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  • Thank you everyone for joining us today for our first look at Raptivity with Tin Can Output. You should now be able to see my screen and hear me using either your phone or VOIP audio connection
  • I am excited to announce our guest speaker Any Whitaker from Rustici software who will be joining us today. Andy focus’s on Tin Can’s API, application programming interface, and works with customers and companies that want to start using Tin Can and how to implement it.
  • Today’s agenda will cover, “What is Tin Can” and how to customize and publish a Raptivity interaction in Tin Can. We will also look at how to upload to SCORM cloud, viewing an interaction, and what the tracking results look like in SCORM. We will then look at few Raptivity interactions and compare the results of publishing in Tin Can vs. SCORM.
  • Additional notes:Tin Can captures all activities performed. Tin Can specifications are generated by ADL and Rustici helps in its implementation. TinCan uses REST based web service and JSON data to communicate with LRS.-Next generation of SCORM-Addresses limitations of SCORM (informal learning, integration with other systems, mobile learning)-Captures learning activities/events using simple statements into a LRS (Learning Record Store) –{actor, verb, object-XYZ did this }-1.0 spec soon to be released (This is currently evolving ) Tin Can is the modernize version of SCORM. Think of Tin Can as standardized plumbing that lives in the background tracking user experiences and reports those to a LRS or learning record store. It allows different systems to speak the same language for easy integration. -The Tin Can API is a brand new learning technology specification that captures the activities that happen as part of learning experiences. Recording of learners activities and results happens while people are operating on that activity and goes on till the time they finish. Using Tin Can, a wide range of systems can securely communicate with a simple vocabulary that captures the stream of activities-
  • Raptivity DemoJohn can initially talk about Raptivity v7.4 being launched with Tin Can support which is for the 35 interactions in the essential pack. Then he can move on to the actual demo of customizing interactions and publishing output to Tin Can using the SCORM cloud.
  • John can switch to Raptivity here and customize an interaction, publish to Tin Can, upload on scorm cloud, take a test and show the results.
  • Now having seen how to track an interaction using Tin Can, let’s see the difference between SCORM and Tin Can outputs through some tracked Raptivity Samples’ output
  • Let’s take the example of ‘Create a Tree’ interaction from Raptivity. We have the tracked output using both SCORM and Tin Can. Let’s see what is the difference in results.SCORM output for this interaction captures only the overall score in the form of Raw Score, overall status i.e. whether the person Failed or Passed. Additionally, it tracks the time taken by a learner for completing the exercise which in this case is 29.28 seconds. There is no detailed information available apart from that.
  • Now if we track the same interaction using Tin can, let’s see what are the results.What you can see at the first go are the following statements:John Swindall (Actor) experienced (verb) “Define Professions” (Object/Interaction name) John Swindall (Actor) failed (verb) “Define Professions” (Interaction name) with score 0Additionally it also tracks the date and time for individual activities.
  • Once you go into the detailed output i.e. once you click on the verbs Failed and Experienced, you see the detailed tracked outputs for the same.Let’s see the portion that is highlighted in the end….It says ‘John Swindall experienced Define professions (Activity)Now lets see the next highlight which says ‘John Swindall failed “Define Professions’ with score 0You must be wondering how is this different from SCORM output, If you go into the details of this particular activity which is highlighted in this section, it tells you that “Total correctly placed answers are:2. Those are: Human Resources, Public Relations.This level of detail can help you track what answers did the learner attempted right and which were attempted wrong. Consider this exercise for a group of 10 students. Using the Tin Can Output, you can actually figure out what is the point where most of the students are stuck or which is the answer that most of them answer right or wrong. This can be a very useful activity for analyzing your learners’ knowledge and in turn will help you decide the areas of improvement.Had you performed the same activity using SCORM, you would have only known the total score and status for each student and it would have given you no idea on what were the answers, what are the areas of improvement, etc.
  • Now lets compare the SCORM and Tin Can results for the Raptivity Interaction - “Classification Exercise”SCORM output for this classification exercise captures the overall score as 0 and overall status as Incomplete.Additionally, it tracks the time taken by the learner for completing the exercise.
