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Designing Beyond SCORM: What is the Tin Can API? with Megan Bowe; Thursday March 21, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT March 12, 2013

Posted by karlgrieb in Misc.

Program Description:

Megan will explain how SCORM has impacted instructional design over time. She will describe Tin Can at a high level, what it is and how it’s being used. She will discuss the new possibilities that Tin Can opens up in designing for learning beyond courseware. There will be examples of ways that Tin Can can help to match learning activities and objectives to real world performance, using some tools that exist today and some that will be built tomorrow.

About the Speaker:

Megan Bowe is a designer and strategist with a history of working with learning-technology startups. Championing data-driven design, Megan works on projects that require a bigger lens to bring learning, portability of data, and formative analysis into focus. Megan currently helps people build strategies and design products with the Tin Can API at Rustici Software, and she co-created Up to All of Us, an un-conference focused on advancing the intersections between learning, design, and technology. You find her blogging at TinCanAPI.com or tweeting @meganbowe

Rustici Software is the leading provider of products and services to assist with Tin Can API and SCORM conformance. Hundreds of LMSs, authoring tools, LRSs and content libraries are powered by Rustici Software technology. Rustici Software researched and drafted the first Tin Can API specification through a BAA from The Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative. They continue to support the development of the spec and strive to help people make the best use of it.

Registration Info:

Please register for this virtual session using this URL: https://student.gototraining.com/r/7914718253254627328

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.



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