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  • Absorb LMS is licensed to over 500 organizations including the US Department of Energy, Adobe, Oakley, NYU and Rolls Royce Motorcars. We estimate that 1.2 million learners have active Absorb accounts

    We support AICC, SCORM and Tin Can, and have worked closely with Rustici Software on a special project for Vanderbilt University. While our standard SaaS model offers Tin Can course support using our own Tin Can engine, the Vanderbilt version includes direct integration with the Rustici LRS and Rustici SCORM Engine.

     
  • Adobe®, Captivate® (7+) includes support for Tin Can API 1.0 along with SCORM and AICC publishing options. Users can build the content that suits their needs from HTML5 to streaming YouTube videos and in-course web browsing. With the addition of Tin Can support, courses created with Captivate can now be exported as Tin Can packages to work in any LMS that has Tin Can support.

     
  • AEL Data is a company that offers e-book reading and learning solutions for mobile and web platforms. These solutions are developed in compliance with international standards and norms such as ePub2, ePub3, SCORM and the Tin Can API as per client requirements.

    They have developed content, and also reader applications for online and offline reading/learning with DRM(Content Security), in compliance with the Tin Can API for Educational Management Companies, Educational Publishers and Educational Institutions.

     
  • For our current project we are using Articulate Storyline tool to publish the Tin Can compliant courses in our online course, The Tin Can API allows an activity to be defined within the tincan.xml file or directly within a statement. Articulate defines activities in the tincan.xml file.

    For upcoming projects we will be using TIN CAN API very extensively. Here are the core feature of the course we are targeting to achieve using Tin Can API:

    • Tracking user performance in mobile applications, Platform transition (start e-learning on a mobile device, finish it on a computer)
    • Tracking learning plans and goals
    • Group Learning tracking
    • Collaboration/Social Media

    As it is not dependent on the LMS, so will be using LRS technique to store data, we will be using web-services to transform data to any devices.

     
  • Aquafadas is a leading provider of digital publishing software covering all aspects from authoring to distribution of digital documents in mobile apps and on the web.

    Users can build rich content using a dedicated plugin for InDesign or through a full featured platform in the cloud. Aquafadas caters to different customer needs, from magazines and book publishers to corporation and educational institutions.

    Aquafadas is adding the Tin Can communication layer to a growing numbers of its widgets starting with the new assessment modules and continuing with their video, audio and games modules.

    The apps built using the Aquafadas tools, on Android, iOS or on the web, integrate a TinCan enabled document reader. Every widget in the document gets instantly connected to a Tin Can endpoint that is retrieved efficiently when using the app online.
    When run offline, all Tin Can statements are saved for submission at a later date.

    Aquafadas is further enhancing its support for Tin Can by extending its application back-office to meet the needs of academic book publishers

     

    InDesign Authoring by Aquafadas is an Authoring Tool plugin for Adobe InDesign that enables you to embed rich interactions into your InDesign documents. Aquafadas is adding Tin Can tracking to these interactions; currently only the quiz interaction can be tracked with Tin Can.

     
  • Articulate has added the capability to create Tin Can-enabled e-learning courses using their Storyline and Presenter products.

     
  • A wide variety of multilingual courses for BISCUE App and BISCUE e-Learning/m-Learning support the Tin Can based LMS/LRS offering wonderful learning experiences for global business professionals.

    The courses are designed to help the user learn and master the diversified knowledge and skills needed to become a competent businessperson.

     
  • Blackboard is adding Tin Can support to its Learn platform so users can import, launch and report on Tin Can content.

     
  • Bottom-Line Performance designs and develops learning solutions – mobile learning, games, apps, elearning and more. BLP has integrated Tin Can API into its Knowledge Guru™ learning game engine and has created a comprehensive reporting interface for visualizing Tin Can statements.

     
  • Brightwave is using the Tin Can API to allow learners to capture and share experiences from any source for ongoing personal reference and wider use within their teams or Tessello community.

    Tessello is a new web-based learning service from Brightwave which enables learner collaboration and curation alongside expert content to create a dynamic, work-relevant learning experience.

     
  • Brillium Inc. makes an authoring, delivery, and result analysis software called the Brillium Platform (formerly Testcraft). Our software is able to collect data from large groups of people, deliver content, and administer tests, exams, certifications, and surveys. An important feature is the ability to send learner completions and scored pass/fail results of assessments to an LRS via the Tin Can API/Experience API.

     
  • The Design a Course LMS includes Tin Can support to both play and track Tin Can content, and as a standalone LRS reporting tool.

     
  • Correlating many types of training to real-world performance.

    People train for emergencies. When one happens, they use that training. When the emergency is over, there is a debriefing, to look back on the process and see how well the relief effort went.

    Watershed LRS allows Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to directly connect the effectiveness of the pre-emergency training to the actual relief effort, and measure what led to its success.

    CRS is using Articulate Storyline to create some of their training. Storyline is already Tin Can conformant, which lets us take a jump forward in work. They’re also now capturing facilitators' observations during face-to-face training, which wasn’t trackable before introducing Watershed.

    The real value comes in correlating the different types of training to the actual results of their relief efforts. Getting insights into those correlations can directly affect CRS’ core objectives.

     
  • Clarity Consultants is a leading provider of Learning and Development consultants to the Fortune 1000. They focus exclusively on instructional design, facilitation, e-learning, project management, and specialized learning and development consultation.

    Knowledge and implementation experience with Tin Can has become a commonly requested skill of their consultant network. They are constantly striving for more effective ways to measure results of the various learning initiatives they implement and Tin Can is playing an ever expanding role in that.

