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The Six Watershed First Organizations

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Categories: Adopters, Announcements, LRS, Mobile Learning, News, Tin Can, Use Cases

Posted 22 January 2014


It’s happening!

We created the Watershed First program to see if we could find six innovative companies that wanted to push the boundaries of e-learning with the Watershed LRS and the Tin Can API.

Boy, did we find six! We had over 100 applicants, and it was difficult to pick just six.

Without further ado (and with a drumroll)…the six Watershed First participants are:

  • Catholic Relief Services
  • Devereux
  • HealthStream
  • MasterCard
  • National Health Service (UK)
  • Yum! Brands (KFC)

In the coming weeks, we’ll be talking more about what groundbreaking things these organizations are doing. We’ll also be diving deep into each project with interviews and in-depth discussions about how the Watershed LRS is using the Tin Can API to let these organizations learn things about themselves that were never before possible.

  • bernhard pfennigschmidt

    Well, we might be really late, but we have developed a swipe controlled multimedia player concept that we would like to “TinCanize”. This is an interface to show from text to images, from downloadable documents of any type to audio and video, all media served from a CDN. We have developed the video platform of a major University. How can I get in contact for more information and how can we help you?

  • Brian Miller

    Please drop us a line at!

  • Peter Edwards

    Hi Jeffrey, sounds like a great development. Please keep us posted! I’m interested in the possibilities for use in English language learning at the British Council

  • Jeffrey Horne

    Hey Peter,

    Can you email me at jeffrey.horne at I’d like to put you in touch with my coworker Andy.

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