How to Combine an LRS and Surveys to Measure Training Impact

Learning services professionals spend a lot of time designing, administering, and analyzing the results of their training programs. They must constantly maintain compliance and monitor changing standards for their organizations. While all these pieces are part of an effective training program, none of them involves communicating directly with the people most significantly impacted by learning…

The First Timer’s Guide to Surveying With Panels

Surveys are important research tools, and the results can have far-reaching impacts on your company’s business plan or the results of your PhD. dissertation. When so much is riding on your data, getting high quality survey results will be the difference between successful, accurate insights and unreliable noise. One of the most common questions we…

When to Survey Students: From Pre-Enrollment to Post-Graduation

Collecting meaningful data about your students’ experiences doesn’t mean a simple one-time survey during their orientation. To get an accurate and actionable look at their academic careers you need to start collecting their responses before they arrive on campus and continue after they’ve graduated. Each touchpoint offers its own unique opportunities and challenges, but focusing…

Measuring and Improving Academic Brand Awareness

Colleges and universities are no longer just competing with one another. They also have to contend with emerging alternative education paths and a growing number of students who choose to opt out of rising college tuitions by entering the workforce. With ever more sources of competition for enrollment, higher education branding is now more important…

Using a Survey Tool for Educational Innovation

Educators have a tough job. Between the challenges of standardized tests, parental involvement, and actually getting some teaching done, no-nonsense tools that help get the job done can only make their lives easier. A survey tool may not be on the top most educators’ list of ideas to try, but in fact a robust piece…

Professional Development Surveys For Educators

There is no question that quality teaching is paramount for student success. To improve our public schools, states have mandated that educators take a set number of accredited courses each year to build knowledge and leadership skills. The question is what classes do our educators most need to improve student’s learning success? To answer that…