     
  • For over thirty years, CLD has provided their pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device clients with customized training solutions. By focusing on the right combination of learning, creativity, and technology, CLD creates effective training programs to meet the complex knowledge needs of trainers and learners in today’s competitive life sciences’ landscape. CLD is aggressively incorporating Tin Can into many of their learning solutions. For example, by enabling their PI and Clinical Reprint App to generate Tin Can statements, clients are provided with actionable and detailed insight into their sales reps’ use of the tool. With Tin Can, CLD can track and report on an almost unlimited amount of activities or interactions. This includes tracking annotations and specific responses to Knowledge Self-Checks. Sales reps can even be timed on their ability to find the right reference in a reprint or PI in response to a mock physician objection.

     
  • Clear Learning Systems uses Tin Can technology and its LRS to improve reporting, increase accessibility of content and highlight the real benefits of training for business.
    Clear offers an LRS, SCORM wrapper, various LMS plug-ins as well as content development services.

     
  • CM Group creates e-learning and m-learning for the largest and most innovative companies in the world.

    CM Group has added a TinCan Learning Record Store (LRS) to its Luminosity Reach LMS. This opens up a wide range of offline mobile learning scenarios. In addition, CM Group has updated its authoring tools to support Tin Can tracked content. This content can be consumed online via a browser, or it can be delivered to the Luminosity Mentor range of native Apps for offline consumption. When the App user is offline, Tin Can statements are cached locally and then resent to the LRS when connectivity is re-established.

     
  • CommLab India LLP is a leading custom eLearning solutions provider developing state-of-the-art eLearning services to organizations across the world. CommLab India specializes in developing industry-specific training solutions particularly in verticals such as Pharmaceuticals & Health care sector, High-Tech & IT Sector, Finance & Insurance Sector and Energy & Manufacturing Sector.

    CommLab India has carefully studied Tin Can API features and updates that have been developed to overcome the limitations of SCORM standards and have started to implement the same in one of their courses and tested it successfully in cloud LRS for correct tracking and statements.

     
  • Coracle uses the Tin Can API at the core of their myCoracle Learning Line LRS/LMS platform. With a background in designing accredited learning programmes, Coracle work with not-for-profits, professional bodies, institutes and companies to produce mobile/tablet/PC optimised courses that promote open and social learning.

     

    The myCoracle Learning Line LRS/LMS platform uses Tin Can internally to track, flag for review and report on learning activities.

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  • Cordiant Learn is a contemporary learning platform for K-12, higher education, enterprises, associations, governments and educational publishers. Designed with a mobile-first approach, Cordiant Learn works well on iPads, iPhones, iPods, Android phones and tablets and Windows Surface through native apps and on laptops and desktops through the browser interface.

    The Cordiant Learn Platform has been built from the ground-up to be Tin Can compliant and has been updated to comply with Tin Can 1.0.

     
  • CourseMill has committed to support the Tin Can API in the next release.

     
  • The relationships between skills training plus performance monitoring and treatment outcomes.

    Devereux is a leading non-profit behavioral healthcare organization that provides services for individuals with emotional, developmental & educational disabilities.

    They want to improve treatment outcomes for individuals served by enhancing employee performance. Watershed allows this by tracking the experiences that happen to employees during training as well as during performance monitoring on-the-job, and correlating that experience data to the real-world outcomes of individuals served.

    Watershed is going to allow Devereux to more thoroughly research the relationships between skills training plus performance monitoring and treatment outcomes.

     
  • Digital Knowledge is leading the way with the Tin Can API in Japan with the KnowledgeDeliver LMS. KnowledgeDeliver is a full featured LMS that provides support for both SCORM and Tin Can API standards.

     
  • Docebo Cloud is a web-based Learning Management System delivered “as a service” that can be deployed in the Cloud without any downloads or updates required. Designed to be flexible, easy-to-use and feature-rich, Docebo Cloud is already supporting the Tin Can API. Their Cloud LMS is able to receive Tin Can statements through its built-in LRS, but users can also upload their own Tin Can packages inside the LMS, and use them in order to explore the opportunities offered by this awesome rising standard. Docebo is steadily focused on integrating its LMS with technologies able to make e-learning simpler and more accessible to businesses of any kind and size.

     
  • DominKnow has added the capability to create Tin Can enable e-learning courses using their Claro application.

     
  • e-ABC was one of the first companies to adopt the SCORM specification, and now an early adopter of the Tin Can API. They develop courses with their proprietary engine, ELMO: e-ABC Learning Motor, which now includes Tin Can support. Their customers will now be able to take full advantage of the control and flexibility the Tin Can API enables.

     
  • e-teach is a company that designs and develops effective e-learning solutions focused on motivation and new gamified approaches to engage learners and transmit knowledge.

    e-teach has developed Challenge Monitor™, a challenge platform which allows the proposal of online challenges about different themes that our customers want to promote or get their audiences to discover. It offers a gamified and more interactive kind of training by bringing out the competitive side of your audiences.

     
  • Easygenerator has enabled all of their e-learning authoring tools with the Tin Can API (xAPI). This allows tracking and tracing of all learners' data into any LRS. They've even made it possible to combine Tin Can with a SCORM course, allowing you to have your ‘old’ tracking and tracing data, while building the new Tin Can API data.

     
  • eFront is a multiple award-winning LMS bundled with key enterprise functionality ranging from branch management to tailor-made reports. eFront is being trusted from more than 500 companies worldwide and has a partner network in 25 countries.

    eFront believes that Tin Can is a crucial step towards the right direction, enabling tracking and reporting of learning activities on any device or learning scenario. As a company, they are steadily focused on integrating the most recent e-learning standards and web technologies.

