Since learning today looks much different than it did in 1950 when Donald Kirkpatrick’s levels of evaluation were conceived, why should evaluation remain the same? A world with learning and support delivered online and at work via webinars, smartphones, streaming video, online knowledge bases, wikis, blogs, classrooms, social nets and workplace coaching demands new inquisitiveness. What might that these new forms look like? In what fresh ways might we approach analysis and evaluation? In this session, we will present a dozen purposes, some new, some familiar; use the purposes to define measures; and then provide vivid examples that spring from conversations between learning leaders and the people they serve.
What You Will Learn:
A quick tour of the new world of learning and development, from web 1.0 to 3.0, from collaboration to self direction
Methods that match the purposes and take advantage of the new technologies
The Marble model for measuring in a way that checks, reports and improves