As an e-Learning software user, chances are you’ve put your courses and training through a rigorous review and testing process. In her session, But Does it Work?, at the Lectora® User Conference, Laura Gillenwater shared best practices and tips to evaluate courses to ensure that they are effective before implementation.
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With the importance of first impressions, use these testing and review tips from Laura to bring your courses to the next level:
Phase 1: Developer TestingThe Developer Testing phase is your chance to identify any errors or snags in your course. Laura suggests using these tools in Lectora to test your content for a variety of errors:
Phase 2: User TestingThe User Testing phase gives users an opportunity to provide feedback regarding course structure, content and flow. Sit in during this testing phase to observe users interacting with the courses, and take notes about any potential flags that arise. Ask users to fill out feedback forms and explain how to use them. Here are some User Testing methods from Laura:
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