World Cup Fever: eLearning Goals and Evaluation Methods

Sometimes it can feel like eLearning is an enigma: Because you can’t always be over a learner’s shoulder when he grasps a new concept or brushes up on technique, it’s hard to know just how successful your module is. That’s why clear objectives and evaluation methods are such a vital part of the mapping and design process. Without set goals, it’s almost impossible to correctly predict and evaluate eLearning ROI over time.

Creating Objectives to Score

Before you ever start evaluating your learners’ progress, you’ll first need to determine exactly what you want out of your eLearning module. It boils down to three basics: What, who and why?

First, what is it that you want your learners to walk away from their experience knowing? Who are your target students? Why is it important that they grasp new information? By answering these three questions during the planning stages, you should be able to define key goals that will better allow you to evaluate the effectiveness of the module.

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