Track courses made in ProProfs or other eLearning tools such as Articulate, Adobe Captivate, and iSpring using ProProfs Tin Can-compliant LMS. When you upload your course to ProProfs, you access learning experiences such as chapters completed or quizzes taken by your learners, even if the course was created using any other Tin Can LMS. The data is captured in a Learning Record Store (LRS) through eLearning API tracking and provided in an easy-to-access report.
Access the repository for your learning records with the help of the LMS. It stores learners’ interactions with your course content and tells you which learners completed a chapter, took a particular quiz or watched a video. The data is stored in the LRS as Tin Can statements.
Get data on the impact of your courses using Tin Can LMS. Record every single interaction of learners with your course content. Identify not just who took your course but also whether or not they liked your course. Assess the impact of training on learners by recording learning experiences. Improve your course based on the data around learning experiences.
Work harmoniously with different software through interoperability specifications. Unlike SCORM, Tin Can learning enables you to start training or eLearning on one device and finish it on another. This easy and seamless transition between two different platforms makes online learning even more powerful.
Keep an eye on the progress of learners across multiple devices. For instance, a learner starts the course on a desktop, reads a part of it on a tablet, and finally, finishes the course on a smartphone. Track all these activities, regardless of which device they used to take the course.
Track the test scores of learners for a particular course using SCORM. Tin Can integration for learning tracker also allows you to track the scores of multiple tests (pre-training and post-training), which are not necessarily a part of the course or training. This Tin Can eLearning tracking feature is a great improvement over SCORM.
Assess and track learner interactions with your course content, such as how many learners clicked a particular image or watched a certain video in your course. Such information in a Tin Can LMS helps you identify the impact of your course accurately and improve your training programs accordingly.