By now, you’ve most likely at least heard of the Experience API (more commonly known as the Tin Can API). You’ve heard it’s the next generation of SCORM and that a number of organizations have adopted it, but you’re not sure what it actually does or how to do anything with it. So, what do you do?
Our friends at Saltbox are hosting a Tin Can API technical workshop in Seattle on Dec. 10-11 at the SURF Incubator. As a result of this workshop, presenters Russell Duhon and Jeff Tillett will have developers and instructional designers ready to implement Tin Can in your mobile, social and informal learning applications. Developers will be on site to help you get started with Tin Can regardless of your programming platform or toolset. Bring your ideas and projects to the workshop and get started on building the next generation learning experiences.
For all attendees, Float is offering its Tin Can iOS library at 50 percent off. A demo of the Tin Can library is available. In the meantime, check out our Tin Can Statement Viewer to get a better idea of what this library can do.
Once onsite, registration and lunch occurs from 11-12 on Dec. 10, followed by the first workshop from 12-6. Day 2 consists of a workshop from 8-3. The cost is $1,950 with hotel or $1,750 without hotel. Airport transportation is included, as are four meals.
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