5 Ways To Use Qualitative eLearning Assessments To Measure Learning

A lot of us are driven by quantity over quality, possibly because quantity is easier to evaluate. However, in eLearning, it’s not about how much you know but how well you know it…and apply it in the real world. In this article, I share 5 tips on how to measure learning with qualitative eLearning assessments.

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The Three Pillars Of Learning

A strategic approach for evaluating the effectiveness of a training program requires a careful study of the tasks for which the training will be addressing. It is also essential to prioritize learning objectives to ensure a smooth transfer of knowledge among employees with an emphasis on reinforcement and data-driven assessments.

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Employee Skills Assessment Testing For Effective Skills Training Programs

From off-the-shelf industry-standard skills assessments to custom scenario-based testing, this article will help you understand when to choose which type of assessment for the most effective skills and competency-based training programs.

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Articulate Storyline: Sending Learner Score to LMS Using JavaScript

JavaScript lets you extend the functionality of authoring tools like Storyline 1, Storyline 2 or Storyline 360. JavaScript in Storyline 360 gives you control to manipulate and use the information coming from LMS and being sent to LMS. In this blog, we will discuss the steps on how to send learner score to LMS Using JavaScript.

How Can Corporate Organizations Turn Their Employees Into Self-Directed Learners

With increasing competition in every existing industry today, organizations require employees that can interpret and continually develop a breadth of knowledge themselves. There are ways organizations can teach their employees to be self-directed learners.

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Creating Multiple-Choice Questions: The Dos and Don’ts

Multiple-choice questions are one of the greatest ways to test the knowledge of a learner in a given field. But, is it easy to make these kinds of questions? Most importantly, what should we be aware of when creating multiple-choice questions? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.