Chapter FifteenRevising Instructional and Noninstructional Solutions Based on Data

There are several reasons instructional designers engage in evaluation including providing key stakeholders with important information to raise awareness and to help them decide. Evaluation helps to ascertain learner satisfaction, knowledge/skill acquisition, transfer of learning leading to behavior change, and organizational results or business outcomes. Another primary objective of evaluation is to make revisions and improvements to the solutions based on data collected during the evaluation process. Strategies for making these revisions is the focus of this chapter.

According to The Standards (Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser 2013, 60), “the competency itself ...

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