After 15 years of e-learning shaped largely by a technology known as the Sharable Content Object Reference Model, or SCORM for short, 2012 has been a year of learning technology radically affected by a technology called the Experience API and commonly referred to as “Tin Can.” Here’s an explanation of what it is and how it will affect your work as a training professional.
By Dr. Kristy Murray, Director, ADL Initiative, and Aaron E. Silvers, Community Manager for ADL and a contractor with Problem Solutions
The latest products and services launching in the training industry.
Hughes Network Systems, LLC, unveiled expanded features—including live training management functionality such as such as class scheduling, user registration, class role printing, attendance, grade tracking, and a customized reporting dashboard—for its hosted learning portal. SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) conformance enables course designers to take full advantage of both off-the-shelf content and a variety of authoring tools.