  • Tin Can API for the same interaction tracks and publishes a detailed output.The first output screen will show the following:‘John Swindall (Actor) experienced (verb) “Famous Authors from Around the World” (Object/Interaction)John Swindall (Actor) failed (verb) “ Famous Authors from Around the World” (Object/Interaction) with score 0There is a timestamp attached to both activities aswell.
  • Once you go into the detailed output i.e. once you click on the verbs Failed and Experienced, you see the detailed outputs for the same.Let’s see this highlighted portion(Highlight1) . It says ‘John Swindall experienced “Famous Authors From Around the World”. Also note, there is a timestamp attached to this activity which we already saw in the previous slide aswellNow lets see the next highlight which says ‘John Swindall failed “Define Professions’ with score 0Going into the details of this activity (Highlight 3), you will see the total number of correctly placed answers which are 4 and the answers are listed aswell.Had you performed the same activity using SCORM, you would have only known the total score and status as only Complete/Incomplete and it would have given you no idea on what were the answers, what are the areas of improvement, etc.Thus you can easily spot out that Tin Can gives a much more detailed analytical output for any interaction which SCORM does not.
  • Let’s see the results for the next interaction – Multilevel CycleThe SCORM output for this interaction just displays the overall score as 0, overall status as ‘Passed’ along with the time that the learner took for completing the exercise.
  • The first output screen for Tin Can shows results like:John Swindall (Actor) experienced (verb) “Stages of human life Cycle” (Object)John Swindall attempted “Infancy”John Swindall attempted “Childhood”John Swindall attempted “Adolescence”John Swindall attempted “Adulthood”John Swindall completed “Stages of Human Life Cycle”Again, you can see there is a timestamp attached to each activity.
  • Going to the next detailed level for results, you can see (Highlight 1)John Swindall (Actor) experienced (verb) “Stages of human life Cycle” (Object)John Swindall attempted “Infancy”John Swindall attempted “Childhood”(Highlight2)John Swindall attempted “Adolescence”John Swindall attempted “Adulthood”Now if you go into the details of what John attempted in “Adoloscence” (Highlight 3), you will see that it was a correct attempt by john and it also displayed the statement “That’s right! This is a correct match”You can check all other attempts similarly and you will be able to see whether John gave a correct answer or no.Now lets see the nexrt section (Highlight 4) which says:John Swindall completed “Stages of Human Life Cycle”If you go into the details for this you will be able to see how many Questions did John answered correctly or incorrectly. For this particular attempt, you see the result as “ Total correctly placed answers are 5. Those are: Birth, Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood.Again a perfect example of the level of detailed tracking Tin Can can go upto. It actually tracks every activity that the user performed and displays it in very simple words along with a time stamp and you can view the details for each activity aswell i.e. what was the question, what was the correct answer, what was the user’s answer, almost everything which is not possible using SCORM. SCORM in this case only displayed whether the user passed or failed and the total score along with total time taken to complete the exercise.As a course developer, you would be unable to derive any major inferences from the SCORM output.
  • Moving to the SCORM output for our next interaction – Multipage Assessment.It tracks the overall score under the heading “Raw Score”, Overall status as “failed” and the total time taken to complete the exercise.This output screen also shows some suspension data which is in the form of ‘Your Answer’ and ‘Correct Answer’. The suspension data gives you the details on the correct and incorrect answers attempted by the user but it does not follow a sequence and is not displayed in a very user friendly display format.
  • Now let us see the Tin Can output for the same interaction.As we saw before, the output is in the form of Actor, Verb, Object, Date and Time Stamps.The highlighted sections show statements like:John Swindall experienced Greenhouse Effect TestJohn Swindall attempted “The Greenhouse effect is a result of which of the following?”John Swindall attempted “Volcanic eruptions and the path of the Earth around the Sun affect the climate”John Swindall attempted “_____ is a greenhouse gas found abundant in the atmosphere.”John Swindallfaliled ‘Greenhouse Effect Test’ with score 2.You can see that every activity has been captured in the form of simple statements along with Time Stamp.
