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How will Tin Can benefit my organization?

You’re an organization supporting the learning and development of your people; how will Tin Can help you?

Key benefits

Tin Can brings the following key benefits to an organization adopting Tin Can:

Better understand learning and its impact

With Tin Can you can better track the learning activities that already happen in your organization, including those that were impossible to track with older interoperability specifications. You can build up a clearer picture of what learning is happening in your org and the impact of that learning on your business.

Improve your learning solutions

For information about what learning activities work best leads to better informed and more effective learning solutions. Further, you can use Tin Can to design innovative, engaging and social learning experiences. Removing the limitations of older e-learning standards also frees you to make better use of modern social and mobile technologies.

Integrate your systems

At its heart, Tin Can is an interoperability specification that allows learning technologies to talk to one another. Integrating systems is often a lot of work and cost, but integrating two Tin Can conformant systems can be considerably faster and cheaper. This includes migrating data from old learning systems to new ones.

Read more benefits in the Layers of the Tin Can Onion.

Convinced? Need to convince your boss?

We’re sure you’re convinced, but perhaps there’s others in your organization you need to convince too? That’s why we’ve put together a guide about How to get buy in.

You can also continue to explore the Tin Can ecosystem or find out how to get started.

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