Is It Time To Kill the Kirkpatrick Model?

Trivantis

The Kirkpatrick Model for training evaluation is kind of like Old Faithful. Here is the model as described by the Kirkpatrick Partners: But is the Kirkpatrick Model still valid? I wasn’t the only one who thought his phrasing was a little harsh: When it comes to the Kirkpatrick Model and its four levels of training evaluation, everyone has an opinion—and they’re not always flattering. However, not everyone hates the Kirkpatrick Model.

The Best of e-Learning in June

Trivantis

Learn about how to use the Kirkpatrick Model to evaluate your online training and create more effective e-Learning. They include Snagit®, which lucky for you, comes with Lectora® Inspire! Lectora e-Learning writer Christie Wroten is spreading the word about content chunking with everyone at ATD! For the best of e-Learning each month, plus free e-Learning tips and resources, subscribe to the Lectora e-Learning Blog.

Why an Instructional Design Degree from Bloomsburg University ROCKS!

Kapp Notes

The latest version of Adobe PhotoShop and Flash, Lectora, Adobe Captivate, Plateau (LMS), Adobe Connect, and Saba's Centra to name a few.

Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

You’ll also look at specific examples of accessible courses built with Storyline, Lectora, and Captivate. " Joe Chosun University " by ??? is Public Domain. There’s nothing like a month of sunshine to rev up our engines.

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

And then we do a Kirkpatrick-level 2 assessment, so we make sure that is good. Side note: Not familiar with the Kirkpatrick Four-Level Evaluation model ? There are different reasons to use different ones, but I personally would stay mainstream on authoring tools: Lectora, Articulate, Captivate, but I wouldn’t necessarily go open-source unless you’re very confident in your skill set and you have some sort of IT behind you to support you with that.