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Christian Glahn: TinCan and The Confusion About the Next Generation of SCORM

In the E-Learning world SCORM is a big thing because it is the leading framework for supporting the interoperability of complex arrangements of learning resources. The latest release of SCORM 2004 dates back to 2009, which is already 4 years old. However, pretty much from the beginning SCROM 2004 has been considered as "too complex", "too complicated", or even "too limited" to be a big success. As of  2013 the interoperability geeks in the community have a new hope that everything will be better, easier, and nicer: TinCan.

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Today: SCORM Basics webinar with @RemoteLearner - August 8th 2:00 PM EST

Introduction to SCORM standard and functionality, SCORM advantages and disadvantages, SCORM design no-no's, and SCORM troubleshooting.

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The Tin Can API has reached version 1.0

The Tin Can API has reached version 1.0 | Open Educational Resources (OER) | Scoop.it

The Tin Can API is a lot more than just "the next version of SCORM." It's a completely new e-learning standard that allows you to do the things you've always wanted to do. Mobile learning, serious games, tracking learning outside of the LMS, and many other things can be tracked in one central place. Collecting Tin Can statements from every learning activity means that you can see all of your learning data together.

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Jeremiah Stanley's curator insight, August 6, 3:15 PM

This article covers SCORM Tin Can and what it can do. The most significant advance with SCORM is the fact that you can have content that is not device specific.