyboard.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
previewedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/previewedUsed to indicate that an actor has taken a first glance at a piece of content that they plan to return to for a more in depth experience later. For instance someone may come across a webpage that they don't have enough time to read at that time, but plan to come back to and read fully.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
progressedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/progressedA value, typically within a scale of progression, to how much of an activity has been accomplished. This is not to be confused with 'mastered', as the level of success or competency a user gained is not guaranteed by progress.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
progressedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/progressed“A value, typically within a scale of progression, to how much of an activity has been accomplished. This is not to be confused with mastered, as the level of success or competency a user gained is not guaranteed by progress.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
purchasedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/purchaseIndicates that the actor has purchased the object. If a target is specified, in indicates the entity from which the object was purchased.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
qualifiedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/qualifyIndicates that the actor has qualified for the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the context within which the qualification applies.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
ranhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/ran/Indicates that the actor ran a distance indicated by the activityhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
ratedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/ratedAction of giving a rating to an object. Should only be used when the action is the rating itself, as opposed to another action such as "reading" where a rating can be applied to the object as part of that action. In general the rating should be included in the Result with a Score object."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
readhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/readIndicates that the actor read the object. This is typically only applicable for objects representing printed or written content, such as a book, a message or a comment. The "read" verb is a more specific form of the "consume" experience" and "play" verbs."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
receivedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/receiveIndicates that the actor is receiving an object. Examples include a person receiving a badge object. The object identifies the object being received.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
registeredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/registeredIndicates the actor registered for a learning activityhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
registeredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/registered“Indicates the actor registered for a learning activity.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
rejectedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/rejectIndicates that the actor has rejected the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
releasedhttp://future-learning.info/xAPI/verb/releasedIndicates that the actor has released the object. For instance, a person releasing a key of a keyboard.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
removedhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/removed/Removed one or more items from a collectionhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
removedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/removeIndicates that the actor has removed the object from the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
removed friendhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/remove-friendIndicates that the actor has removed the object from the collection of friends.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
replacedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/replaceIndicates that the actor has replaced the target with the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
replied to tweethttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/replied-to-tweetThis is an extension of the tweeted verb for the specific case of a tweet replying to another. This can be used to track group discussions experience. As with Retweeted we expect to find the original tweet id in the context as well as the person's handle to which the reply is addressed using the tweet extension URI http://id.tincanapi.com/extension/tweethttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
requestedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/requestIndicates that the actor has requested the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity from which the object is being requested.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
requested attentionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/requested-attentionIndicates that the actor is requesting the attention of an instructor, presenter or moderator.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
requested friendhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/request-friendIndicates the creation of a friendship that has not yet been reciprocated by the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
resolvedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/resolveIndicates that the actor has resolved the object. For instance, the object could represent a ticket being tracked in an issue management system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
respondedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/respondedUsed to respond to a question. It could be either the actual answer to a question asked of the actor OR the correctness of an answer to a question asked of the actor. Must follow a statement with asked or another statement with a responded (the top statement with responded) must follow the "asking" statement. The response to the question can be the actual text (usually) response or the correctness of that response. For example Andy responded to quiz question 1 with result 'response=4' and Andy responded to quiz question 1 with result success=true'. Typically both types of responded statements would follow a single question/interaction."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
respondedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/responded“This verb is used to record a learner action of responding to some action or event. Examples include responding to a fire alarm or responding to a question.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
resumedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/resumedUsed to resume suspended attempts on an activity. Should immediately follow a statement with initialized if the attempt is indeed to be resumed. The absence of a resumed statement implies a fresh attempt on the activity. Can only be used on an activity that used a suspended statement.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
resumedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/resumed“Used to resume suspended attempts on an activity. Should immediately follow a statement with initialized if the attempt is indeed to be resumed. The absence of a resumed statement implies a fresh attempt on the activity. Can only be used on an activity that used a suspended statement.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
retractedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/retractIndicates that the actor has retracted the object. For instance, if an actor wishes to retract a previously published activity, the object would be the previously published activity that is being retracted.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
returnedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/returnIndicates that the actor has returned the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity to which the object was returned.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
retweetedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/retweetedUsed when an agent repeats a tweet written by another user. Usage in a statement is similar to tweeted but we expect to find the URI to the original tweet in the context of the statement, as well as the username of the original author as a context extension. The extension URI used for this should be http://id.tincanapi.com/extension/tweethttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
reviewedhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/reviewed/Indicates that the actor returned to and reviewed the activityhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
reviewedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/reviewedIndicates that the actor has reviewed the object. For instance, a person reviewing an employee or a person reviewing an owner's manual.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
RSVPed maybehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/rsvp-maybeThe "possible RSVP" verb indicates that the actor has made a possible RSVP for the object. This specification only defines the meaning of this verb when its object is an event (see Section 3.3) though implementors need to be prepared to handle other object types. The use of this verb is only appropriate when the RSVP was created by an explicit action by the actor. It is not appropriate to use this verb when a user has been added as an attendee by an event organizer or administrator.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
rsvped nohttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/rsvp-noThe "negative RSVP" verb indicates that the actor has made a negative RSVP for the object. This specification only defines the meaning of this verb when its object is an event (see Section 3.3) though implementors need to be prepared to handle other object types. The use of this verb is only appropriate when the RSVP was created by an explicit action by the actor. It is not appropriate to use this verb when a user has been added as an attendee by an event organizer or administrator. https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
rsvped yeshttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/rsvp-yesThe "positive RSVP" verb indicates that the actor has made a positive RSVP for an object. This specification only defines the meaning of this verb when its object is an event (see Section 3.3) though implementors need to be prepared to handle other object types. The use of this verb is only appropriate when the RSVP was created by an explicit action by the actor. It is not appropriate to use this verb when a user has been added as an attendee by an event organizer or administrator. https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
satisfiedhttp://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs/satisfied“The verb “Satisfied” indicates that the LMS has determined that the Learner has met the moveOn criteria of all AU's in a block or has met the moveOn criteria for all AU's in the course.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
satisfiedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/satisfyIndicates that the actor has satisfied the object. If a target is specified, it indicate the context within which the object was satisfied. For instance, if a person satisfies the requirements for a particular challenge, the person is the actor; the requirement is the object; and the challenge is the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
savedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/saveIndicates that the actor has called out the object as being of interest primarily to him- or herself. Though this action MAY be shared publicly, the implication is that the object has been saved primarily for the actor's own benefit rather than to show it to others as would be indicated by the "share" verb."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
scheduledhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/scheduleIndicates that the actor has scheduled the object. For instance, scheduling a meeting.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
scoredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/scored“A measure related to learner performance, typically between either 0 and 1 or 0 and 100, which corresponds to learner performance on an activity. It is expected the context property provides guidance to the allowed values of the result field.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
scoredhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/scoredA measure related to the learner’s performance, typically between either 0 and 1 or 0 and 100, which corresponds to a learner's performance on an activity. It is expected the context property provides guidance to the allowed values of the result field.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
searchedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/searchIndicates that the actor is or has searched for the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the context within which the search is or has been conducted.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
senthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/sendIndicates that the actor has sent the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity to which the object was sent.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
sharedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/shareIndicates that the actor has called out the object to readers. In most cases, the actor did not create the object being shared, but is instead drawing attention to it.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
sharedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/shared“Generic term indicating the intent to exchange an item of interest or the explicit changing of privacy, largely derived from context.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
sharedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/sharedGeneric term indicating the intent to exchange an item of interest or the explicit changing of privacy – largely derived from context.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
skippedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/skippedTo indicate an actor has passed over or omitted an interval, screen, segment, item, or step.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
soldhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/sellIndicates that the actor has sold the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity to which the object was sold.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
sponsoredhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/sponsorIndicates that the actor has sponsored the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the context within which the sponsorship is offered. For instance, a company can sponsor an event; or an individual can sponsor a project; etc.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
startedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/startIndicates that the actor has started the object. For instance, when a person starts a project.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
stopped followinghttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/stop-followingIndicates that the actor has stopped following the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
submittedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/submitIndicates that the actor has submitted the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity to which the object was submitted.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
suspendedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/suspended“Used to suspend an activity with the intention of returning to it later, but not losing progress. Should appear immediately before a statement with terminated. A statement with EITHER exited OR suspended should be used before one with terminated. Lack of the two implies the same as exited. Beginning the suspended activity will always result in a resumed activity.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
suspendedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/suspendedUsed to suspend an activity with the intention of returning to it later, but not losing progress. Should appear immediately before a statement with terminated. A statement with EITHER exited OR suspended should be used before one with terminated. Lack of the two implies the same as exited. Beginning the suspended activity will always result in a resumed activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
taggedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/tagIndicates that the actor has associated the object with the target. For example, if the actor specifies that a particular user appears in a photo. the object is the user and the target is the photo.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
terminatedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/terminateIndicates that the actor has terminated the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
terminatedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/terminated“Ends the formal tracking of learning content, any statements time stamped after a statement with a terminated verb are not formally tracked.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
terminatedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/terminatedEnds the formal tracking of learning content, any statements time stamped after a statement with a terminated verb are not formally tracked.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
tiedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/tieIndicates that the actor has neither won or lost the object. This verb is generally only applicable when the object represents some form of competition, such as a game.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
tweetedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/tweetedUse this verb when an agent tweets on Twitter. It is open for use also for other short messages (microblogging services) based on the URI as the activityId.
We expect activityId to be a URI to the tweet.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unfavoritedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/unfavoriteIndicates that the actor has removed the object from the collection of favorited items.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unfocusedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/unfocusedIndicates that the user has lost focus of the target object. For example, this could be used when the user clicks outside a given application, window or activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unlikedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/unlikeIndicates that the actor has removed the object from the collection of liked items.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unregisteredhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/unregisteredIndicates the actor unregistered for a learning activity. This verb is used in combination with http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/registered for the registering and unregistering of learners.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unsatisfiedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/unsatisfyIndicates that the actor has not satisfied the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the context within which the object was not satisfied. For instance, if a person fails to satisfy the requirements of some particular challenge, the person is the actor; the requirement is the object and the challenge is the target.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unsavedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/unsaveIndicates that the actor has removed the object from the collection of saved items.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
unsharedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/unshareIndicates that the actor is no longer sharing the object. If a target is specified, it indicates the entity with whom the object is no longer being shared.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
up votedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/voted-upIndicates that the actor has voted up for a specific object. This is analogous to giving a thumbs up.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
updatedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/updateThe "update" verb indicates that the actor has modified the object. Use of the "update" verb is generally reserved to indicate modifications to existing objects or data such as changing an existing user's profile information."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
usedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/useIndicates that the actor has used the object in some manner.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
viewedhttp://id.tincanapi.com/verb/viewedIndicates that the actor has viewed the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
voidedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/voided“A special LRS-reserved verb. Used by the LRS to declare that an activity statement is to be voided from record.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
voidedhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs/voidedA special LRS-reserved verb. Used by the LRS to declare that an activity statement is to be voided from record.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Voted down (with reason)http://curatr3.com/define/verb/voted-downIndicates that the actor has voted down a discussion post and given a reason. The reason is stored in the Result Response and can be "Rude or Inappropriate" or some other value. https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Voted up (with reason)http://curatr3.com/define/verb/voted-upIndicates that the actor has voted up a discussion post and given a reason. The reason is stored in the Result Response and can be "Started Discussion", "Developed Discussion", "resolved Discussion" or some other valuehttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
waivedhttp://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs/waived“The verb “Waived” indicates that the LMS has determined that the AU requirements were met by means other than completing the AU. A "Waived" statement is used by the LMS to indicate that the AU may be skipped by the learner.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/verbs
walkedhttps://brindlewaye.com/xAPITerms/verbs/walked/Indicates that the actor walked a distance indicated by the activityhttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
was athttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/atIndicates that the actor was located at the object. For instance, a person being at a specific physical location.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
Watchedhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/watchIndicates that the actor has watched the object. This verb is typically applicable only when the object represents dynamic, visible content such as a movie, a television show or a public performance. This verb is a more specific form of the verbs "experience" "play" and "consume".https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
wonhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/winIndicates that the actor has won the object. This verb is typically applicable only when the object represents some form of competition, such as a game.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/verbs
logged-inhttps://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs/logged-inIndicates the actor gained access to a system or service by identifying and authenticating with the credentials provided by the actor.https://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs
logged-outhttps://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs/logged-outIndicates the actor either lost or discontinued access to a system or service.https://w3id.org/xapi/adl/verbs

