Learning Technologies CoP: Tin Can - a Learning Technology Specification

  • 09 Dec 2014
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 39


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We all want to make our learning programs more effective but gathering the necessary data to make that happen has been challenging, at best, in the past.

What if you could...
  • Track the effectiveness of each segment of your e-learning course to see where people are having success and where they are getting stuck?
  • Capture where learners are getting their information that they find most useful?
  • Track learning events on mobile devices?
  • Track experiential learning activities and on the job training?
  • Analyze with real data how effective your learning programs are and which are having the most/least impact?
Come learn more about the xAPI (TinCan) protocol!

Let's go on this journey together!

Cheryl Johnson is a Performance Solution Specialist with more than fifteen years of experience in coaching, learning, development and performance. With her pioneering attitude, she has made strong contributions in the areas of learning with emphasis on behavioral change. She has been recognized for innovating and building programs from scratch and pioneering the use of technology in education. She has dedicated her life to developing learning solutions that drive performance at work and in one's personal life.

Working with a partner she assisted in the instructional design strategy for a powerful interactive patented online training solution for voice recognition technology long before online learning was deemed to be an effective learning solution. She continues to seek solutions to aid everyone in the learning and development process. She currently is developing a mobile application that supports high performing athletes in tracking mental training progress and connecting their success to their physical and mental training efforts. She is modifying the application for broader application with any population seeking to improve their performance.

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