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Rethinking Learning Systems with the Tin Can API

Topic:
Rethinking Learning Systems with the Tin Can API
Date:
April 15, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Mike Rustici, President(Rustici Software)
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Description
Rethinking Learning Systems with the Tin Can API

The Tin Can API is having a massive impact on the way we deliver training and learning in our organizations. This session will talk about how organizations are rethinking the role and structure of learning systems to best capitalize on the capabilities of the Tin Can API.

Tin Can enables us to deliver and track learning in mobile devices, educational games, simulations and virtual worlds. Tin Can allows us to track informal learning and learning that happens outside the enterprise. It allows for learning data to move about freely and to be more tightly integrated with the larger enterprise.

These new capabilities have a dramatic impact on how we need to think about learning system design in the enterprise.

In this session, we will cover:

• The new role of the Learning Record Store (LRS) as a central hub of learning data
• The introduction of independent Training Delivery Services (TDS) for content delivery
• Accessibility of data in and out of the enterprise
• Unexpected sources of learning activity data
• The role of the LMS in this new world
• Measuring the business impacts of training and learning initiatives through outcome analysis
• Independent and specialized reporting tools for data analysis
• Concerns about privacy, data ownership, transparency, etc

On its own, learning data is only marginally interesting. Learning should permeate every aspect of the organization and the data it generates should drive performance throughout the organization. Come to this session to learn how innovative organizations are starting to implement this vision to maximize talent development.

All members of your organizations learning and talent development teams will be interested to hear about the innovative new ways companies are combining data from different systems to capture learning across the enterprise.


Who Should Participate
Members of learning teams within organizations.
What You Will Learn
  • The new role of the Learning Record Store (LRS) as a central hub of learning data
  • The introduction of independent Training Delivery Services (TDS) for content delivery
  • The role of the LMS in this new world
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Authoring Tools
Analytics and Measurement
Simulations
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Blended Learning
Content Development
Planning and Strategy
Technology Enabled Learning
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Rustici Software

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Altair Engineering Inc
3 / 5
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Centers For Disease Control & Prevention
5 / 5
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Epath Learning Inc
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Riverbed Technology, Inc.
3 / 5
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Ur-Energy USA Inc.
4 / 5
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California Department of Rehabilitation
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University Of Houston
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University Of Toronto
4 / 5
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Alberta Health Services
2 / 5
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Mayo Clinic
5 / 5
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Elwood Staffing
4 / 5
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Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP
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Resources Global Professionals
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Rustici Software
5 / 5
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American Factory Direct Furniture
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Minnesota Health Department
Both to obtain credit and learn more/gain up-to-date knowledge 3 / 5
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Island Savings Credit Union
Good high level overview. Speaker needs to speak more clearly into his device he was using. He kept fading in and out. We were missing important commentary 3 / 5
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Emory University
Great overview thank you for a terrific presentation! 5 / 5
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Mike Rustici is an excellent and very engaging speaker with impressive strategic insight. 5 / 5
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Shaw Industries Group Inc
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3 / 5
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Center for Creative Leadership
Would you please email me your slides? Thank you! Kelly 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation

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