4 things to avoid when writing learning surveys

We’ve all filled in a survey in the past whether it be giving feedback on a recent purchase, telling a restaurant how their service was or what your thoughts were about an elearning course within a Learning Management System.

And we have all most probably seen surveys where there were elements of the survey that we didn’t like!

If you gather feedback relating to the online training you provide to your learners, here are some things to avoid when crafting your learning survey:

LONG SURVEYS

Keep your survey short – a maximum of 8-10 minutes is optimum for a survey. Learners also have their jobs to get on with so time is critical. People will want to complete your surveys so try not to turn them away with overly long timescales.

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