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What is Tin Can?

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The Tin Can API is a brand new learning technology specification that opens up an entire world of experiences (online and offline). A wide range of systems can now securely communicate with a simple vocabulary that captures this stream of activities. ADL (the keepers of SCORM) is the steward of this new specification aka “the next generation of SCORM.”. Both SCORM and Tin Can API allow track completion; track time; track pass/fail; and report a single score.

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Difference between SCORM and AICC; benefits

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For example, what that means is AICC compliant e-learning courses can be hosted, tracked, and accessed on LMS platforms that are compliant with AICC. And in a way to address them, the SCORM model was created as part of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) initiative.

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Building the Next Generation of SCORM

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There have been a lot of changes in internet technology over those years, as well as, many changes in how professional learning is administered and tracked. Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) is leading the effort for the next generation of SCORM. Ability to handle offline and long-running content. The data tracked by existing specifications is not exposed to developers in a standard way and requires LMS expertise to access. by Jonathan Shoaf.

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Tin Can API: What It Has in Store for Online Learning Environments

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It can help you track, store, and communicate learning experiences, both offline and online, in the form of statements. It is a technology specification or standard that enables you to track learning activities, both online and offline, from different platforms in the form of learning experiences. It was done as a part of a research project commissioned by The Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative. Recording offline learning activities.

Moving and receiving xAPI data in an LRS rich environment

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Each of these people have different goals, whether ensuring their data is completely secure or ensuring xAPI courses get into learners hands most efficiently. LMSs: LMSs are used to play and track eLearning content and can often allow users to analyze the data they play. Mobile applications: Mobile applications can capture xAPI data offline, store it and then send it to other systems when back online. Store xAPI data offline.

SCORM vs. Tin Can xAPI: A simple guide to everything you need to know

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Since the beginning of learning management systems (LMS), SCORM has been recognised as the industry-standard model for progress tracking in online courses. Experience API, or Tin-can as it was originally known, is a protocol for tracking learning-related activity. It can also integrate with other platforms recording and tracking data from Sales CRMs, offline assessments and CMS, giving you insights into training efficacy and employee performance.

Tin Can vs. SCORM: What’s It All About?

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Tin Can (or the Experience API), the successor to SCORM, is an e-Learning software specification that allows learning content and learning systems to speak to each other in a manner that records and tracks all types of learning experiences. Both SCORM and the Tin Can API were developed by the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), a research group sponsored by the DoD, with help from Rustici Software.

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Standard Options Apply

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Some in the LTSC are very familiar with the European Union’s policies on privacy, security, data ownership and the rights of individuals in digital spaces. In response to their concerns about “tracking,” which rightly furrows eyebrows and adds wrinkles prematurely to us all, a suggestion that gained momentum was that we consider breaking up xAPI into three separate standards efforts — three different documents to be linked together.

The What, How and Why of xAPI in Corporate Learning

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In the training context, this means knowing and tracking everything that the learner does, from reading an ebook to webinars and mobile-based lessons. who serves as the Director of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, aptly put it ‘xAPI helps us put the puzzle together’. Such in-depth and integrated snapshots of learning activities secured by the communication protocol can be analyzed to derive actionable insights.

CellCast mSCORM Player Announced

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and v2004 SCORM packages (as generated by a variety of 3rd party authoring tools) and allows for full content playback and tracking in both online AND offline settings. Our efforts along the way have also been greatly assisted by Jason Haag and Judy Brown over at Advanced Distributed Learning ("ADL") who offered insights and advice as to where SCORM + Mobile is today and listened to our list of aspirations for where we hope it evolves in the future.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

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ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning). A cloud-based LMS is a web-based platform that helps companies to deliver, track, and report on eLearning. The main difference between a cloud LMS and other solutions is that learning content, tracking and reporting data is stored in the cloud. Users can view documents but the CMS cannot track and report on their progress as an LMS does. PCI (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard). SSL (Secure Socket Layer).