Use Cases for a Brave New World

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  • Concept of the independent LRS has started to take hold Profound implications for enterprise architectures and LMS’s
  • It’s an uber technical, it was written a long time ago. There’s nothing to be designed about SCORM itself. It’s about designing things that can be properly packed and moved.
  • It’s an uber technical, it was written a long time ago. There’s nothing to be designed about SCORM itself. It’s about designing things that can be properly packed and moved.
  • Design, lean, and agile processes are boiled down to the same 3 key activities, in a loop
  • Layer Three of the Onion – Free the data -What is an LRS Vandy: -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 Locker Statements should be mine Now we can connect data from all these LRS’s and LMS’s Tin Can makes this possible
  • Introducing the Personal Data Locker Statements should be mine Now we can connect data from all these LRS’s and LMS’s Tin Can makes this possible
  • Use Cases for a Brave New World

    1. 1. Use Cases in a Brave New WorldMegan BoweTinCanAPI.com@meganbowe | #TinCanAPI
    2. 2. Interoperability
    3. 3. (quit looking so excited)
    4. 4. Tin Can’s Core
    5. 5. The Learning Record Store (LRS)
    6. 6. Activity Data Portability
    7. 7. SCORM and designCC image by minnesotahistoricalsociety on flickr
    8. 8. How has SCORM constrained theimagination of designers?You have to make a course.The course can only tell you certain things.The course has to live in an LMS.(duration, score, finished, passed)
    9. 9. Think in feedback loops
    10. 10. CC image by austingovella on slideshare
    11. 11. Tin Can Tools
    12. 12. Moving to an LRS-centric architectureBusiness GoalsReduce infection rates• Proper hand washing• Equipment careReduce readmission• Patient education• Discharge procedures
    13. 13. Moving to an LRS-centric architecture
    14. 14. Business GoalsDecrease support costs• Usability• Resource accessibilityImprove customer satisfaction• New user orientation• Workflow creation• On-demand support
    15. 15. Business GoalImprove teacher efficiency in ablended learning environment• Paper management• Siloed application jugglingImprove teacher’s ability tosupport individual students• Real time insight• Intervention• Grouping based on skill level
    16. 16. Real-time classroom analytics
    17. 17. Business GoalDecrease productivity drains•Compliance time and quality•SMEs content to creation and deliveryReduce new hire training costs•Learning in context•Multiple system administration
    18. 18. Altruistic GoalOpen the door to data ownership•Explain Tin Can•Show ownership•Self-analysis
    19. 19. 1. What’s the opportunity?2. What activities do you believe lead to what outcomes?3. What outcomes will support which goals?4. What interactions can generate data that will inform yourdecisions?5. Where can you create loops and iteratively improve them?(should be many places)Starting
    20. 20. Questions?Comments?Concerns?Jokes?Megan Bowemegan.bowe@tincanapi.com@meganboweTinCanAPI.com

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