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What’s New In Enterprise Learning?

Dashe & Thomson

Dianne Rees’s post is an interesting take on the Instructional Design Evaluation. Kaufman’s model connects performance to expectation and includes analyses of available corporate resources, organizational payoffs, and a mega analysis of societal contributions.

Don Kirkpatrick’s Contribution to Learning & Development

CLO Magazine

dissertation at the University of Wisconsin and needed some good measures to evaluate the impact of a training program for supervisors. All four were important to evaluate a program. Throughout the ’50s he gave talks at conferences and referred to his evaluation framework, which he continued to use and refine. By 1959, editors for the predecessor of ASTD’s T&D magazine had heard of his approach and asked him to write an article.

Insights: Evaluation and follow-up matters

Clive on Learning

This post completes my commentary to the Learning Insights 2012 Report produced by Kineo for e.learning age magazine. The tenth and final 'insight' is that ‘Evaluation and follow-up matters'. Successful learning departments are preparing a business case for projects and then evaluating the impact on performance.

Measurement, Meet Management

CLO Magazine

Ever since Don Kirkpatrick’s eponymous learning evaluation model roared out of Wisconsin in the 1950s, learning professionals have been busily standardizing, collecting and analyzing a host of learning outputs from smile sheets and course assessments to behavior change and productivity measures.

A Look Back At The Years Best From Learning Science And Instructional Design

Mike Taylor

ResearchED Magazine. If you like learning how to put this type of research into practice, you should plug into the new ResearchED Magazine which “…provides another quality platform to further help the teaching profession connect research and practice in the classroom.”

Burgers and Basics

CLO Magazine

Mike Prokopeak is vice president and editor in chief at Chief Learning Officer magazine. I’m not talking about using agile development techniques to design a course or evaluating the success of a program on the Kirkpatrick scale.

Free L&D webinars for June 2018

Limestone Learning

These world-class gamification strategists, researchers, and solution providers have all been hand-selected to present at this year’s GamiCon, a co-located event with Training Magazine’s Online Learning Conference. " Green, bugs, insects, fly, flies " by Emilian Robert Vicol is Public Domain.