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Industry leaders and educational experts with WCET, Mozilla, Blackboard, and Sage Road Solutions will explore the use of badges as powerful new tools to openly represent flexible portable learning and skill and competency achievements. The free MOOC will run September 9 to October 14, 2013. Read this press release for details and registration information.
Some instructional designers write the assessment (the criterion test) first, and some write the test after they have finished designing the course and creating the content. Which way is right? Here are six key points you should consider as you plan your next eLearning project.
How can your organization improve quality, increase efficiency, consistently achieve goals, and find out the strategic value of those accomplishments? Effective evaluation is the key. Here are some important ideas on an approach that makes evaluation more feasible and enables it to produce quality, efficiency, results, and value!
Things don’t always work out the way the instructional designer expects. There may be organizational dysfunction that the needs assessment did not discover. Unanticipated constraints appear. Here’s the story of what happened on one project, and how the designer built a blended, technology-enabled solution that brought results far beyond what the sponsors expected.
If an organization is to evaluate learning management system (LMS) products and vendors effectively, what should it do? A new research report from The eLearning Guild, Evaluating and Selecting a Learning Management System, reveals what organizations that have already been through the process do. Read here the five steps that are proven to lead to the best decisions.
A quality scorecard for multiple-choice items, both at the individual and the training organization levels, can help a manager improve effectiveness of multiple-choice tests. The manager could use the scorecard to assess specific tests or to assess a cross section of multiple-choice items collected from each instructor or designer’s portfolio. Here is such a scorecard!