  • Now let’s go a level deeper into some of the activities:The first highlight(Highlight 1) shows you “John Swindall experienced Greenhouse Effect Test” and John Swindall attempted “The Grrenhouse effect is a result of which of the following?”The next highlight(Highlight 2) shows you some more attempted activities.Lets see the details for one of these. Lets see the details for “John Swindall attempted “Volcanic Eruptions and the path of the Earth around the Sun also affect the climate”The details for this activity which is visible in this highlight (Highlight 3) tell you that the answer to this statement was True.If we click on the details of each activity, it will give you a clear picture on which all questions did John attempt and what were the answers for each of them. SCORM does not go into this level of detailing in a sequence and such a simple language.Let’s see another section from the output (Highlight 4)This will tell that John Swindall failed “Greenhouse Effect Test” with score 2. Now this is the output that you get from SCORM too.Using Tin Can, we can go into the details for this aswell (Highlight 5) which will show you that John’s Score was 2 out of 8 and his percentage was 25%Thus using Tin Can, you can find out every detail of the interaction in simple English sentences. It even goes upto the level of telling you which all questions were attempted, which were right, which were wrong and what were the correct answers for them. The analysis of this result can lead to effective conclusions like modifying the teaching approach or segregating students into batches for different learning techniques, etc which is not possible with the results obtained from SCORM since they are at a very basic level.(John will summarize the differences after this slide which can be referred to from the next slide (The next slide will be hidden though))
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  • We will sending a PDF after the webinar with Frequently Asked questions. It will include general Tin Can information as well detailed information for Tin Can vs SCORM, how to test your Raptivity Tin Can output in the SCORM cloud, and examples of output for different Raptivity interactions.
  • First Look at Raptivity with Tin Can Output

    1. 1. First Look at Raptivitywith Tin Can Output
    2. 2. Presenters Andy Whitaker John Swindall Tin Can Strategist Business Development Manager Rustici Software Harbinger Knowledge Products Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    3. 3. Agenda• What is Tin Can?• Unveiling Raptivity v7.4 with Tin Can Support• Andy Whitaker talks about Tin Can• Q&A Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    4. 4. What is Tin Can?• Next generation of SCORM• Addresses limitations of SCORM (informal learning, integration with other systems, mobile learning)• Captures learning activities/events using simple statements into a LRS (Learning Record Store)• 1.0 spec soon to be released Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    5. 5. Unveiling Raptivity with Tin Can Support• Raptivity supports Tin Can for Essential Pack with 35 interaction models• Now publish Tin Can in a single click• Support for additional packs coming soon Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    6. 6. Raptivity Tin Can in Action Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    7. 7. SCORM v/s Tin CanUnderstanding the difference through Raptivity Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    8. 8. Create a Tree – SCORM output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    9. 9. Create a Tree – Tin Can Output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    10. 10. Create a Tree – Tin Can Detailed Output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    11. 11. Classification Exercise – SCORM output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    12. 12. Classification Exercise – Tin Can output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    13. 13. Classification Exercise – Tin Can Detailed Output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    14. 14. Multilevel Cycle – SCORM output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    15. 15. Multilevel Cycle – Tin Can output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    16. 16. Multilevel Cycle – Tin Can Detailed Output
    17. 17. Multipage Assessment – SCORM output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    18. 18. Multipage Assessment – Tin Can output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    19. 19. Multipage Assessment – Tin Can Detailed Output Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    20. 20. Introducing Andy Whitaker Andy Whitaker Tin Can Strategist Rustici Software Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    21. 21. Tin Can Package Launch Learning Activity Andy Whitaker LRS 1 LMS 1 Reporting Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    22. 22. Learning Data delivered to LRS Native Serious Mobile Simulation Game ? App Andy Whitaker LRS Talent LMS CRM Management HRIS System Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    23. 23. Upgrade Information Upgrade Timeframe PlanWithin first 3 months of purchase FreeWithin 3 months to 1 year 15% of MSRP (at time of upgrade)After 1 year but less than 2 years 30% of MSRP (at the time of upgrade)After 2 years New product needs to be purchased Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    24. 24. Tin Can FAQsWe will soon be providing an exclusive PDFdocument with FAQs about Tin Can, as partof this Webinar. Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    25. 25. Upcoming Webinar Topic Making It (Learning) Stick Date April 30, 2013 Time 11:00 AM Pacific Time Speaker Jay Cross Highlight of the Session: Jay will describe and demonstrate multiple ways to increase learner retention Copyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
    26. 26. Thank You ! Contact info: info@raptivity.com andy.whitaker@scorm.comCopyright © 2013 Harbinger Knowledge Products Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

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