eLearning Focus Groups

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October 26, 2019

Focus Groups

Ever wonder if the skills taught in a training you created can be transferred to on-the-job performance? Have you considered doing an evaluation? Confused about where to even start? Consider holding a focus group!
by megan weber
August 15, 2015

Probing Questions In eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know

Probing questions are often used in marketing focus groups and business meetings to gather data, but they can also be invaluable tools in eLearning environments. Not only do probing questions offer you the chance to get feedback from your learners and assess their knowledge, but they give learners the power to further explore their thoughts and opinions about the subject matter. In this article, I’ll discuss the various types of probing questions and how you can use them in your next eLearning course.
by Christopher Pappas
January 16, 2015

5 Tips For Running A Successful eLearning Focus Group

Regardless of whether you are brand new to the world of eLearning or have been involved with countless eLearning projects over the years, we all know just how important feedback is during the eLearning design and development process. One of the most effective feedback tools you have at your disposal is eLearning focus groups. In this article, I'll share some tips for how to successfully conduct an eLearning focus group that can give you the insight you need.
by Christopher Pappas
September 29, 2014

6 Reasons To Use Focus Groups in eLearning

In this article, I'll delve into the most notable benefits of using focus groups when developing and designing eLearning courses. If you've been on the fence as to whether focus groups are worth to be incorporated into your eLearning development strategy, these convincing arguments may just be the catalyst you need to start using this analysis tool.
by Christopher Pappas