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6.16 Structure of the

6.16 Structure of the instructional design analysis report Ideally, your analysis report should include the following parts: Click on the links below to read more about each section. 1. Project Overview 2. Data Collection Methods 3. Key Findings 4. Recommended Interventions 5. Evaluation Plan OUTPUT GOES HERE 1. Project Overview 2. Data Collection Methods 3. Key Findings 4. Recommended Interventions 5. Evaluation Plan Overall description of the project regarding performance gaps, goals, audience, constraints, etc. Description of the methods you used to obtain data. Include copies of any form you used (These are often put into an Appendix). Presentation of the main results from the analysis of the data you collected. Include copies of any tables or charts you developed. Description of recommended training solutions to achieve organizations goal. Include at least two options. if possible Explain how the effectiveness of the training solution will be evaluated and measured. Audio: Your documentation and formatting may vary depending on the needs of your organization and your audience, as well as the nature of your data. But there are topics that will be important to include in every analysis report. The recommended structure can work as an example to write a comprehensive analysis report. It is composed of 5 sections. The project overview, the data collection methods, the Key Findings, Recommended interventions and Evaluation plan. Click on the links below to read more about each section. 20

6.17 Some useful tips when writing the analysis report To ensure that your report is written properly, consider the following tips: Keep it simple Tailor to the audience Include graphs Use quotes and vignettes A report that is easy to read is more likely to communicate the information you want to the audience with success. Avoid excessive use of jargon. Keep always in mind who is going to read you report and decide accordingly about the content, the size and the details in it. Using tables and charts is a very effective way to illustrate your findings. All graphs must have titles, labels and legends or footnotes so that they can stand alone. Using quotes and vignettes from your notes is a great way to add some color to the content and support your findings. Audio: To ensure that your report is written properly, consider the following tips: Click on links to learn more about each tip. 21