    Epignosis Ltd, vendor of eFront and TalentLMS, was founded in November 2003 as part of the entrepreneurial ecosystem, StartTech Ventures.

     
  • eLogic has integrated a Tin Can compliant LRS with their eSSential LMS.

     
  • Exam Builder has integrated the Tin Can API with their online test creation application, Exam Builder. This application can issue Tin Can statements to one or more Learning Record Stores.

     
  • Float Mobile has integrated the Tin Can API with their Tappestry iOS app. Users' informal learning experiences create Tin Can statements.

     

    Tappestry is an iOS app that tracks informal learning and issues Tin Can statements about these tracked learning experiences.

    See how Tappestry is using the Tin Can API.

     
  • FRED is an innovative HTML-based Framework for Responsive eLearning Development that helps develop responsive learning and performance support interventions on multiple devices seamlessly.

     
  • GoMo Learning is an  e-learning and mobile learning authoring tool that delivers the same content to multiple platforms, optimising it to each kind of device. GoMo has committed to support the Tin Can API in the upcoming release, allowing e-learning and mobile learning to easily sync data with a Tin Can API compliant LMS/LRS.

     
  • Gyrus Systems has earned its reputation as a seasoned Learning Management System (LMS) vendor by providing excellent market-driven learning management products and outstanding customer service for over 25 years. Gyrus Systems has designed, developed, and deployed four generations of successful LMS products at 450+ customer sites in 15 countries.

    Gyrus System has integrated the Tin Can API into its GyrusAim LMS so users can import, launch and report on Tin Can content. The soon-to-be-released 5th generation of GyrusAim will extend Tin Can API potential even more with the inclusion of important features such as social content and more.

     
  • In2itive LMS is a customizable, cloud based, SCORM compliant e-learning and collaboration platform with xAPI (Tin Can) support in the form of our integral Learning Record Store (LRS), based upon the open source Learning Locker LRS.

    Importantly, you will not need to make modifications to your existing learning content because the In2itive LMS is configured to write Tin Can statements for any existing SCORM 1.2 learning package.

    In2itive is a leading learning technology solution provider that helps organizations to improve their performance through the effective deployment and use of learning solutions

     
  • InDesign Authoring by Aquafadas is an Authoring Tool plugin for Adobe InDesign that enables you to embed rich interactions into your InDesign documents. Aquafadas is adding Tin Can tracking to these interactions; currently only the quiz interaction can be tracked with Tin Can.

     
  • Informetica is an innovative LMS that enables clients to provide a customized environment for their learners, just as if it were their own in-house solution. Informetica has been servicing clients since 2001 across multiple industries. They are currently working to become Tin Can API compliant for their next major release. All versions of Informetica's Enterprise platform will be able to support the Tin Can API.

     
  • The Instancy Platform helps organizations create, deliver and track Experience (Tin Can) API-based learning content on the web and on mobile devices like Smartphones and Tablets.

    Instancy Platform’s many integrated sub-systems work together to help you deploy a comprehensive Experience (Tin Can) API-based distributed learning architecture:

    * Instancy Learning Content Management System (iLCMS) and Instancy Authoring Tools help you create and export HTML5 & Experience (Tin Can) API-based content

    * Instancy Learning Record Store (iLRS) enables you to receive and store Experience (Tin Can) API statements from learning content created within iLCMS

    * Instancy Learning Management System (iLMS) enables you to import and launch Experience (Tin Can) API-based content, pull data from the iLRS dynamically, and view learning progress reports and dashboards

     
  • iSpring® is well-known for developing rapid authoring tools based on PowerPoint for e-learning and mobile learning. iSpring has committed to supporting the Tin Can API in the upcoming Version 7 of their authoring tools.

     
  • Kineo is a global e-learning services company that helps businesses improve their performance through learning and technology. They are part of the City & Guilds Group and are a trusted partner to many of the world’s leading organizations including BP, Sony Europe, Vodafone, M&S, Nikon and McDonald’s. They offer consulting around implementing Tin Can, integrate Tin Can statements into bespoke content as required and offer Totara LMS implementation and customization.

     
  • The Knowledge Guru™ game engine uses Tin Can API as a bridge between its stand-alone database and a client's LMS. It’s a game that uses spaced learning and repetition for maximum knowledge transfer... and Tin Can makes it even more versatile.

     
  • LearnDash is a WordPress based learning management system plugin that enables users to easily set-up and customize their own LMS, sell courses, auto-deliver certificates, and download user reports. LearnDash also supports the sending of Tin Can API statements based on user activity within the built-in course, lesson, and quiz functionality.

     
  • Learning Locker is a free, open source Learning Record Store; a type of data repository designed to store learning activity statements generated by Tin Can learning activities. Organisations use Learning Locker to store, sort and share learning data as generated by their learners.

     
  • Learning managers can now easily include mobile learning, simulations, social learning, offline learning, and collaborative learning into their curriculums. Trellis includes a Learning Record Store (LRS) as part of the LMS that can collect data about a wide range of experiences a learner has online or offline, and capture those experiences from many technologies. People learn from interactions with other people, interactions with online content, even interactions with books (something called reading). Trellis LMS, using the Tin Can API, records these interactions and makes them part of a learning path (curriculum).

     
  • LearnShare offers a 100% SaaS based solution to engage employees with effective learning, performance, talent, and succession resources. LearnShare's premium talent management suite is a series of tightly integrated applications deployed to aid you in assessing, developing, and motivating your high performing workforce.

