Testing May Not Be Best Measure of Corporate Training Success
Lumious CTO speaks to the Third Annual Corporate Learning Analytics Conference in Nashville.
Nashville, TN, July 27, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Bruce Carlson, the Chief Technology Officer of Lumious discussed the learning analytics embedded in Tech 2000’s Email Privacy Course before the Corporate Learning Analytics Conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashville.
“Our course supports traditional analytics based on completion and testing, but we’ve also including support for measuring collateral activities while learning and the intensity of the learning experience, “ said Carlson. “One objective of Learning Analytics is to find the best correlations with organizational success. Completing a course and obtaining a preset score may not provide the best correlation. The learner's focus, attention, and intensity of learning may provide better guides to the success of the program.
“We all know that some learning is more memorable.” Carlson continued, “Some learning is more powerful in directing our future actions. Emerging big data technologies provide insights into these vital, but heretofore unmeasured learning variances."
We all know that some learning is more memorable. Some learning is more powerful in directing our future actions. Emerging big data technologies provide insights into these vital, but heretofore unmeasured learning variances.
The Free Email Privacy Course upon which the study was based is available at https://t2000inc.com/training-course/email-privacy/.
Source: Lumious, LLC