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Your Systems Need to Talk: What is the Tin Can API?


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Presentation from ICELW 2013

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Your Systems Need to Talk: What is the Tin Can API?

  1. 1. Your Systems Need to TalkMegan | #TinCanAPI
  2. 2. SCORMSCORMCourseCourseLMS 1LMS 1 LMS 2LMS 2 LMS 3LMS 3Four forFour foryouyou And,And,four forfour foryouyou....and....andfour forfour foryouyouDid they finish?Did the pass?What was their score?How much time was spent?
  3. 3. SCORM and designCC image by minnesotahistoricalsociety on flickr
  4. 4. 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)
  5. 5. The interoperability challenge: SilosLMSLMSHRISHRISPOSPOS CRMCRMKnowledgeBaseKnowledgeBaseSocialPlatformSocialPlatformERPERPIntranetIntranetTalentManagementTalentManagementSCMSCMFinanceManagementFinanceManagement
  6. 6. Meet Joea new customer support agent
  7. 7. Meet Kearaa first grader in a dual language class
  8. 8. The Tin Can API is a sharedlanguage of experience, a way forsystems to talk to each otherabout what people do.
  9. 9. Back to JoeWhat does his path to proficiencyactually look like?
  10. 10. Back to KearaWhere is she succeeding andwhere is she struggling?
  11. 11. Helping individuals succeed is themost important thing we can do atan organization. And as people.
  12. 12. What would you track?
  13. 13. Tin Can’s Core
  14. 14. The Learning Record Store (LRS)LRSLRSLMSLMSHRISHRISPOSPOSCRMCRMKnowledgeBaseKnowledgeBaseSocialPlatformSocialPlatformERPERPIntranetIntranetTalentManagementTalentManagementSCMSCMFinanceManagementFinanceManagementReporting,VisualizationsReporting,Visualizations
  15. 15. Activity Data Portability
  16. 16. Tools
  17. 17. Moving to an LRS-centric architectureBusiness GoalsReduce infection rates• Proper hand washing• Equipment careReduce readmission• Patient education• Discharge procedures
  18. 18. Moving to an LRS-centric architecture
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Real-time classroom analytics
  21. 21. Business GoalDecrease productivity drains•Compliance time and quality•SMEs content to creation and deliveryReduce new hire training costs•Learning in context•Multiple system administration
  22. 22. CC image by austingovella on slideshareThink in feedback loops
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. Questions?Comments?Concerns?Jokes?Megan