     
  • Lectora® supports the Tin Can API in its current Lectora V11 authoring software. This includes the automatic tracking you'd expect to give you data similar to SCORM, plus the ability to craft your own statements as part of Lectora's events system.

     

     
  • LEO is integrating Tin Can API with GoMoLearning, their e-learning and mobile learning authoring tool. They are also offering custom Tin Can API integrations for client projects including mobile learning apps, e-learning content and learning platform projects.

     

    GoMo Learning is an  e-learning and mobile learning authoring tool that delivers the same content to multiple platforms, optimising it to each kind of device. GoMo has committed to support the Tin Can API in the upcoming release, allowing e-learning and mobile learning to easily sync data with a Tin Can API compliant LMS/LRS.

     
  • LifeWay is using the Tin Can API in their Ministry Grid application to deliver courses and videos to desktop and mobile applications, and track them in a way that wasn't possible before.

    As an LMS, Ministry Grid is a simple platform where users can access timely and relevant video based content across a wide variety of platforms and environments. On the backend, the partnership between LifeWay and Rustici Software created a complex combination of software solutions using the Tin Can API as the common thread to tie data from a variety of inputs.

    LifeWay Christian Resources is one of the world's largest providers of Christian products and services, including Bibles, Bible studies, research, church music and supplies, and digital services.

     
  • Litmos has integrated a Tin Can compliant LRS with their web-based Litmos LMS.

    See how Litmos is using the Tin Can API.

     
  • Litmos Author (formerly CallidusCloud™ Rapid Intake) now includes support for the Tin Can API. Litmos Author can publish interactive, engaging courses that are SCORM 1.2, 2004, Tin Can and AICC compliant. Add quizzes, interactions and media, then simply specify your settings before publishing the course.

     
  • Maerix is a leader in software development designed for Health - Safety - Environment (HSE) and Human resources (HR) management professionals. Over the past 15 years they have developed multiple solutions for chemical management, GHS compliance, incident and accident reporting as well as an ever popular learning management system (LMS).

     

    Synapse, is a training, knowledge, skills and learning management system (LMS). In which professionals build training plans, training sessions and keep track of employee’s certification history. This flexible, user-friendly system lets managers focus on expired and up coming training courses and gives you a much more accurate picture of trainees with limitless reporting capabilities and an integrated learning experience.

    Synapse supports the upload and tracking of Tin Can packages.

     
  • Magicbox is using Tin Can in their reader (native as well as web) for capturing user activities. They are even using Tin Can in their assignment & assessment modules.

     
  • BookOnPublish creates innovative multimedia rich, interactive digital textbooks. Now with Tin Can support, BookOnPublish is able to deliver student results to any Tin Can API compatible LRS.

    See how MediaTechnics is using the Tin Can API.

     
  • For the past 25 years, Metrix Group has been a preferred partner to various Fortune 500 Companies in the Pharmaceutical, Bio Tech, Government and Financial services industries, providing them with strategy-driven custom blended learning solutions in the fields on sales, on-boarding, technical training and performance management.

    As an early adopter and provider of blended e-learning strategies, Metrix Group has always embraced and challenged our client and project teams to enable tracking and reporting of all learning activities on any device or in any eLearning scenario.

    Metrix e-learning programs are always designed to improve our client's performance, so we are proud to recommend and adopt the Tin Can API measurement system to ensure our clients, our programs and their learners are successful. Metrix Group is continually focused on integrating the most current e-learning standards and web technologies into all of our custom solutions.

     
  • Metryx is a web-based application that allows educators to collect student data via an easy-to-use mobile interface and use that data to more effectively group students and provide targeted instruction.

     
  • The myCoracle Learning Line LRS/LMS platform uses Tin Can internally to track, flag for review and report on learning activities.

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  • Leading NHS organizations: Health Education Thames Valley, Health Education Wessex and Health Education Yorkshire and Humber

    Introducing new trackable training methods, and correlating all training to employee performance.

    A key focus for the National Health Service (NHS) is improved care for people with dementia. They want to know what kinds of learning activities lead to better trained staff and how this impacts on patient outcomes and experience.

    Several NHS organisations will be using Watershed to tie together data from different LMSs. The NHS is keen to track learning experiences from various online resources and to track a simulation to understand how well learners perform. The aim is then to target the workforce with dementia education and training that makes the biggest difference.

    We’ll also be implementing a badging system, enabling the NHS to acknowledge staff for their achievements in providing better care for people with dementia.

     
  • Netex has integrated a Tin Can compliant Learning Record Store with their Central Learning Fruit LMS and Central LearningCoffee LMS. They have also added Tin Can API support to their content authoring tool, LearningCoffee.

     
  • NexLearn® is a custom software developer whose team has been creating e-Learning solutions for business, government, and academic clients for more than 20 years. NexLearn has incorporated Tin Can API into not only its custom development projects, but also its award-winning, patented simulation authoring tool, SimWriter®, and its Learning Management System, CareerMap™, both of which also support SCORM and AICC standards:

    SimWriter empowers its users to develop behavior scripted, fully scored, media rich courses that fully engage learners in role-based social simulations. Through the Immersive Learning possible with SimWriter, users can create the most effective training experiences for learners, deliverable on an individual student basis or--thanks to SimWriter’s new Audience Response System feature--in an instructor-led classroom setting.

    CareerMap allows users to deploy training courses, track student performance, and manage comprehensive curricula. With its customizable features and functionality, CareerMap can support an organization’s multiple locations and disciplines while analyzing and reporting competency and performance objectives.

     
  • Next Software Solutions is a development company focused towards e-learning platform development and customization services and products.

