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Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities
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Course Tech 2013, June Jamrich Parsons, Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities

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Learning management systems are a pervasive tool in higher education, but many seasoned instructors chafe at the …

Learning management systems are a pervasive tool in higher education, but many seasoned instructors chafe at the
limitations of their SCORM-based learning management system. Tin Can is the next generation SCORM, redesigned
for an era of mobile devices, massive online open courses (MOOCs), interactive content providers, and savvy
instructors. Join interactive textbook pioneer, June Jamrich Parsons, for a session packed with information about
this cutting edge technology. You’ll preview some innovative Tin Can apps while exploring how Tin Can will
transform your learning management system and create possibilities for changing the learning dynamics in
your courses.

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  • 1. Tin Can + LMS = New Possibilities June Jamrich Parsons, Author New Perspectives on Computer Concepts New Perspectives Microsoft Excel Practical Computer Literacy The Practical PC Practical Open Source Office Practical Microsoft Office
  • 2. What do you think?• Which LMS do you use?• What do you like best about it?• What do you like least about it?
  • 3. First Encounters 76 32 97 88 Scores LMS 86 20
  • 4. First Encounters 76 32 97 88 Scores LMS 86 20
  • 5. First Encounters 76 32 97 88 SCORM Scores LMS 86 20
  • 6. What’s under the hood? SCORM
  • 7. SCORM• Shareable Content Object Reference Model• Developed by ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning) initiative under the direction of the U.S. Department of Defense• SCORM 1.1 released 2000• Current: SCORM 2004 4th Ed. released 2009
  • 8. SCORM is “Siloed” Technology © Anne Burgess• Siloed Application: An application that does not interact with other applications or information systems. A siloed application is any software that functions on its own to solve a problem. Such applications are often found within the many departments of large enterprises.
  • 9. “Shared” means that once youcreate a module, you can install iton any compliant LMS LMS LMS LMS LMS
  • 10. “Shared” means that once youcreate a module, you can install iton any compliant LMS Lesso LMS n1 LMS LMS LMS
  • 11. “Shared” means that once youcreate a module, you can install iton any compliant LMS Lesso n1 Lesso LMS n1 LMS LMS LMS
  • 12. “Shared” means that once youcreate a module, you can install iton any compliant LMS Lesso n1 Lesso LMS Lesso n1 n1 LMS LMS LMS
  • 13. “Shared” means that once youcreate a module, you can install iton any compliant LMS Lesso n1 Lesso LMS Lesso n1 n1 Lesso n1 LMS LMS LMS
  • 14. But there is no access to external data 95 88 Lesso n1 100% 32 99 28 LMS LMS LMS LMS
  • 15. SCORM doesn’t handle scores from: MOOCsInstructional Cloud-based TextbooksCDs LMS Mobile Apps Khan Academy
  • 16. Tin Can to the Rescue!• Tin Can is a modernized version of SCORM that frees instructors, students, and data from the confines of siloed learning management systems.
  • 17. • Also referred to as “the Experience API” or “Next Generation SCORM”
  • 18. • Developed by ADL (SCORM developers) and Rustici Software• Released in 2012• Tin Can is an API (application programming interface)
  • 19. • Tin Can is an API (application programming interface)• Open source (free)
  • 20. Share most any learning data• Formal Learning• Test scores• Completing a reading assignment• Submitting homework• Informal Learning• Attending class• Participating in a mentoring session• Accessing a social network• Finding a fact with Google• Reading a Wikipedia page
  • 21. Rich reporting languageAsserted Subject Verb Object Target Result DatebyKhan Sally Completed Quiz 2 100 90 12/10Academy Student
  • 22. Rich reporting language http://youtu.be/cRJaF9ikhMc
  • 23. Tin Can collects data from any compliant app... MOOCs Instructional Cloud-based Textbooks CDs Mobile Apps Khan Academy
  • 24. ...and ships it to an LRS MOOCs LRS
  • 25. LRS• An LRS (learning record store) is basically a database for Tin Can data• It can be used on its own or in conjunction with an LMS © Rustici Software
  • 26. Track data from any compliant source• The learning experience to be tracked doesn’t have to originate in the LMS. In SCORM, the only way to track a learning experience is to login to an LMS, register for a preselected e-learning course and then launch it from within the LMS. In Tin Can, it doesn’t matter where or when students discover and begin a learning experience, it can all be tracked.
  • 27. Setup optional• The LRS doesn’t need to know about activities ahead of time. In SCORM, content must be imported and registered with the LMS before it can be delivered and tracked. This limits what can be tracked to e-learning content that the LMS administrator has preselected. A Tin Can LRS collects data on the fly for learning activities and even for your student roster.
  • 28. Let’s try it• Tin Can Bookmarklet
  • 29. Let’s try it• Cloud-based textbook
  • 30. Learning data becomes ubiquitous• Collect data from many sources• Collect data for a wide variety of activities• Publishers as well as instructors can collect data
  • 31. Issues• Understand the meaning of what you collect – Time on page – Access to page – Unproctored scores
  • 32. Issues• Student Privacy – How much data about a student’s study habits should be available to instructors and publishers? – How do you factor in soft skills with hard results?
  • 33. More to Explore• tincanapi.com• scorm.com/tincanoverview/• www.saltbox.com/ [WaxLRS]• tincanapi.com/what-is-tin-can/adopters/

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