To Improve Your eLearning Courses, Take Action (or Not) On Learner Feedback
This post was originally published on the Daily Mindflash blog. Included here is the lead and a link to full post.
You have just collected the training survey data for your latest eLearning course. As you look through the scores and comments, you notice some positive results, some negative results, and even those that look obviously like the learner just went through the motions on the form. Even though many learning professionals discount training survey results, these surveys contain useful data that can help learning professionals continuously improve their courses.
I thought I would share with you some ideas for how you can make use of your survey data to continuously improve your courses.