Anyone that attended mLearnCon 2012 can tell you there were a few things that stood out.
One was the overall buzz about the Tin Can API. A handful of companies are building technologies that take advantage of this new evolution of SCORM. Float was very excited to have launched our new social learning application, Tappestry, which uses Tin Can. It went live just in time for the conference. But enough about us.
Out in the hallway at mLearnCon in San Jose was a line of companies, dubbed Tin Can Alley, that are all on board and supporting this effort. I sat down and talked to two guys from one of those companies, Saltbox Services. Saltbox has created a cloud learning record store, or LRS. An LRS is a service that can can record, track and analyze your data with beautiful analytics for all learning activities.
If you are not familiar Tin Can, you should also check out our blog post and interviews from Learning Solutions 2012.