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Activity Types

DisplayIRIDescriptionRegistry
alerthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/alertRepresents any kind of significant notification.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
applicationhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/applicationRepresents any kind of software application.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
articlehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/articleRepresents objects such as news articles, knowledge base entries, or other similar construct. Such objects generally consist of paragraphs of text, in some cases incorporating embedded media such as photos and inline hyperlinks to other resources.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Assessmenthttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/assessmentAn assessment is an activity that determines a learner's mastery of a particular subject area. An assessment typically has one or more questions.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
assessmenthttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/assessment“An assessment is an activity type that determines a learner’s mastery of a particular subject area. An assessment typically has one or more questions.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
attempthttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/attempt“An attempt is a discrete set of learner experiences in an activity. This activity gives systems the ability to uniquely identify experiences when they may have happened in different interactions with the same activity.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
audiohttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/audioRepresents audio content of any kind. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional property as specified in Section 3.1.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
badgehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/badgeRepresents a badge or award granted to an object (typically a person object)https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
binaryhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/binaryObjects of this type are used to carry arbitrary Base64-encoded binary data within an Activity Stream object. It is primarily intended to attach binary data to other types of objects through the use of the attachments property. Objects of this type will contain the additional properties specified in Section 3.2.
This activity type is included for data conversion with Activity Streams, it's not recommended for use in new Tin Can statements.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
bloghttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/blogA regularly updated website or web page, typically one authored by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Bookhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/bookA book, generally paper, but could also be an ebook. The Activity's ID will often include an ISBN though it is not required. The Definition can likely leverage the ISBN extension, 'http://id.tincanapi.com/extension/isbn', if known.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
bookmarkhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/bookmarkRepresents a pointer to some URL -- typically a web page. In most cases, bookmarks are specific to a given user and contain metadata chosen by that user. Bookmark Objects are similar in principle to the concept of bookmarks or favorites in a web browser. A bookmark represents a pointer to the URL, not the URL or the associated resource itself. Objects of this type SHOULD contain an additional targetUrl property whose value is a String containing the IRI of the target of the bookmark.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
certificatehttps://www.opigno.org/en/tincan_registry/activity_type/certificateA document attesting to the fact that a person has completed an educational course.https://registry.tincanapi.com/
Chat Channelhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/chat-channelA channel, room or conversation within an instant chat application such as Slack.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Chat Messagehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/chat-messageA message sent or received within the context of an instant chat platform such as Slack. The id of this activity should uniquely identify the particular chat message.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
checklisthttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/checklistA list of tasks to be completed, names to be consulted, conditions to be verified and similar.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
checklist itemhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/checklist-itemAn individual item contained in a checklist.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
cmi.interactionshttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/cmi.interactionInteraction activities of "cmi.interaction" type as defined in the SCORM 2004 4th Edition Run-Time Environment."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Code Commithttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/code-commitA commit to a code repository e.g. Github.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
collectionhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/collectionRepresents a generic collection of objects of any type. This object type can be used, for instance, to represent a collection of files like a folder; a collection of photos like an album; and so forth. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional objectTypes property whose value is an Array of Strings specifying the expected objectType of objects contained within the collection.
This activity type is included for data conversion with Activity Streams, it's not recommended for use in new Tin Can statements.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
commenthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/commentRepresents a textual response to another object. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional inReplyTo property whose value is an Array of one or more other Activity Stream Objects for which the object is to be considered a response.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Conferencehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/conferenceA formal meeting which includes presentations or discussions.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Conference Sessionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/conference-sessionA single presentation, discussion, gathering, or panel within a conference.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Conference Trackhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/conference-trackA specific field of study within a conference.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
coursehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/course“A course represents an entire “content package” worth of material. The largest level of granularity. Unless flat, a course consists of multiple modules.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
Coursehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/courseA course represents an entire "content package" worth of material. The largest level of granularity. Unless flat a course consists of multiple modules. A course is not content."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Curatr Organisationhttp://curatr3.com/define/type/organisationAn organisation within the Curatr platform. This is a collection of learners and courses.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
devicehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/deviceRepresents a device of any sort.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
discussionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/discussionRepresents an ongoing conversation between persons, such as an email thread or a forum topic.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Emailhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/emailElectronic message sent over a computer network from a sender to one or many recipients.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Essayhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/essayA short literary composition on a single subject, usually presenting the personal view of the author.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
eventhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/eventRepresents an event that occurs at a certain location during a particular period of time. Objects of this type MAY contain the additional properties specified in Section 3.3.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
filehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/fileRepresents any form of document or file. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional fileUrl property whose value a dereferenceable IRI that can be used to retrieve the file; and an additional mimeType property whose value is the MIME type of the file described by the object.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
filehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/file“A file is similar to a link, only the resource is more likely to be used at a) a different time, b) can be used offline, and/or c) could be used with a different system. Only the expectation changes. Files are not considered learning content or SCOs. If a file is intended for this purpose, it should be re-categorized.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
