Elearning Assessment & Evaluation

Assessing Knowledge and Understanding

Evaluating your learners at the end of an e-learning programme or testing them with a formal assessment can provide you with valuable information on their competency and knowledge. The results can indicate strong points, areas of weakness and potential areas of improvement.

Tracking the user’s progress and achievements should be used not only as a way of highlighting the areas they need to work on but also to reinforce the learning objectives. Assessments should also be used to boost the user’s confidence to show that they have learnt about the subject matter and are nearing their goals.

Evaluation Assessment

Skills2Learn use evaluation assessments at the end of e-learning modules and programmes to test the user on the information they have viewed. Our instructional designers develop questions that test the underpinning knowledge of the learner and make sure that the learning objectives have been achieved.

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Formal Assessment

You can use these stand-alone assessment programmes at any time to test your users, staff or students knowledge. Assessment questions can be designed in different formats including: Multiple Choice, True or False and Drag and Drop.

Whatever your needs, we can work with you to develop an assessment tool that can:

  • Use multiple question formats
  • Include images, animations or videos
  • Allow multiple attempts
  • Test confidence levels
  • Have a range of pass marks
  • Use banks of questions
  • Implement time constraints
  • Allow recording of results
  • Provide post-assessment analysis
  • Be LMS or SCORM compliant
  • Print certificates
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Scenario Based Assessment

You can also assess learners through real life situations and scenarios. By using a decision based model it is possible to mark the user on certain aspects and the decisions they make as they progress through the scenario. This form of assessment uses the principles found in our scenario based learning but with added assessment criteria. This can also be achieved in greater realism using our Virtual Reality scenario technology.