Although the significance of measuring learnability (or learning effectiveness) of online courses is well-established, achieving it is difficult. This article will outline key aspects of our unique framework that you can use to predict, measure, and validate the learnability of online courses.
As we know, to create a positive ROI on your training spend, the biggest enabling factor is the learning effectiveness or learnability of online courses. A better and meaningful user experience increases the stickiness of learning. It also increases the learners’ motivation to take the course leading to higher completion rates.
Once these are in line, you can expect to see an increased application of the learning and this in turn will lead to the desired impact on learner and business.
By evaluating your online courses for learnability, you can predict its impact as well as identify measures to increase it. This will go a long way in achieving a positive ROI on your training spend.
There are several ways that can be adopted to measure learnability of online courses. However, there are not many offerings to pick from that provide an integrated approach which can:
At EI Design, we have been offering custom learning and performance solutions for over 14 years now. Our learning methodologies not only map to learnersÔÇÖ expectations, but also create the required behavioral change that businesses require.
In Jan’15, we set up a task force to work with a mandate to create a framework that can predict and measure learnability of online courses.
A product of our Innovation Lab, our unique framework is now ready. This enables you to:
Here is a snapshot of our goals and the methodology used:
Our Goals: What We Set Out To Achieve
Our Methodology: How We Made It Happen
As you will note, our approach is aligned closely to the wish-list we had seen earlier.
How Can You Use Our Framework To Measure And Predict Learnability Of Your Online Courses?
You can use our framework for your:
Specifically, the range of our services include:
What More Is Possible?
While we have done extensive testing of our framework and the methodology, we are very keen to partner with organizations in this mandate. Do contact me if you would be interested in signing up to measure and predict learnability of your online courses.
This article is one of the three articles on how to measure and predict learnability of online courses. In the next two articles, I will share case studies that will outline how exactly you can predict and measure learnability plus how you can validate the predictive learnability from learners (in real time).
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