Freetext annotationhttp://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/freetextIndicates an annotation made to a document of the 'freetext' form. This is a string of text written direction onto the document at a specified location. Freetext annotations can be added anywhere on the page. Unlike note annotations, they have no border or background.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
gamehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/gameRepresents a game or competition of any kind.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Game levelhttp://curatr3.com/define/type/levelA level of a game or gamifed learning platform.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Grade classificationhttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/activitytypes/grade_classificationRepresents a grade given or received within a particular context.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
grouphttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/groupRepresents a grouping of objects in which member objects can join or leave.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Highlighted text annotationhttp://risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/highlightAn annotation of the 'highlight' type. Highlights are used to mark strings of text in a document with a color.
This activity type should only be used for highlighted text and not for highlighted images or other elements.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
imagehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/imageRepresents a graphical image. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional fullImage property whose value is an Activity Streams Media Link to a "full-sized" representation of the image."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Interactionhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/interactionAn interaction is typically a part of a larger activity (such as assessment or simulation) and refers to a control to which a learner provides input. An interaction can be either an asset or function independently.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
interactionhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/interaction“An interaction is typically a part of a larger activity (such as a assessment, game, or simulation) and refers to a control to which a learner provides input. An interaction can be either an asset or function independently.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
issuehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/issueRepresents a report about a problem or situation that needs to be resolved. For instance, the issue object can be used to represent reports detailing software defects, or reports of acceptable use violations, and so forth. Objects of this type MAY contain the additional properties specified in Section 3.4.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
jobhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/jobRepresents information about a job or a job posting.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Legacy Learning Standardhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/legacy-learning-standardActivity representing a statement generated by a course originally implemented in a legacy learning standard such as SCORM 1.2, 2004, or AICC.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
lessonhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/lesson“A lesson is learning content that may or may not take on the form of a SCO (formal, tracked learning). A lesson may stand-alone or may be part of a larger course.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
Linkhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/linkA link is simply a means of expressing a link to another resource within, or external to, an activity. A link is not synonymous with launching another resource and should be considered external to the current resource. Links are not learning content, nor SCOs. If a link is intended for this purpose, it should be re-categorized.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
linkhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/link“A link is simply a means of expressing a link to another resource within, or external to, an activity. A link is not synonymous with launching another resource and should be considered external to the current resource. Links are not learning content, nor SCOs. If a link is intended for this purpose, it should be re-categorized.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
LMShttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/lmsLearning Management System. At it's core, a platform used to launch and track learning experiences. Many LMS also have a number of other additional features.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Mediahttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/mediaMedia refers to text, audio, or video used to convey information. Media can be consumed (tracked: completed), but doesn't have an interactive component that may result in a score, success, or failure.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
mediahttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/media“Media refers to text, audio, or video used to convey information. Media can be consumed (tracked: completed), but doesn’t have an interactive component that may result in a score, success, or failure.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
meetinghttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/meeting“A meeting is a gathering of multiple people for a common cause or interest.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
Meetinghttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/meetingA meeting is a gathering of multiple people for a common causehttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Modulehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/moduleA module represents any "content aggregation" at least one level below the course level. Modules of modules can exist for layering purposes. Modules are not content. Modules are one level up from all content."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
modulehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/module“A module represents any “content aggregation” at least one level below the course level. Modules of modules can exist for layering purposes. Modules are not content. Modules are one level up from all content.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
notehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/noteRepresents a short-form text message. This object is intended primarily for use in "micro-blogging" scenarios and in systems where users are invited to publish short often plain-text messages whose useful lifespan is generally shorter than that of an article of weblog entry. A note is similar in structure to an article, but typically does not have a title or distinct paragraphs and tends to be much shorter in length."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Note annotationhttp://risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/noteIndicates an annotation made to a document of the 'note' form. This is a string of text appended to the document at a specified location. Note annotations can be added anywhere on the page.
This activity type should not be used for other types of note that are not annotations to a document.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
objectivehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/objective“An objective determines whether competency has been achieved in a desired area. Objectives typically are associated with questions and assessments. Objectives are not learning content and cannot be SCOs.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
Objectivehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/objectiveAn objective determines whether competency has been achieved in a desired area. Objectives typically are associated with questions and assessments. Objectives are not learning content and cannot be SCOs.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
offerhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/offerRepresents an offer of any kind.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
organizationhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/organizationRepresents an organization of any kind.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
pagehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/pageRepresents an area, typically a web page, that is organizations or events. While the specific details of how pages are implemented, representative of, and their characteristics and use may vary generally managed by a particular entity. Such areas are usually dedicated to displaying descriptive information about the entity and showcasing recent content such as articles, photographs and videos. Most social networking applications, for example, provide individual users with their own dedicated "profile" pages. Several allow similar types of pages to be created for commercial entitieshttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Paragraphhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/paragraphA distinct division of written or printed matter that begins on a new, usually indented line, consists of one or more sentences, and typically deals with a single thought or topic or quotes one speaker's continuous words.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Performancehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/performanceA performance is an attempted task or series of tasks within a particular context. Tasks would likely take on the form of interactions, or the performance could be self-contained content.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
performancehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/performance“A performance is an attempted task or series of tasks within a particular context. Tasks would likely take on the form of interactions, or the performance could be self-contained content. It emphasizes students or learners being able to do, or perform, specific skills as a result of the instruction.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
personhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/personRepresents an individual person.
This activity type is included for data conversion with Activity Streams, it's not recommended for use in new Tin Can statements. Agent should be used instead of person.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
placehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/placeRepresents a physical location. Locations can be represented using geographic coordinates, a physical address, a free-form location name, or any combination of these. Objects of this type MAY contain the additional properties specified in Section 3.5.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
processhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/processRepresents any form of process. For instance, a long-running task that is started and expected to continue operating for a period of time.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
producthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/productRepresents a commercial good or service. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional fullImage property whose value is an Activity Streams Media Link to an image resource representative of the product.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
profilehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/profile“A profile is an activity that defines a set of rules and recommendations for generating xAPI statements for a particular domain. The inclusion of a profile activity in a statement identifies that statement as following the rules outlined in the profile.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
questionhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/question“A question is typically part of an assessment and requires a response from the learner, a response that is then evaluated for correctness.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
questionhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/questionRepresents a question or a poll. Objects of this type MAY contain an additional options property whose value is an Array of possible answers to the question in the form of Activity Stream objects of any type.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Questionhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/questionA question is typically part of an assessment and requires a response from the learner, a response that is then evaluated for correctness.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
recipehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/recipeA recipe is an Activity that is used in the Context Activities "category" property of a Statement to indicate that the Statement is part of a pre-defined model that can be expected to have certain properties, object identifiers, or structure. Statements adhering to a particular recipe are recognizable by reporting systems for the purposes of testing, etc."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
research reporthttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/research-reportA research report from a government organization or other authoritative body giving information or proposals on an issue.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
reviewhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/reviewRepresents a primarily prose-based commentary on another object. Objects of this type MAY contain a rating property as specified in Section 4.4.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
sales opportunityhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/sales-opportunityRepresents a sales opportunity, such as one might create in a CRM tool.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Scenariohttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/scenarioScenario - scenario based learning - is delivering the content embedded within a story or scenario rather than just pushing the content straight out. Usually a story or a situation is presented to ask for learner's action, feedback or branching follow. In this way learners see how the learning is applied to job environments or real world problems.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
School Assignmenthttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/school-assignmentA school task performed by a student to satisfy the teacher. Examples are assessments, assigned reading, practice exercises, watch video, etc.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Security Rolehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/security-roleA feature that enables system administrators to restrict system access and manage access on a per-user or per-group basis.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
servicehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/serviceRepresents any form of hosted or consumable service that performs some kind of work or benefit for other entities. Examples of such objects include websites, businesses, etc.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Simulationhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/simulationA simulation is an attempted task or series of tasks in an artificial context that mimics reality. Tasks would likely take on the form of interactions, or the simulation could be self-contained content.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
simulationhttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/activities/simulation“A simulation is an attempted task or series of tasks in an artificial context that mimics reality. Tasks would likely take on the form of interactions, or the simulation could be self-contained content.”http://adlnet.gov/expapi/activityTypes
slidehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/slideSlides are defined as a single page of a presentation or e-learning lesson.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
slide deckhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/slide-deckA deck of slides generally used for a presentation.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Sourcehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/sourceUsed with activities within the Context Activities "category" property of a Statement. Indicates the authoring tool, template or framework used to create the activity provider. This may help reporting tools to recognise that that data has come from a particular origin and handle the data correctly based on that information."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Taghttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/tagActivity generally used in the "other" or "grouping" Context Activities lists to mark a statement as being related to a particular subject area. Implemented as a one word identifier used for search filtering or tag cloud generation."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
taskhttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/taskRepresents an activity that has yet to be completed. Objects of this type can contain additional properties as specified in Section 3.6.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Test data batchhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/test-data-batchA test data batch is an Activity that is used in the Context Activities "category" property of a Statement to indicate that the Statement is part of a particular collection of test data. The Id of this Activity represents a single collection of test data e.g. the data generated for a particular test or by a particular tool."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
tutor sessionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/tutor-sessionThis represents a tutoring session.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Tweethttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/tweetA short message sent on Twitter. Used with the 'tweeted' verb.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Underline annotationhttp://risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/underlineAn annotation of the 'underline' type. Underlines are used to mark strings of text in a document with a line underneath the text.
This activity type should only be used for underlined text and not for images or other elements.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
unit testhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/unit-testA unit test in a test suite that is part of a programming project.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
unit test suitehttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/unit-test-suiteSuite of unit tests used by a programming project.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
videohttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/videoRepresents video content of any kind. Objects of this type MAY contain additional properties as specified in Section 3.1.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
Voicemailhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/voicemailA recorded audio message left for someone, generally via a phone or similar communication system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes
webinarhttp://id.tincanapi.com/activitytype/webinarA seminar conducted over the Internet which may be live or recorded.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/activityTypes

