Creating eLearning Focus Groups: A Practical Guide

eLearning focus groups are collections of individuals who represent your main learner body and need to be actively involved in your course evaluation. Often, however, we select individuals who are able to comment on only a few aspects of the eLearning course: they provide invaluable feedback on the course aesthetics, but may not have much to say about the content, inevitably creating an evaluation gap. So, how can you create the right focus group for end-of-the-course evaluation?

While the process of evaluation itself is a simple and a straightforward matter, what creates the desired effect is the correctly formed focus group.

If you are trying to make the most of the focus group evaluation, answer the following questions carefully when developing eLearning focus groups:

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