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Look particularly at the responses to self-assessment questions or tasks. In good materials, these should be considerably more than simply answers to the questions. People should be able to find out not only whether their own attempts at the questions were successful or not, but should also be able to find out easily from the responses what might have gone wrong with their own attempts when unsuccessful. 4 Check the standards. The standards to which the learning outcomes will be delivered should be most clearly evident from the levels of tasks in the materials.
The materials may at times go well beyond your own learning outcomes. It is important to establish what fraction of the published materials will be directly relevant to your own training programme. 11 Seek out reviews of the learning materials. Just as with textbooks, reviews can help you to make decisions about which to adopt and which to reject; reviews of flexible learning materials can be useful indicators of their quality. 41 12 Decide whether the materials are sufficiently up to date. A quick way to do this is to look for references to ‘further reading’, or tasks briefing users to make use of other reference books or articles on the topics covered.
For people in your organization to trust learning materials, the materials should look professional and credible. People should be able to find their way easily backwards as well as forwards through the materials. 8 See whether you can get feedback on how well the materials actually work somewhere else. Check whether there are other similar organizations already using the materials, and try to find out how well they are doing their job there. Reputable sources of published learning materials will normally be only too pleased to provide details of major clients.
500 Tips for Developing a Learning Organization (500 Tips) by John Peters and Phil Race Abby Day