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Extensions

DisplayIRIDescriptionRegistry
Actions Per Minutehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/apmA result extension used in the Tetris prototype at http://tincanapi.com/prototypes.
Actions per minute (APM) is a commonly reported on statistic in gaming as one mechanism for measuring the player's skill. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actions_per_minute
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Attempt IDhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/attempt-idUsed to differentiate between attempts within a given registration. This extension is especially useful for games, for example in the Tetris prototype at http://tincanapi.com/prototypes this extension is used as an identifier for each new game of Tetris.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
browserhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/browser-infoValue is an object containing key/value pairs describing various elements of a web browser.
An example value:
“{

"code_name": "Mozilla",

name": "Netscape",

version": "5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_2) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML like Gecko) Chrome/33.0.1750.152 Safari/537.36",

platform": "MacIntel",

user-agent-header": "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_2) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML like Gecko) Chrome/33.0.1750.152 Safari/537.36",

cookies-enabled": true

}"
code_name": "Mozilla"
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Classificationhttp://www.tincanapi.co.uk/extensions/result/classificationA result extension used to store the grade awarded as a result of the experience. The value of this extension is an activity object representing the grade earned. This activity object should have an activity type of http://www.tincanapi.co.uk/activitytypes/grade_classification. The name of the activity should contain the value of the grade (e.g. “A”). An activity object is used rather than a single letter string as grade letters in different contexts, for example a grade A for a nationally recognized qualification has very different meaning to an A awarded by a teacher to a small child for a drawing of a cat. The activity used should represent the grade within the context it is awarded.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Colorhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/colorA value representing a specific color as defined via a provided color model. Because the representation of a color depends on the model in which it was defined the value used should be an object that specifies two (at least) properties, specifically the 'model' used as well as the 'value' for the specific color within the color space. For example:
{

model: "RGB",

value: "#FFFFFF"

