Why Pilot Evaluation In eLearning And How To Go About It?

Time and money have been spent in developing and conducting your eLearning evaluation. While combing through the results, you struggle to find relevant insights due to skipped questions or uniform responses. Pilot Evaluation in eLearning helps in early identification of skewed results, bringing rigor to evaluation. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Follow-Up Tips To Gather eLearning Feedback After Online Training

Are you struggling to identify areas of improvement for your online training course? Do you want to know if employees are getting the most from your online training experience? In this article, I’ll share 7 tips to help you gather follow-up eLearning feedback after online training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Easy Mistakes To Make When Collecting Feedback For Your Online Course

Feedback surveys are one of the most powerful tools that trainers can use to improve their eLearning courses. But many trainers don't get as much out of them as they should. Here we look at 5 commonly made survey mistakes and ways they can be avoided. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Design Training Successfully By Examining Your Target Group

The idea of considering the target group when designing any kind of learning is, of course, nothing new. Most of us do. However; in my experience, it often starts and ends with the number of people attending. Here are 7 aspects of the target group I consider when designing for learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Effectively Collect Feedback For Your Online Course

Collecting customer feedback not only helps improve your course for future learners. It also shows your current clients that you care, and this will motivate them to come back for your future courses. Read on to see how to effectively collect feedback for your online course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Guidelines For Developing Good Online Assessments

If we want to develop good assessments, we have to do the hard, and often offline work, of... well... developing good assessments! This article, by Mary Burns of the Education Development Center, lays out 5 guidelines for developing good assessments. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Performance Reviews Or Continuous Feedback: The Right Approach To Learner Evaluation And Engagement

The “old way’ of teaching was: Trainer provided instruction. Learner absorbed and followed along. Learner proved his/her command of the subject (by writing an end-of-course exam). Trainer evaluated and certified the learner (pass/fail). Based on this model, the end objective was to evaluate… as opposed to facilitating the journey of learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.