Tips for gauging and meeting learning objectives?
Jun 20, 2014
Hello! Here's a quick question for those who have spent some time with instructional design.
Mainly this question is in regards to interactive E-learning created with tools like Storyline, though I'm sure this could apply to many courses, in general.
During the instructional design process, what are some ways you can use to gauge that the learning objectives are being met, and that the E-learning course is going to be effective for the learners?
Just wondering if anyone has any advice or tips to share about methods you use during the ID phase (to ensure the course will stays "on track" from the very beginning, into storyboarding, and also through the development phase)? Meeting the learning objectives stems from the initial instructional design.
Now much of the time will give some parameters of what the learners need to learn. The question is how to plan and build on that, and measure success!
So does anyone have anything additional they could share as far as methods used or advice? Or know of any descriptive Website articles that discuss this? Thank you!