This article provides hints for the design of e-learning courses with regard to target audience, navigation, objectives, motivation, media, interactivity, assessment, aesthetics, tool selection, and evaluation.
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can be used to benchmark the success of the program or the need for revision? Have you designed follow-up surveys, interviews, etc. with employees, colleagues, and managers to assess the on-the-job performance? Have you planned for course revisions based on feedback and performance measures? Have you incorporated goals for business measures, such as increased sales, reduced error rates, etc.? For almost fifty years, the bible for the evaluation of training programs has been Donald Kirkpatrick's four