We Want You [Project Tin Can]

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Project Tin Can isn’t about us…it’s about you. We know SCORM, but that’s about all (ok, well, I make a mean chocolate chip cookie too).

It’s you guys who know what learning is all about. You know how organizations need to train in the future. You have the ideas about how mobile learning, games, simulations, informal learning, etc are changing your worlds. We need you to tell us.

We want to know how you see learning evolving. What technologies are most impactful? What are some ways people are thinking outside the box? What does your ideal world look like? What new and innovative approaches have you seen? Tell us what’s important in your corner of the world.

Your perspective is as unique as Tim’s taste in music…and we want to hear it (unlike Tim’s music).

If you’d be willing to give us 15 minutes of your time to have an impact on the future of learning, please let us know. Our goal is to do at least 100 interviews in the next couple months.

15 minutes on the phone not your thing? Head over to the Project Tin Can discussion board and vote/comment/submit…make your voice heard.

More of the paper writing type, send those over too. We’ll incorporate any feedback you have to offer. Just drop us a line.


  • Anderson

    Will there be a different results or output when a courseware is published using 2004 2nd edition and 2004 4th edition? If yes, what are the differences. Please advise.

  • Anderson.

    Project Tin Can won’t really have any influence on SCORM 2004 editions 2 and 4. It’s more of a forward looking proposition. If you want to go back and review those distinctions (between 2nd and 4th editions), the change logs in the specifications themselves would be the place to start.