What is Tin Can and Why Should I Care?

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Presentation given at ASTD TechKnowledge 2013 that discusses the current state of the Instructional Designer and some considerations for the community to embrace the emerging technology of the Tin Can API.

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  • More data does not necessarily mean better stories.Very little of that data today is actionable or useful.Today when we identify a training need, it’s usually too late.Reactive vs. ProactiveAccepted gap: learning instead of actionable performance.Applying an old strategy to new performance-based strategy.
  • What is Tin Can and Why Should I Care?

    1. 1. What is Tin Can andWhy Should I Care? David Kelly Kevin Thorn
    2. 2. World of Instructional Design
    3. 3. World of Instructional Design
    4. 4. TinCan – Experience APIhttp://tincanapi.com
    5. 5. Noun – Verb - ObjectDavid Experienced Slide 5David Answered Question 6David Experienced this webpageDavid Read this book.David Commented on an eLearn Magazine article.David Watched this Youtube video
    6. 6. Instructional Design Gaps
    7. 7. Instructional Design Gaps
    8. 8. Instructional Design Gaps
    9. 9. Instructional Design Gaps
    10. 10. Should IDs Care?Instructional Designers need to payattention to what is going onaround them. They can then beginto prepare for the changes to come.
    11. 11. Discuss
    12. 12. Resourceshttp://bit.ly/SWwKZu
    13. 13. Thank You!David Kelly Kevin ThornLnDDave@gmail.com kevin@learnnuggets.com@LnDDave @LearnNuggetsdavidkelly.me NuggetHead.net

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