There are many books, websites, and training videos available that provide information related to measuring learning effectiveness. Explore additional resources available to continue exploring the art and science of measuring learning.
- This course is intended to be a practical guide for measuring learning effectiveness. You can use these skills to evaluate your training programs and make them better. But there's always something new. That's why I've created an additional resource file that you can download. It contains a list of information for you to explore so you can continue expanding your knowledge on this topic. Here are a few highlights. The Association of Talent Development is the world's largest professional association for talent development and training professionals. They have many terrific resources on evaluating learning impact.
You can learn more at td.org. I've also listed some great courses in the Instructional Design Essential Series. They can help you learn a broad spectrum of skills that will help you design better training programs. A few suggested courses include Needs Analysis, Models of ID or instructional design, and Adult Learning Principles. You'll also find a list of books and websites that can help you to continue developing your knowledge of training evaluation.
Check the exercise files for sample evaluation plans, reports, checklists, and worksheets that you can use to evaluate your own employee development program.
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- Common learning assessment models: Kirkpatrick, Phillips, Brinkerhoff, and alternatives
- Identifying expectations
- Collecting data
- Analyzing data
- Making recommendations