}
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Datehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/dateValue representing a calendar date, such as 2013-08-27. Value should be a string formatted as an ISO8601 date to match the rest of the specification values.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
DateTimehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/datetimeValue representing a calendar date and time, such as 2013-08-27 09:26:45.001. Value should be a string formatted as an ISO8601 date and time to match the rest of the specification values.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
drop downhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/drop-downIt contains an interaction component for a non standard question type. Non-standard question type used in e-learning: any number of drop-down on a graphic. Each drop-down is a subquestion.
The extension's value is an array containing objects representing each of the dropdowns/subquestions with an "id" and "description" for each option/value.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
durationhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/durationValue representing a length of time, for example the length of a video. Value should be either a string formatted as an ISO8601 duration to match the Result.duration property or a float that uses the same units as expected with correlating information (other extensions). This extension will generally be used within an Activity Definition to indicate a length of an Activity as compared to the Result.duration which captures the length of time for a specific event. For example a video may be 5 minutes long (this Extension), but an actor may have only watched 30 seconds of it (the Result.duration).https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Ending Pointhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/ending-pointThe final point at which an actor ceases an activity. For example stopping the playing of a video at a specific position either manually or automatically. Goes along with Starting Point". Can be used with types of media and/or activities other than video."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Ending Positionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/ending-positionFinal position within an ordinal set of numbers. Can also be thought of as a rank". For example the ending position of a car or runner in a race. To be used with "Starting Position"."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
feedbackhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/feedbackA value representing a piece of feedback relating to a statement. The feedback should be a string.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
GeoJSONhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/geojsonValue should be a GeoJSON object as defined by the GeoJSON specification. GeoJSON can be used to represent GPS coordinates, as well as other geometrical entities. See http://www.geojson.org/ for more information.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Highlighted stringhttp://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/extensions/highlightedStringActivity definition extension used with activities of type 'http://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/highlight' and 'http://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/activities/underline'. Stores the string of text that has been highlighted or underlined.
For example the end of one bullet point and the beginning of the next bullet might be represented as: Reliability Authority\r\n•\r\nPersonnel Issues"."
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
IP Addresshttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/ip-addressValue is a string representing an Internet Protocol address (IP address) in either IPv4 or IPv6 format. An example usage may be to help identify the client's real address location on internet as a Context extension. Another example may be to include relevant information about the http://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/page Activity type.
IPv4 Address
A string in decimal-dot notation, consisting of four decimal integers in the inclusive range 0-255, separated by dots (e.g. 192.168.0.1). Each integer represents an octet (byte) in the address. Leading zeroes are tolerated only for values less then 8 (as there is no ambiguity between the decimal and octal interpretations of such strings).
IPv6 Address
A string consisting of eight groups of four hexadecimal digits, each group representing 16 bits. The groups are separated by colons. This describes an exploded (longhand) notation. The string can also be compressed (shorthand notation) by various means. See RFC 4291 for details. For example, 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0abc:0007:0def" can be compressed to "::abc:7:def"."
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
IRLhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/irlValue should be a fully qualified IRL that is resolvable. In so far as the IRL space contains all possible URLs this is provided in place of a more specific URL to match the expectation of the specification for using IRI/IRL.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
ISBN (International Standard Book Number)http://id.tincanapi.com/extension/isbnValue should be either a 10 digit ISBN or 13 digit ISBN string. Either value is acceptable as implementing systems can easily distinguish the two based on the length of the value. For more information see ISO 2108.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Latitudehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/latitudeA geographic coordinate that specifies the north-south position of a point on the Earth's surface.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
locationhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/locationA non-specific (as in format) string value representing a location in which an activity took place. May contain an address, but for formal addresses a more specific format should be used with accompanying Extension.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Longitudehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/longitudeA geographic coordinate that specifies the east-west position of a point on the Earth's surface.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Measurementhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/measurementValue that represents a measured unit or physical quantity such as a distance or weight. For interoperability the value should be a string that follows the SI (International System of Units) recommendations for formatting and may include any value that can be described by its units. For additional information see the ISO 80000 standard.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Monetary Valuehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/monetary-valueA value representing the currency and amount of money. The value is an object with two properties, 'amount' which is a float and 'currency' which should hold an ISO 4217 code or number code.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
observerhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/observerContext extension containing an Agent or Group object representing an agent or group who observed the experience.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Open Badge Assertionhttp://specification.openbadges.org/xapi/extensions/badgeassertionResult Extension containing an object with an @id property pointing to the IRI of a hosted Open Badge Assertion.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Open Badge Classhttp://specification.openbadges.org/xapi/extensions/badgeclassActivity Definition Extension containing an object with an @id property pointing to the IRI of a hosted Open Badge Class definition.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Page indexhttp://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/extensions/pageActivity Definition extension used for activities representing entities on a page, for example highlights or notes on an annotated PDF. The value of this extension is an integer that represents the zero-based page index of the document that the activity is on. This document should be listed as the contextActivities parent.
Note that the page index is not normally equal to the page number printed on the document.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
PDF annotation highlight colourhttp://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/extensions/colorThis extension is used to describe the RGB colour of a PDF annotation highlight, underline of typewriter annotation. The value of this extension is a string, for example #FFCC66.
For any use cases outside of PDF annotations, consider http://id.tincanapi.com/extension/color to record the colour of an activity.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
PDF Rectangle maphttp://www.risc-inc.com/annotator/extensions/rectsA collection of rectangles marking an area within a PDF document. This is used to denote the location of an element on a page such as a highlight or annotation on a PDF document. Multiple rectangles may represent a single element.
The value of the extension is an array of rectangle objects. Each rectangle object has x, y, width and height properties. The value of each of these properties is a number measured in PDF Units. The X and Y coordinates are taken from the bottom left of the page.
Note that in some implementations, this the value of this extension has been a string containing a JSON encoded array of rectangle objects. This is not recommended, but tools reading statements using this extension may wish to additionally accept this JSON encoded format.
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
planned durationhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/planned-durationContext extension containing an ISO 8601 duration representing the planned duration of a scheduled or planned event.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
planned start timehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/planned-start-timeContext extension containing an ISO 8601 timestamp representing the planned start time of a scheduled or planned event.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Powered Byhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/powered-byInformation about what software is used to run a system.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
quality ratinghttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/quality-ratingValue is an object that is similar to the Result's score" property in that it should include a 'raw' value as well as 'min' and 'max' range indicators. So that a phrase such as "4 out of 5 stars" can be indicated such as:
{
raw: 4,
min: 1,
max: 5
}
https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
referrerhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/referrerTo be used in the context. Contains a single activity object representing the activity which referred the learner to the experience. For example the page of an e-learning course that sent the learner to their current location. When using this extension, it is recommended to also include the activity object as one of the 'other' contextActivities of the statement as well for tools that don't recognize this extension.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
severityhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/severityIndicates the associated level of an event. For example it could be used to indicate the level of an injury or incident.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Starting Pointhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/starting-pointThe initial point from which an agent begins an activity. For example starting to play a video from a specific position in the video. Goes along with Ending Point". Can be used with types of media and/or activities other than video."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Starting Positionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/starting-positionInitial position within an ordinal set of numbers. Can also be thought of as a rank". For example the starting position of a car or runner in a race. To be used with "Ending Position"."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
tagshttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/tagsA list of arbitrary tags to associate with a statement. Value of the extension should be an array with each tag being a string value as an element of the array.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Tetris Lineshttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/tetris-linesThe number of lines achieved in a game of Tetris or another game of a similar type. This extension is used by the Tetris game prototype at http://tincanapi.com/prototypes.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
Timehttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/timeValue representing a moment in time but not specific to a date, such as 12:34:56.789". Value should be a string formatted as an ISO8601 time to match the rest of the specification values."https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
topichttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/topicA value that contains a topic for a statement.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
tweethttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/tweetAn ID for a tweet, such as 373445672076197889. It is advised to also supply the author of the tweet's handle and the text of the tweet as values with this extension.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
WatershedLRS Organization IDhttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/watershedlrs-organization-idWatershedLRS Organization ID.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions
CMI Interaction Weightinghttp://id.tincanapi.com/extension/cmi-interaction-weightingA number that indicates the importance of this interaction relative to other interactions. Corresponds to 'cmi.interactions[x].weighting'.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/extensions

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Attachments

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Signaturehttp://adlnet.gov/expapi/attachments/signaturehttps://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/attachmentUsages
Certificate of Completionhttp://id.tincanapi.com/attachment/certificate-of-completionCertificate provided upon completion of an exercise, perhaps as part of a formal learning activity.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/attachmentUsages
Contracthttp://id.tincanapi.com/attachment/contractA contract intended to be legally binding between two parties. May be part of a sales process, hiring process, real estate transaction, etc.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/attachmentUsages
SupportingMediahttp://id.tincanapi.com/attachment/supporting_mediaA media file that supports the experience. For example a video that shows the experience taking place.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/attachmentUsages
Open Badges Baked Badge Imagehttp://specification.openbadges.org/xapi/attachment/badgeAn attached Baked Badge Image. This is a png image containing additional metadata as defined by the Open Badges specification.https://registry.tincanapi.com/#/home/attachmentUsages