    With an expertise in all major opensource CMSs and LMSs, they are looking forward to contributing towards the first steps of the Tin Can vision of bringing learning out of traditionally complex LMS systems by providing Tin Can via simple and widely accepted platforms like Wordpress.

    The GrassBlade xAPI Companion plugin is launched with features like ability to launch Tin Can content from Wordpress and track user activities like page views, and more. It is aimed to grow rapidly as a complete companion for novice learning providers who love Wordpress and want to keep things simple.

     
  • OnPoint Digital has worked with ADL and Rustici Software teams for more than a year helping to shape the promise and potential of the Tin Can API especially in the areas of content tracking and informal social interactions. The OnPoint Learning & Performance Suite v5, a full featured LMS / LCMS released in July 2012, extends the functionality of their previous offline SCORM players by adding new Tin Can API support features that can track, trap and manage Tin Can statements spawned from learning content, social interactions or other Tin Can-aware functions. The v5 platform features an integrated Learning Record Store (“LRS”) as well as new support for Tin Can-based game mechanics reporting using our new gamification feature set.

    See how OnPoint Digital is using the Tin Can API.

     
  • OpenSesame is developing a mobile app with TinCan to enable content creators to create and publish courses into the OpenSesame e-learning marketplace. The app also will deliver courses to learners on their mobile device.

     
  • Paltech has developed Rapport, a virtual classroom environment available to multiple users on a variety of operating systems. Through its use of the Tin Can API, Rapport includes robust tracking and reporting capabilities, including the detailed recording of student interactions in a wide variety of learning activities.

     

    To address the emerging needs of both educators and learners in the connected, mobile age, Paltech developed Rapport to bring the classroom to a broad range of operating systems and devices, in real time, for multiple users in a virtual environment. Whether accessed on a PC, Mac, web browser, iPad or Android tablet, Rapport leverages the Tin Can API to provide robust tracking of not only learning progress and scores but also detailed recording of student interactions in a wide variety of learning activities and 3D simulations. Rapport is ideal for just-in-time, point of operation instruction as well as collaborative, instructor led and self-paced training.

     
  • Correlating training to real-world performance using sales data.

    This is the first of many projects in which we’re planning to partner with Tribridge HCM, a leading integration and consulting practice focused exclusively on the talent and learning market and a strategic Cornerstone OnDemand partner. We’re leveraging the cloud-based Tribridge AmplifyHR™integration platform, as well as their custom content library to make even more systems compatible with the Watershed LRS.

    PANDORA, the international jewelry franchise, has a new product line, and they want to identify how learning activities will impact the sales of the new line in specific stores, and by specific sales associates. The company will be using Watershed LRS to learn how to better launch and support new products, which we expect will be a valuable reason for many companies to use Watershed. With Tribridge AmplifyHR, PANDORA will be able to better manage its learning data and improve integration with third-party apps.

    Using AmplifyHR as the platform, Tribridge will track and correlate diverse activities and data from sources such as Cornerstone OnDemand’s Learning Cloud, content from the Tribridge custom content library, sales data, the PANDORA Product Workbook, Cornerstone Connect (social learning), instructor-led training, and visits by regional sales managers.

    With all of this data living in one place (Watershed LRS), PANDORA will gain better business insights into which learning activities lead to an increase (or decrease) in sales.

    Without Watershed LRS, making correlations from such different types of data (and from so many varied sources) wasn’t possible or practical.

    Watershed LRS is allowing PANDORA to do and learn things about their training department that will help them drive business decisions for new product launches and increase their successes.

     
  • Paradiso Solutions is an e-learning product and services company which offers complete e-learning solutions to small and large enterprises and educational institutes. Our LMS is a feature-rich and easy-to-use Learning Management System that supports both corporate training and education e-learning

    Paradiso Solutions added Tin Can API support to its Paradiso LMS platform so users can import, launch and report on Tin Can content.

     
  • PAT Learning Solutions is adopting the Tin Can API to allow it's customers to optimize full learning processes.

     

    PulseWeb is a market-leading Learning Process Management System in The Netherlands. It helps learning designers to create and manage entire learning processes and can lead learners through these processes. PulseWeb covers the whole spectrum of traditional learning, e-learning, workplace learning, and learning between companies. It is ideally suited to manage employee and company performance. It uses the Tin Can API for registration of learning activities, populating learning dashboards and to power gamification inside the learning processes.

     
  • Problem Solutions built the Gold Stars app with a focus on Tin Can from the start. This app makes a Tin Can statement each time a person recognizes another for a specific accomplishment.

     
  • PulseWeb is a market-leading Learning Process Management System in The Netherlands. It helps learning designers to create and manage entire learning processes and can lead learners through these processes. PulseWeb covers the whole spectrum of traditional learning, e-learning, workplace learning, and learning between companies. It is ideally suited to manage employee and company performance. It uses the Tin Can API for registration of learning activities, populating learning dashboards and to power gamification inside the learning processes.

     
  • QuestionMark has integrated the Tin Can API with their assessment solutions. These applications can make Tin Can statements to one or more Learning Record Stores about the user's interactions and results.

     
  • To address the emerging needs of both educators and learners in the connected, mobile age, Paltech developed Rapport to bring the classroom to a broad range of operating systems and devices, in real time, for multiple users in a virtual environment. Whether accessed on a PC, Mac, web browser, iPad or Android tablet, Rapport leverages the Tin Can API to provide robust tracking of not only learning progress and scores but also detailed recording of student interactions in a wide variety of learning activities and 3D simulations. Rapport is ideal for just-in-time, point of operation instruction as well as collaborative, instructor led and self-paced training.

