We just got back from the Medbiquitous Conference 2018 in Baltimore. Great conference with lots of collaborative projects coming out of it.
There continues to be a high degree of interest in activity metrics and xAPI related projects. In particular, we heard about:
It was noted yet again that we are all immersed in our biases and, despite this, also overly dependent on subjective assessments from teachers. Things have to change.
At last, it seems like we have things back to running normally. Phew – that was way harder than we expected. Many apologies for all the inconvenience.
As well as this WordPress site, our OpenLabyrinth virtual scenario server at http://demo.openlabyrinth.ca should be working properly again.
The mail server and forgot-my-password link were offline for several weeks. Apologies to anyone who was trying to get in.
Our other linked services such as our GrassBlade LRS are now mostly back to normal. If you find continued glitches, please let us know.
We plan to upgrade our servers on Thursday afternoon, May 3rd.
You may notice interruption to the following services around the following times 1300-1600 Mountain time:
- openlabyrinth.ca — this WordPress site and the associated forums
- curios.openlabyrinth.ca — our CURIOS video mashup service
- our GrassBlade LRS
Our OpenLabyrinth v3 virtual scenario platform at demo.openlabyrinth.ca should continue to function, but there may be linked oddities at this time, as well.
We hope that these interruptions will be brief (if all goes well and allowing for glitches).