Course Feedback Tool

Jul 03, 2013

Does anyone know if there are any tools 'out there' in which we can publish an Articulate Storyline course to a web-based platform (sort of like an LMS) where my reviewers can log into the course and provide their feedback?  Thinking free or low cost 

The only thing I know of is SCORM Cloud - wondering what else might be out there.



6 Replies
Mike Taylor

Tom has a post on how you can use Google docs for this

...and you could also use just about any other similar tool the same way. There are a lot of free "survey" tools that can do this and collect all the responses in a single place for you to download into a spreadsheet, etc.


Hello, just wanted to follow-up and say thanks to all who responded... it's much appreciated. Both the screenr solution and ReviewMyElearning tool are viable options... exactly the type of thing I'm looking for, which is specifically -- how to gather course feedback from my SMEs and other reviewers.

Thanks again!!

Linda Varghese


Just wanted to share how I recently got over a similar hurdle in the course review/feedback area. I have 19 elearning modules (each with approx. 60 screens) to be reviewed by a multiple teams (20-30 people) and collate all the feedback. With no luxury of budget to go for additional software, had to do some creative thinking.

Since the reviewers were teams within the organization, we developed a list in Sharepoint so that the reviewers can select the screen number and add comments and can also see what others have commented on the same screen to avoid duplication.

We always advise reviewers to provide the correct information if they find incorrect information etc. And Sharepoint allows you to add attachments to your comments - which will allow reviewers to attach images, drawings etc, with their feedback. It is also possible to add a column with the status and when the comment has been addressed by the developer, you can select the status to show if it has been implemented, deferred etc.  

Its just been launched and comments have just started rolling in - but so far it looks like it will work. The list can be exported to Excel and edited if required. I am feeling quiet proud for having used Sharepoint effetcively for this mammoth task.  Phew!!!


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