My name is Andy and I’ll be your tour guide today.  Let’s go! 

First stop: What is Tin Can? 

Here you’ll learn what the Tin Can API is, how it works, and why it matters. This is also where we’ll showing you who the current adopters are and how they’re using the Tin Can API. You want to be a part of this group.

If you’re working with the Tin Can API and want to be added to the Current Adopters page, let us know.

Next stop: Developers

Are you a developer interested in building a Learning Record Store or an application that sends Tin Can statements to an LRS? Are you interested in making a contribution to the Tin Can API Spec? Then you’ll want to stop by the Developers section of the site.  Here you’ll find a number of valuable resources as well as opportunities to ask us questions and ways to join in Tin Can discussions.

Stop #3: Our Solutions

Ready to get started working with the Tin Can API, but don’t want to go at it alone? Here’s where we’ll walk you through a few options for how we can help.

Option 1:  Get a locally installed LRS with SCORM Engine + Tin Can API
Are you an LMS solution and you want to support the Tin Can API? This is the place for you.

Option 2:  Get a hosted LRS with SCORM Cloud + Tin Can API
Do you want to get up and running fast with an LRS and you don’t want to deal with the pains of maintaining it yourself? This is the place for you.

Option 3:  Create Tin Can Activities with SCORM Driver + Tin Can API
Are you an e-learning content provider and you want to track and report on your content in a Learning Record Store using the Tin Can API? This is the place for you.

Last stop: Tin Can Chatter

There is much going on in the world of Tin Can and we want this site to be a destination for you to stay in the loop. We’ll be sharing our thoughts via the blog, curating Tin Can news and talk via the Community Chatter page, providing quick links to past newsletters, and sharing #TinCanAPI tweets via the Twitter page.

The Tin Can Chatter section will be updated frequently, so check back often.

We’ve already crammed a lot into this site, but there is much more to come.  If you ever have trouble finding what you’re looking for, let us know.  We want to help you!  If you have suggestions for things to add, let us know.

Thanks for visiting and enjoy!

Andy joined our team to evangelize xAPI. Now he talks to people about all of the eLearning standards all day because he is considered a “salesperson.” He’s also our office jokester – he’s a punny guy.