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2012 DevLearn – Breaking the Shackles of Scorm – Tim Martin

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2012 DevLearn – Breaking the Shackles of Scorm – Tim Martin

  1. 1. Tin Can API BasicsBreaking the Shackles of SCORM Tim Martin Rustici Software tim.martin@tincanapi.com @timpmartin #devlearn209
  2. 2. Fondly remembered10 years ago, SCORM was a hero…of a sort
  3. 3. Aging…The things that made SCORM cute inhis 20s became the pot belly of his 40s.
  4. 4. Our antagonistLook over at the whiteboard…
  5. 5. Talk to me…SCORM is a hero no longer. Itspresenting obstacles that have led ourindustrys software to stagnate, and ourorganizations have followed.
  6. 6. I believe…Helpingindividuals succeed is the mostimportant thing we can do at anorganization. And as people.
  7. 7. Through SCORM’s looking glassStories
  8. 8. Back to schoolMr. Goforth and Oakley
  9. 9. My storyDavid, the Software Developer
  10. 10. We, with a big W.We want to build software that helpspeople become what they aspire to be.This requires understanding peoplesexperiences across contexts.
  11. 11. Standards are written to serve theintent of people. We, those of usworking on the Tin Can API, want tohelp people succeed.
  12. 12. The Tin Can API is a shared language ofexperience, a way for systems to talk toeach other about what people do.
  13. 13. Through Tin Can’s looking glassStories
  14. 14. Back to schoolMr. Goforth and Oakley
  15. 15. My storyDavid, the Software Developer
  16. 16. Your stories
  17. 17. This is realThe Tin Can API is no longer just anidea.
  18. 18. The tools will progress only as fast asyou ask them to. Do not accept thestatus quo.
  19. 19. Tin Can API BasicsBreaking the Shackles of SCORM Tim Martin Rustici Software tim.martin@tincanapi.com @timpmartin #devlearn209

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