3 Practical Approaches For eLearning Evaluation

3 Practical Approaches For eLearning Evaluation—Infographic

Evaluating training effectiveness is important because it sheds light on the following aspects. Based on a publication in eLearning Guild, there are 3 approaches to consider.

1. Learner-Based Evaluation

Data needs to be captured from participants at 4 different points during the learning process:

  • Reaction
    Do participants find the training satisfactory, engaging, and relevant to their jobs?
  • Learning
    Have participants acquired knowledge, skills, attitude, confidence, and commitment after completing the eLearning course?
  • Behavior
    Have learners been able to apply what they have learned during training on the job?
  • Results
    Have the targeted outcomes been achieved by the eLearning course?

2. Manager-Based Evaluation

Data collection points similar to the learner-based approach. But additionally, the learner's manager is considered an important data point.

3. Analyst-Based Evaluation

For organizations that do not want to invest in extensive analytics, the Learning Management System (LMS) is a tool that can be leveraged to provide simple analytics in the form of reports based on the learners' progress in training programs.

Via: https://blog.commlabindia.com/elearning-design/elearning-evaluation-approaches-infographic
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