Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Maps, Sales, and Learning Management Systems. ne highlight today is an API that can allow apps to recognize math problems in images and solve them. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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We've added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Software-as-a-Service, Semantics, and Learning Management Systems categories, among others. Here's a summary of what's new.
eXact learning solutions, and its learning content management system (LCMS) has been named on the official list of Tin Can API adopters.
This is the second post of a three part series covering recent trends and developments in Education Technology. This post features information about Learning Management Systems (LMS), Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS), and Education Marketplaces.
A learning management system (LMS) is a way to track, report, document and deliver online educational resources. The Tin Can API, provided by SCORM, is attempting to rethink the way that LMSs receive and catalogue information.
There have been hundreds of Startup Weekends around the world in 2011 alone. By the end of the year, Seattle will have hosted several, including the Startup Weekend Seattle EDU which starts this weekend. The 54 hour event brings together software developers, graphic designers and business people to build education focused applications. What better way to give these new startups a leg up than to encourage them to build on top of one or more of the 40 education APIs in the directory?