Evaluate the holistic impact of your learning programs

Gain deeper insights with seamless learner surveys.

An online course screen displays a reflection section titled "Reflect and Share" with questions on how the class prepared users to practice radical self-examination and structure feedback for oneself and others.
After each class within a course, learners are prompted to complete a survey.

Go beyond standard metrics and discover the true impact of learning experiences

Are you tired of relying solely on leading indicators like watchime to analyze learning programs? Are you frustrated with having to devise your own ways to measure what matters most to your organization?

With Big Think+ Assessments, you can quickly evaluate the true impact of content without the hassle of third-party tools. 

Designed to provide invaluable insights into the effectiveness of your learning programs, Assessments empower learning managers to make data-driven decisions that propel their teams forward.

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A seamless experience, based on three key dimensions

The ideas, missions, and reflections within a Big Think+ Course can be transformative for learners. But how do you know for sure?

With Assessments, learners are prompted to engage in a 3-minute survey after each Class within a Course, providing feedback on the quality and impact of the content they just experienced. Surveys are divided into three basic dimensions:

1. Objectives

How well the module prepared the learner to reach each of the 3-5 stated learning objectives from the Class

A survey asking how well a class prepared the participant in four areas: practicing self-examination, structuring feedback, creating psychological safety, and setting clear goals, with options from "Not at all" to "Extremely.

2. Impact

How likely the learner is to alter their behavior at work.

A survey question asking, "How likely are you to modify your approach at work because of what you learned?" with response options: "Not at all," "A little," "Moderately," "Very" (selected), and "Extremely.

3. Impact

Requests and open-ended feedback about the class.

Survey question asking for feedback on "Mastering the Unnatural Act of Leadership by Alisa Cohn." Below it, a response reads, "Was pretty cool.

Understand big learning moments and make smarter decisions  

Each dimension of Big Think+ Assessments is viewable for administrators in Course Analytics. Taken together with active usage metrics, video completions, and public discussion board activity, Assessments represent an important addition to the larger constellation of measures that learning leaders can use to gauge real impact. 

Armed with this holistic set of information, teams can identify the big moments driving learning and growth across the organization. Some common use cases for Assessments are:

  • Identify skill gaps: Are learners feeling strong in decision making skills but need a boost in fostering empathy? This may indicate a shift in focus.
  • Enable action: Are Objective scores high but Impact scores low? Perhaps there are barriers blocking learners from translating insights into their day-to-day work.
  • Always on listening: With open-ended feedback flowing in, you’ll gather fresh insights in real-time that may inform your next program optimization.
A list of top courses with their durations and number of learners is displayed, alongside average objectives assessment score of 4.86 and average completion rate of 44%.
Quickly see a rollup of Assessment scores across classes
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Go deeper with individual user submissions

Ready to uncover the true impact of your learning programs?

Join the ranks of forward-thinking organizations leveraging Big Think+ Assessments to unlock the full potential of their learning initiatives. Request a demo today. 

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