- Tin Can Explained
- Tin Can Solutions
Using Tin Can for learning content and activities means that you’re no longer bound to the constraints of an LMS. It also means that you can have a central repository (LRS) to store all of the learning data that’s generated by your content, no matter where it lives.
If you have old SCORM or AICC content that you want to bring into a Tin Can system, check out our SCORM to Tin Can section. If you have old SCORM content that’s using SCORM Driver, then Tin Can Driver is your ticket.
If you’d rather just talk to one of us about all of this, just get in touch with us.
If you’d like to get up and working much faster, you can use Tin Can Driver or we’ll help you with some consulting.
If you’ve been in the content creation world for a while, then there’s a good chance that you’ve been using an older e-learning standard like SCORM or AICC. Well, we have a way for you to use your SCORM or AICC content to issue Tin Can statements.
As an activity provider, you’ll benefit from knowing where and how your activities are being used out in the world. Your activities can send Tin Can statements back to your own LRS, and you can track, improve, and measure anything that you want to about your activities.