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eLearning Evaluation Alternatives: Beyond Kirkpatrick

Effective eLearning evaluation is one of the most critical aspects of making sure your learning and training programs do what you need them to do: Improve the skills and knowledge of employees in a way that has a positive impact on the company’s bottom line. I spent a good deal of time investigating the Kirkpatrick Model for learning evaluation, which was around long before eLearning appeared. It applies well to any kind of learning, and is still recognized by many as the gold standard for evaluation. But there are other eLearning evaluation alternatives available for those who want to try something different. Continue reading