Kingsnow University Publishes a White Paper on How to Measure

Learning Outcomes of Online Students & Evaluate Program Success Kingsnow University (KU) has recently published a white paper that highlights the key factors, which can help in measuring the learning outcomes of online students. Also, special emphasis is given on evaluating program success.

In the white paper, Kingsnow University discusses that online learning, teaching methodologies and evolution, are one of the major growing trends of higher education. KU has covered the major challenges of integrating technologies for proper delivery of online education as well as the successful outcomes of this practice, in the white paper. The university believes that there is a significant amount of inconsistency in online education and its platform; therefore, evaluation of program success is a challenge. Therefore, through the white paper, Kingsnow University has discussed the measurement and evaluation methodologies for learning outcomes. The university has mentioned about distinct online tools and platforms, which will aid in the implementation of best evaluation techniques for program success. KU's white paper is essential for all educational institutions, who are interested in introducing online academic programs. This paper provides an insight on how success can be framed, both in the context of learning outcomes as well as program effectiveness and sustainability.

Kingsnow University's white paper discusses the difference between calculation of learning outcomes and evaluation of program success. Also, key methodologies of determining program success, how to evaluate the effectiveness of online lectures and the ability of online students to grasp knowledge are discussed in detail by KU in white paper. Online tools and platforms have been provided in the white paper that is best suited for the purpose of evaluating program success and measurement of learning outcomes.