Tin can API in practice...
I've done a lot of reading and research into the Tin can API recently, and understand it in theory/conceptually, but how are people actually using this in practice within Storyline?
I thought the whole point was that it can gather data about a range of learning experiences beyond those you have pre-defined, but am I correct in thinking that you still have to define what the possible learning experiences are up-front, it's just that they're not confined solely to the SCORM package this time?
What I mean by this is that you have to set up all of the statements in the LRS prior to a learning activity being dispatched, and assign statements to actions such as "X read this", "X experienced that", describing the learning opportunities for learners beforehand... it's not actually a case of the learner/user creating the statements themselves to demonstrate what they have read/experienced etc?
Any tutorial videos / articles / help / advice on how people are actually implementing tin can within storyline would be greatly appreciated. There's a lot of documentation on the web but i'm finding a bit of a gap in that there is a lot of technical content, but very little on how an instructional designer can actually utilise this feature.