Link to Survey

Mar 12, 2012

I Need a Hero (always wanted to say that )

I'm adding a link to the last slide of some elearning so that people can give their feedback for the courses.  I'm looking for an interesting way of doing this so that people actually notice it and hopefully take the quiz.

Any ideas?


14 Replies
Natalia Mueller

I've delivered ILT courses before where we told them at the end that to receive credit for the course we needed to them to take their post test and complete a short feedback survey. I don't know why you couldn't do the same with eLearning.

 You could also just have the course flow right into it as part of the course.

Since you're using a link, anything can launch it. I made a big green "button" with a ppt hyperlink on it that end users click to launch their assessment. This is just my opinion, but I think people like to click buttons. Probably because I like to click buttons  

Natalia Mueller

Yes, it certainly is. Thankfully it is not that large in the course. I'm really not sure why images load so large in the forums. You still really want to click it though, don't you.   

I had someone else ask me to show them how I made that big beautiful button, so here's the screenr if anyone is interested.

Linda Lorenzetti

I love your idea David, but I don't think that it would be a good fit for this project.  My project is not really elearning, it's introducing a new training program.  The survey is designed so that we can learn more about the client viewing it and if the information was useable to them. 

I'll file your idea away and use it for another project.



Natalia Mueller

If you like the layout of it, you could always just change the text.

Your voice matters! Help us improve your new training program.

-Click here to take a short survey

-No thank you

You mentioned Stephanie's bookshelf. Does your course have a visual theme already? That could open the door to more ideas. 

Let us know what you end up doing!

James Brown


Are you looking for a button to link to the survey or a method of eliciting information from your audience that would draw them into a type of survey?

If you like the bookshelf idea, maybe you should create a series of books but they all point to the same place. Book covers are actually pretty easy to create and you could use them to basically fill in the book shelf.

If you are trying to come up with an artifact why not create a branched scenario to lead to an end result. Also Wondering if you could use Quiz Maker with Multiple Responses, free form,  or simply link to Survey Money or Google Forms and create an artifact there. With any artifact just make sure you cover all the various things such things as time in service, experience with elderly, etc.

Some questions may be

Have you ever worked with elderly patients with Dementia?

Based on that response you would then go down a particular path which would lead to another question.

What was the most prevalent behavioral issues encountered with an elderly.

In short, instead of teaching something, the goal of your project would be to elicit scenarios that could be turned into an e-learning course.

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