The good people at the eLearning Guild have been hard at work on a 27-page report regarding the state of mobile eLearning and where it’s headed. We’ve gained some interesting knowledge from the paper and wanted to tease a few tidbits we found particularly fascinating.
Trustable assessment results must be both valid (measuring what you are looking for them to measure) and reliable (consistently measuring what you want to be measured). Read more from Assessment thought leader John Kleeman as he discusses the six stages of the assessment process & download the complimentary white paper: Assessment Results You Can Trust
Jennifer Bertram, Director of Instructional Design here at Bottom-Line Performance, has authored a new white paper on Agile Learning Design. The white paper skips the buzzwords and gives a much needed overview of Agile methodology from the perspective of real instructional designers and managers.
There are ways in which to use online assessment in regulatory compliance: Testing out of training, understanding what your workforce knows while helping them retain critical information, reduce human error and preserve your reputation-- Assessment thought leader John Kleeman breaks it down with links to his SAP articles in this blog post: http://bit.ly/1osGJSs
To help assessment sponsors, assessment thought leader John Kleeman has put together a blog post and white paper which explains your responsibilities as a Data Controller when assessing knowledge skills and abilities. If you are testing around the world, this is material you need to pay attention to.
You can read the blog post and download the white paper here: http://bit.ly/OTGDHS