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Epic's Head of Platforms Mark Aberdour presents 'The use of Tin Can and Open Badges for learning' to a packed seminar at Learning Technologies Summer Forum.

Epic's Head of Platforms Mark Aberdour presents 'The use of Tin Can and Open Badges for learning' to a packed seminar at Learning Technologies Summer Forum.

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  • Tracks formal e-learning only Tracks high level completion Only takes a single quiz scoreLINK: Learning must start at the LMS
  • Layer 4: start to analyse the impact of learning activities on performance, and adjust the learners’ activities as needed. LEARNING ANALYTICS.TCAPI can provide the plumbing for an LA programme.
  • Layer 4: start to analyse the impact of learning activities on performance, and adjust the learners’ activities as needed. LEARNING ANALYTICS.TCAPI can provide the plumbing for an LA programme.
  • Layer 4: start to analyse the impact of learning activities on performance, and adjust the learners’ activities as needed. LEARNING ANALYTICS.TCAPI can provide the plumbing for an LA programme.
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    • 1. The use ofTin Can and OpenBadges for learningMark AberdourHead of Learning Platforms
    • 2. AgendaA shared backgroundWhat is Tin Can/Experience API?What is Open Badges Initiative?Complementary or competing?
    • 3. A sharedbackground
    • 4. Learning happensanywhere
    • 5. Assessment happensanywhere
    • 6. Very little online learninghappens on the LMS
    • 7. Current learning standards not fitfor 21st century. Enter...
    • 8. Tin Can/ExperienceAPI
    • 9. What Tin Can API doesLayer 1: Frees us from the obsolete constructs of SCORMLayer 2: Allows us to record ANY learning experienceLayer 3: Frees learners’ data from the LMSLayer 4: Enables merging with performance data
    • 10. How Tin Can API worksTin Can-enabled activities send simple statements to aLearning Record Store (LRS).LRSE-learning Game Simulator Blog YouTube
    • 11. Tin Can statementsNoun Verb Object
    • 12. Healthcare compliance programme“Jenny completed ane-learning modulein 21m”
    • 13. “Jenny attendedPalliative Care workshop on01 April 2013”Healthcare compliance programme
    • 14. “Jenny viewedPalliative Care video ”Healthcare compliance programme
    • 15. “Jenny listenedto team podcast”Healthcare compliance programme
    • 16. “Jenny attendedmentoring sessionon 02 March 2013”Healthcare compliance programme
    • 17. “Jenny passedPalliative CareCompliance Courseon 02 April 2013”Healthcare compliance programme
    • 18. Activity streams
    • 19. Merge with performance data
    • 20. Merge with performance data
    • 21. Merge with performance data
    • 22. ChallengesUnreliabilityof selfreportingPrivacy andethicsconcernsDatacorrelationsshould notbe taken atface value
    • 23. Improving the learningexperienceDatacollectionstandardLearninganalyticsLearningEngagementRetentionRecruitment
    • 24. LMS support
    • 25. Authoring tool support
    • 26. Tin Can summaryTrack the learning experience, not just outcomesTrack learning from anywhereActivity streams of learning activitiesFree user data from software lock-inLearning analytics to improve the learning experience
    • 27. OpenBadgesInitiative
    • 28. Visual representations ofachievements, learning, skills, interests,competenciesCapture learning pathSignal achievementsReward and motivationCapture non-traditional skillsPersonal reputation and identity buildingCommunity building
    • 29. Source: onlinecollege.org
    • 30. Source: Kyle Bowen / Purdue University
    • 31. EarnerEmployeeStudentEvent attendeeBadges in multiple systemsExported to Backpack
    • 32. IssuerEmployersColleges and universitiesDistance learningorganisationsConference organisersAdult education classesFree online courses
    • 33. DisplayerLearning ManagementSystemsPersonal blogsSocial networksJob sites
    • 34. Created by organisationsTarget a specific set of skillsPotentially a complexhierarchyCreated by communitiesDeveloped throughcommunity narrativeFocus on what is importantto themTop downbadgesystemsBottom upbadgesystems
    • 35. Open Badge summaryTrack learning outcomes and achievementsBadge system will track achievements over a curriculumExportable to public BackpackAccreditation/endorsement lends weight
    • 36. Complementarysystems
    • 37. Track learning experiencesDetailed, granular activitiesConnect to LRS for datastorageInsight into learning paths,performance improvement,trend analysisLearning analytics – improvethe learning experienceTrack learning outcomesHigher level achievementsConnect to Backpack forvisualisation of skillsInsight into curriculum pathwaysTin Can API Open Badges
    • 38. epiclearninggroup.com