     
  • Raptivity® is a first in class interactivity builder which allows an instructional designer or course developer to quickly and easily create engaging learning interactions. It empowers you to craft compelling interactive content from a fine selection of 180+ interaction templates across categories like exercises, games, simulations, brainteasers, interactive diagrams, virtual worlds and many more. Get started by simply adding content to your interaction!

    Raptivity has announced that it will support the Tin Can API for Raptivity Essential pack in the upcoming February 2013 release. Raptivity Essential pack consists of 35 interactions of various types such as Presentation Aids, Assessments and Visual aids. Tin Can support for the remaining Raptivity packs is planned later in the year, once the Tin Can 1.0 spec is released.

     
  • Riptide provides advanced training solutions and services to government agencies and commercial customers across many industries. Riptide ELEMENTS learning platform includes an HTML5 courseware that implements the Tin Can API for reporting real-time activity events directly into the ELEMENTS Learning Record Store (LRS). The ELEMENTS platform also contains, authoring, curriculum management, advanced data visualization and analytics dashboards capabilities.

     
  • RISC has integrated a Tin Can API compliant Learning Record Store with their RISC LMS. In addition, a Tin Can powered PDF annotator has been integrated within the LMS that allows the learner to annotate a PDF on any device and then view those annotations on another advice. The annotations made my individuals and groups of learners can be reported on by an administrative user.

     
  • Rustici Software has added Tin Can API support to all of their world-class SCORM products: SCORM Engine, SCORM Driver and SCORM Cloud. SCORM Engine allows LMS vendors to have their own LRS. SCORM Driver allows content creators to make Tin Can conformant content with ease. SCORM Cloud is a hosted LRS, free to try, that lets anyone have their own LRS.

     

    Our stand-alone LRS completely takes care of the Tin Can piece of the equation (the hard part) and allows all Tin-Can-enabled systems to collect learning experiences in one place. It can be locally installed on your servers, or you can choose a cloud/hosted installation. Collect and report on all of the learning experiences that happen in your organization, in one place.

     

    Our LRS for LMSs is software that is added to an existing system. It entirely takes care of the Tin Can piece of the equation and allows for products to have their own Tin Can API implementations. It can be locally installed on your servers, or you can choose a cloud/hosted integration.

     

    Tin Can Driver makes it easy for your e-learning content to generate Tin Can statements and send them to an LRS. You can use your activities/content to generate Tin Can statements that get stored in a Learning Record Store (this can be general learning content or SCORM content.) You can also let your content can live outside of an LMS and report Tin Can statements to a Learning Record Store (this opens up a LOT of new possibilities for your e-learning content!)

     

    Watershed LRS is the flagship LRS from Rustici Software, the writers of the original Tin Can API (Experience API) specification. Companies that study what their employees learn and do are more likely to succeed, and that's what Watershed LRS enables.

    Watershed allows you to answer questions about your business that weren't possible to answer before.

     

    SCORM Cloud fully supports Tin Can API 1.0 (and older versions too). We’ve baked the Tin Can API into SCORM Cloud and you’ll see it at work in a few different ways. Whether you’re just testing things out, building a proof of concept, or ready to take the leap, SCORM Cloud is an easy way to get started. SCORM Cloud gives you your own, hosted LRS, a place to play Tin Can activities, and SCORM to Tin Can conversion.

     

    In addition to world-class SCORM and AICC support for LMSs, SCORM Engine also offers full Tin Can API support. It gives you an LRS for your LMS, but it also lets you use older SCORM content in a Tin Can environment.

     
  • Sakai CLE, an open source educational software platform, provides an environment for teaching and learning that is grounded in collaboration and open sharing of knowledge. Work is currently in progress to create an internal integration with the Tin Can API, which is suitable for inclusion in the Sakai trunk and future releases. The integration will focus on using core aspects of Sakai like the events system and flexible industry tech such as AOP to allow for a high level of data capture. To follow the progress and contribute, join the conversation here. The Sakai CLE is an Apereo Software Community.

     
  • Saltbox has developed an LRS for the analysis and visualization of workplace learning, to help companies measure the impact of training on business results.

     
  • ScholarLMS is a cloud-based LMS, free for startups and nonprofits. It allows a user to start their online school within minutes after signing up. ScholarLMS's main focus is to help businesses and individuals start, grow and share their knowledge with the world in a structured and efficient manner. Something they can afford. We focus on technology, so you can focus on learning results!

    ScholarLMS supports Tin Can enabled content in two ways. A user can either launch Tin Can content using an external URL or upload the content to the LMS and then access it from there.

     
  • SCORM Cloud fully supports Tin Can API 1.0 (and older versions too). We’ve baked the Tin Can API into SCORM Cloud and you’ll see it at work in a few different ways. Whether you’re just testing things out, building a proof of concept, or ready to take the leap, SCORM Cloud is an easy way to get started. SCORM Cloud gives you your own, hosted LRS, a place to play Tin Can activities, and SCORM to Tin Can conversion.

     
  • In addition to world-class SCORM and AICC support for LMSs, SCORM Engine also offers full Tin Can API support. It gives you an LRS for your LMS, but it also lets you use older SCORM content in a Tin Can environment.

     
  • Serco has developed Tin Can API-enabled mobile applications that report user actions with one or more Learning Record Stores.

     
  • Skilitics has integrated the Tin Can API with Skilitics Interact. Users of Skilitics Interact now have the ability to create scenario-based learning activities that issue Tin Can statements.

