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Learning Record Store in the Cloud

Having access to a hosted LRS means that you don’t have to deal with the pains of maintenance, and you don’t have to start from scratch. If you want to get up and running quickly or if you just need a reliable place to accept and store Tin Can statements, then a hosted LRS might be great for you. A hosted LRS can also be added to just about any LMS.

SCORM Cloud + Tin Can API

SCORM Cloud with Tin Can API support is a hosted LRS. It’s already accepting Tin Can statements. A SCORM Cloud account will let you start accepting Tin Can statements from any Tin Can activities, and can even be used to add an LRS to an existing LMS.

What does SCORM Cloud with Tin Can support mean for you?

  • SCORM Cloud contains a hosted Learning Record Store (LRS) and can accept Tin Can API statements from anyone, anywhere.
  • Use SCORM Cloud to test your Tin Can activities.
  • Your Tin Can content can be imported into and launched from SCORM Cloud.
  • SCORM Cloud has a reporting mechanism that interprets your Tin Can statements, providing some high-level visualizations.
  • Use SCORM Cloud’s app integrations (WordPress, Moodle, and Drupal just to name a few) to turn systems that you already use into destinations that accept Tin Can statements.
  • Use SCORM Cloud on its own, or use it to add an LRS to almost any LMS

SCORM Cloud is free to try. Use it to test your Tin Can content, or as a central LRS to store your Tin Can data. However you use it, we’ll be here to help you along the way.

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