Tin Can API 1.0+ Now Fully Supported By iSpring Authoring Tools

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iSpring’s product line has been enjoying many superb enhancements of late, what with the roll-out of the 7.1 product line; and among those enhancements is full-fledged support for the latest Tin Can API version 1.0+ e-Learning standard.

But if Tin Can is anything, it certainly isn’t standard.

Why support Tin Can?

Any e-Learning professional knows that in order to track what happens with a course or a quiz posted online, one must use an industry standard to collect the statistics electronically. For years, this meant something like AICC or SCORM. But while those models can record basic facts about course progress and completion, more detailed information was out of reach in standard LMSs — until Tin Can came along.

Furthermore, Tin Can allows support of rich media and other sophisticated content, all without requiring the use of an LMS, or even a browser. Any kind of learning data, both on and offline, can be gathered with Tin Can and saved for tracking and reporting purposes.

Can iSpring really handle Tin Can?

Publishing courses and tracking their statistics via Tin Can is a sure thing with iSpring’s trio of authoring tools: iSpring Pro, iSpring QuizMaker, and iSpring Suite. From online video presentations to interactive quizzes and surveys to complete e-courses, iSpring’s product line has been put through its paces and come out with excellent results.

Check out this full press release to learn more about this great news, and be sure to check out this great offer for 35 % off a 2-seat license of iSpring Suite.

Tell us what’s important to you in an e-Learning standard, or share your iSpring/Tin Can success stories in the comments below!

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