     

    Skilitics Interact is a rapid development tool for delivering scenario-based learning activities. These learning activities can now make Tin Can statements that can be sent to one or more Learning Record Stores.

     
  • Skilitics Interact is a rapid development tool for delivering scenario-based learning activities. These learning activities can now make Tin Can statements that can be sent to one or more Learning Record Stores.

     
  • SkillsServe is Unicorn’s award-winning Software as a Service (SaaS) learning and performance platform for the online administration, tracking, delivery and sharing of learning programs and content, including Tin Can API activities.

     
  • SoftServe has more than 10 years of experience in providing educational software solutions such as learning management systems (LMS), learning content management systems (LCMS), assessment software, reference software and online learning software that make managing educational programs and processes easier and more efficient.

    SoftServe used the Tin Can API to build a Tin Can API software accelerator for educational management companies, educational publishers and educational institutions in order to optimize clients' costs for software development and accelerate time to market. The Tin Can API helps to identify areas of improvement for courses, and makes them more optimized and user friendly for learners. Based on Tin Can API historical data, you can identify the ways to empower users to consume the learning content in more effective ways. The Tin Can API software accelerator is extended with functions like gamification, social networking features and many others. Now with the Tin Can API software accelerator developed by SoftServe, your educational results will be delivered to any Tin Can API compatible LRS.

     
  • "Next time you learn something new, SquirrelThat!"

    SquirrelThat lets users capture learning notes in any context: while reading a book, doing an online course, attending a conference, or even in a coaching session. SquirrelThat will sync these notes across the user's devices, but most importantly, give the user action choices for each note. It will even facilitate the implementation of these action choices.

    It uses the Tin Can API feed to tell the LRS what learners are learning, what action choices they are making and whether these choices were implemented. This of course provides valuable data as REAL evidence of learning.

    SquirrelThat is a free app to lifelong learners, but it also offers commercial options to employers, conference organizers, training providers and academic institutions.

    SquirrelThat is a Kalleo People Group company and they are currently recruiting resellers and collaborators across the globe.

     
  • SweetRush has added the capability to create Tin Can API enabled e-learning courses.

     
  • Synapse, is a training, knowledge, skills and learning management system (LMS). In which professionals build training plans, training sessions and keep track of employee’s certification history. This flexible, user-friendly system lets managers focus on expired and up coming training courses and gives you a much more accurate picture of trainees with limitless reporting capabilities and an integrated learning experience.

    Synapse supports the upload and tracking of Tin Can packages.

     
  • TalentLMS is a handy learning platform for growing organizations with an emphasis on usability and easy-course creation.
    The product is delivered "as as service" from the Cloud, without any downloads, updates or upgrades necessary.
    TalentLMS is able to receive Tin Can statements through its built-in LRS, but users can also upload their own Tin Can packages inside the LMS. TalentLMS is a product of Epignosis LLC, the vendor behind eFront LMS. Epignosis is steadily focused on integrating on its products the most recent eLearning standards and web technologies.

     
  • Tappestry is an iOS app that tracks informal learning and issues Tin Can statements about these tracked learning experiences.

    See how Tappestry is using the Tin Can API.

     
  • Tech 2000 is an education-technology company that uses its award-winning LRS and mobile apps to highlight the real benefits of training for business. We aid businesses in assessing, developing and increasing the accessibility of content to engage your high performing workforce.

    We offer an LRS, SCORM wrapper, various LMS plug-ins as well as content development services. xAPI is a crucial step towards enabling tracking and reporting of learning activities on any device or learning scenario. As a company, they are focused on integrating the most recent learning standards and web technologies.

     
  • Torch LMS is a powerful, yet easy to use LMS. They are proud to have been one of the first to integrate the Tin Can API with their LMS. They are excited about the powerful new features this provides to their customers.

     
  • Toro ECM tool is an open source document management system project with social and collaboration features.

    Torotools has integrated the Tin Can API, allowing Toro ECM tool to send relevant information to any Tin Can conformant LMS/LRS about document consumption or collaboration tasks like rating and tagging documents, or comments made to the documents.

     
  • Train-Up! is a WordPress plugin that enables businesses small and large to train their employees online. For the trainees, it offers a simple interface with interactive tests and learning resources, and for the managers it offers insight into trainee learning progress and performance. Train-Up! has the ability to integrate with a Learning Record Store of your choice and can track specific events that occur throughout the trainees learning experience.

     
  • TES builds apps to manage workplace training. TES utilizes the Tin Can API so you can send your training data straight into your Learning Record Stores (LRS).

    TES Observation Checklist
    Lets trainers to do on‐the-­job skills assessments, capturing rich image and video evidence.

    TES Coach
    Assigns coaching tasks to supervisors and managers, making sure trainees get the attention they need.

    TES Attendance
    Helps manage your training program, from scheduling and invites, to attendance and more.

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  • Authoring tool vendor Trivantis has implemented Tin Can into it's Lectora product. See the product entries below for more information.

     

    Lectora® supports the Tin Can API in its current Lectora V11 authoring software. This includes the automatic tracking you'd expect to give you data similar to SCORM, plus the ability to craft your own statements as part of Lectora's events system.

     

     

    CourseMill has committed to support the Tin Can API in the next release.

     
  • Unicon, one of the original Sakai Commercial Affiliates, has years of experience designing and implementing open source solutions for higher education and education technology companies. With a vested interest in ensuring Sakai's long-term success, Unicon is one of the leading contributors of the community effort to add Tin Can API support to the Sakai CLE. The company’s focus is enterprise deployments of open source software for student success and retention, mobile computing, learning management systems, portals, online video, calendaring, email, and collaboration.

