Rethinking elearning evaluation

Measuring the success of elearning has always been important but it is a hard nut to crack. Elearning evaluation can often be half-hearted or even ignored completely but there are ways to do a better job.

In a recent interview for our blog, the Chair of the eLearning Network, John Curran was asked what frustrated him most about elearning. Without hesitation he cited the weakness of evaluation. It has been a general theme for some time now. In 2010, research by the eLearning Guild revealed that almost 10% of respondents didn’t use any measurement method while 87% only measured completion rates. Skip forward and the statistics are equally worrying. Data for 2014-2015, suggests only 15% of L&D leaders are measuring success against key performance indicators and only one in five use learning analytics.

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