Using QR codes to record learning experiences in an LRS

This quick video by Walter Duncan reminded me of some of my initial thoughts when I first read of the development of the Tin Can API. I can see a not-too-distant future where learners scan a QR code after completing an activity, and their experience gets logged to their cloud-based Learning Record Store (LRS).  In fact, I think I’ll drop that suggestion to Power-2-Teach as a future enhancement for their Quick Key app.  While the app solves the issue of grading for teachers, I can see a use case for not just teachers― but for tracking learner experiences in the corporate sector as well.


Alex Santos

Alex is a co-founder and Managing Member of Collabor8 Learning, LLC, an instructional design and performance management consultancy. His firm collaborates with organizations to enhance the way they develop  and train their people. To learn more about Collabor8 Learning, click here.

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