     

    Sakai CLE, an open source educational software platform, provides an environment for teaching and learning that is grounded in collaboration and open sharing of knowledge. Work is currently in progress to create an internal integration with the Tin Can API, which is suitable for inclusion in the Sakai trunk and future releases. The integration will focus on using core aspects of Sakai like the events system and flexible industry tech such as AOP to allow for a high level of data capture. To follow the progress and contribute, join the conversation here. The Sakai CLE is an Apereo Software Community.

     
  • For almost 30 years, Unicorn Training has been providing the Financial Services and Procurement sectors with great learning experiences, backed up by robust management and reporting features with their intuitive platform SkillsServe.

     

    SkillsServe is Unicorn’s award-winning Software as a Service (SaaS) learning and performance platform for the online administration, tracking, delivery and sharing of learning programs and content, including Tin Can API activities.

     
  • Upside Learning is one of the world’s leading learning technology solutions companies. It helps organizations to improve performance through effective use of learning solutions.

    Upside Learning has integrated Tin Can API into its proprietary courseware framework. This enables it to create Tin Can-compliant custom learning courses for desktops and mobile devices (including tablets), tailor-made to the client’s requirements.

     

    FRED is an innovative HTML-based Framework for Responsive eLearning Development that helps develop responsive learning and performance support interventions on multiple devices seamlessly.

     
  • vTrainingRoom has developed a Tin Can LRS that allows users to track, report and reward users. They have also developed a Tin Can block for Moodle. They are currently adding Tin Can wrappers to games in their rapid game authoring tool.

     
  • Watershed LRS is the flagship LRS from Rustici Software, the writers of the original Tin Can API (Experience API) specification. Companies that study what their employees learn and do are more likely to succeed, and that's what Watershed LRS enables.

    Watershed allows you to answer questions about your business that weren't possible to answer before.

     
  • Founded in 2003 as a learning technology company providing solutions to the education sector, Webanywhere has diversified to support lifelong learning across the public, private and third sectors.

    As an official Moodle and Totara partner, Webanywhere deploys hundreds of LMS solutions across the World. Thanks to the Tin Can API, Webanywhere has been able to help organizations take into account experiential learning and link their performance data with learning data to make better business decisions.

     
  • WebRatio used the Tin Can API to create its own Cloud LMS. The LMS is integrated with an innovative gamification web application, WebRatio Community. It tracks SCORM and Tin Can conformant web-based training (online training library), technical articles, job aids, online certifications, tips and tricks and other activities that reward knowledge sharing among fans of the WebRatio Platform. The Cloud LMS and gamification web apps are also seamlessly integrated with a CRM system and an eCommerce system.

    Thanks to the Tin Can API, WebRatio has been able to create its own Learning Record Store and an innovative game system. This challenges WebRatio users to appear on leaderboards, earn Points, and build their reputation, all of which incentivize learning activities.

    The Cloud LMS and the gamification platform are offered to WebRatio customers. Both the LMS and the platform could be quickly tailored to any customer's needs thanks to being based on WebRatio Platform, a visual modeling tool used to create Web and Mobile Applications.

     
  • Weejee Learning is a global custom learning design and development company providing consultation and enterprise-wide learning solutions to Fortune 1000 companies, NGOs, and associations.

    Weejee works with Tin Can to help learning departments and organizations address a more connected world by tracking and understanding learner activity that occurs online and offline, and in formal and informal cases. Weejee’s Tin Can solutions include formal e-learning, online social environments, games, simulations, and on-the-job and other experiential environments.

     
  • White House Business Solutions (WHBS) is one of the leading-edge technology companies providing end-to-end e-learning solutions and integrated business applications to a wide spectrum of clients including government organizations, academic institutions and enterprises worldwide. They're a part of White House Group with a group employee base of over 3000+ and over 300+ in Information Technology and Multimedia.

    Since their inception in 1999, they've built a successful business by providing quality, cost-effective and time-bound solutions to clients around the globe. They have a state-of-the-art development center based in Chennai, India, which is one of the world's favorite outsourcing destinations. Their global sales offices are strategically located in the USA, UK, France, Malaysia, UAE and Saudi Arabia.

    They have a great track record and expertise in developing learning management solutions with international content standards such as SCORM 2004 and AICC.

    They're very proud to join in the community of Tin Can adopters. By referring and developing Tin Can conformance in their custom content development, they persuade more of their global clients to undergo the paradigm shift from SCORM to Tin Can.

     
  • Xyleme is the leader in standards-based learning content management solutions that enable single-source publishing of training content across all print, online and mobile formats.

    Xyleme’s latest innovation Bravais® — the cloud-based, dynamic delivery platform, comes complete with LRS and dashboards to visualize Tin Can statements coming from any learning object, in any application, on any device. Xyleme is on a mission to help companies measure learning like they measure their website, taking a “google analytics” approach, so they can improve their content at the speed of business and report on 100% of learning in the same language the business speaks.

     
  • ZebraZapps is an extraordinarily powerful cloud based authoring tool, empowering everyone with the ability to create authentic learning experiences. With a completely visual interface and the flexibility of a programming language, everyone from professional instructional designers to 5th graders are building engaging applications. ZebraZapps is supporting the Tin Can API, a key component to effectively providing organizations the power of an experienced workforce. Look for a full implementation of the Tin Can API in ZebraZapps Professional.

     
  • Want to be a featured adopter? Just get in touch with us to let us know that you're working with the Tin Can API. We'll feature you on this page, and we'll do whatever we can to help make the adoption process as easy as possible for you.

     

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