Major traditional authoring tools jumping aboardMotivations:-More robust tracking-Mobile-Cross domain hosting-Track more details of user interactions
Traditional LMS vendors jumping aboard tooMotivations:-largely same as content vendors, mobile, cross domain, track more detailEarly adopters deserve a lot of credit as pioneering innovative organizations willing to take some risk to provide better productsLargely traditional vendors are using Tin Can to do what could be done before in a better way, SCORM parityRest of this presentation talks about new vendors doing innovative things with Tin Can
Curatr is an online platform that enables instructors to transform any digital content into a social game for learning. Virtual Classroom focused on a topic (for education or organizations). Learners can contribute learning objects to this room (really any webpage can become a learning object). The class then discusses why this is interesting, etc. (so commenting, collaboration are all part of this). The more a student contributes the more points they receive. The Tin Can API forms a core part of their platform, enabling enhanced tracking and personalization features to report back advanced usage data seamlesslyThis features lends itself nicely to Tin Can as well as badges.
By Bottom-line PerformanceProprietary game engine uses spaced learning and repetition for maximum knowledge transfer.The Knowledge Guru™ game engine uses Tin Can API as a bridge between its stand-alone database and a client's LMS.
Multimedia rich, interactive digital textbooks. Now with Tin Can support, BookOnPublish is able to deliver student results to any Tin Can API compatible LRS.Cross platform - proprietary system (bridge to lms)
Virtual classroom on a broad range of operating systems and devices, in real time, for multiple users in a virtual environment. Rapport is ideal for just-in-time, point of operation instruction as well as collaborative, instructor led and self-paced training.Rrobust tracking of not only learning progress and scores but also detailed recording of student interactions in a wide variety of learning activities and 3D simulations.
Layer Two of the Onion – Capture Informal Learningencourages people to reflect on their daily experiences to sort out what they did and how they learned from it. collects what was learned, photos, people involved, ratings, and categoriesalso connects to social networks.Other examples: BookmarkletBook scannerPossibilities
Layer Three of the Onion – Free the data-What is an LRSVandy:-Using LRS as center of architecture-Previously many LMS’s, transition from LMS being the center to LMS being one source of learning data-Data to come in from many other places-Possible because of data portability in Tin Can-See many others adopting model of TDS and LRS-Independent reporting tool possibilities
Introducing the Personal Data LockerStatements should be mineNow we can connect data from all these LRS’s and LMS’sTin Can makes this possible