Our Books on Learning Evaluation
Airthrey directors Kenneth Fee and Alasdair Rutherford have written a number of books on the evaluation of learning, and more are planned in the coming year. Details of our books are below, and you can click on the titles to find out more.
Fee K & Rutherford A | 2012
This is the first learning evaluation book from Ken Fee and Alasdair Rutherford.
Available in digital format only, it is Airthrey's rationale for, and exposition of, the Total Value Add approach, whereby all value added by L&D is identified, and appropriate means found to capture and measure it.
Fee K | 2011
Packed full of practical tips for each stage of the learning cycle, Fee describes 101 tools and techniques for learning development. For those interested specifically in evaluation, there are 21 tools for evaluating learning. As well as describing each tool, Fee offers practical advice and signposts readers to further relevant resources.
Providing a broad overview of a wide range of evaluation techniques, this is a great introduction to help organisations put evaluation into practice as part of the learning cycle.
Fee K & Rutherford A | 2013
We are currently researching a new book planned for publication in 2013, and would be interested to hear of any case studies of successes in conducting evaluations of learning and development. If you would like to share any examples from your work, then please contact us.
If you would like to discuss how Airthrey can help you get the most out of your learning and development, then do get in touch.