Released Today: Research Report on Learning Evaluation Conducted with The eLearning Guild.
Report Title: Evaluating Learning: Insights from Learning Professionals.
I am delighted to announce that a research effort that I led in conjunction with Dr. Jane Bozarth and the eLearning Guild has been released today. I’ll be blogging about our findings over the next couple of months.
This is a major report — packed into 39 pages — and should be read by everyone in the workplace learning field interested in learning evaluation!
Just a teaser here:
We asked folks to consider the last three learning programs their units developed and to reflect on the learning-evaluation approaches they used.
While a majority were generally happy with their evaluation methods on these recent learning programs, about 40% where dissatisfied. Later, in a more general question about whether learning professionals are able to do the learning measurement they want to do, fully 52% said they were NOT able to do the kind of evaluation they thought was right to do.
In the full report, available only to Guild members, we dig down and explore the practices and perspectives that drive our learning-evaluation efforts. I encourage you to get the full report, as it touches on the methods we use, how we communicate with senior business leaders, what we’d like to do differently, and what we think we’re good at. Also, the report concludes with 12 powerful action strategies for getting the most out of our learning-evaluation efforts.
You can get the full report by clicking here.