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6.18 Reflexion On a scale of 1-4, how confident are you in your ability to: Not Confident Somewhat Confident Confident Very Confident Distinguish quantitative from qualitative data. 1 2 3 4 Analyse quantitative data from surveys. 1 2 3 4 Apply statistics to analyze your data. 1 2 3 4 Apply codes to qualitative data to create categories. Identify patterns when analyzing qualitative data. Identify the performance gaps from the analysis results. Identify training needs from the analysis results. Recommend appropriate training solutions based on your findings. Recommend appropriate non-training solutions based on your findings. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Create an effective analysis report. 1 2 3 4 Audio: Take a moment to reflect on your own data analysis and reporting skills by completing this questionnaire. After you complete it, consider your plan for building the skills and confidence you need to be effective at performing analysis and reporting of different types of data. 22

6.19 Test your Understanding A. Choose the right answer: In surveys, closed-ended questions are mainly used to collect quantitative/qualitative data, and openended questions quantitative/qualitative data. Interviews, focus groups and observations are great sources of quantitative/qualitative data. B. Identify codes that can be generated by the following interview transcripts. From the available options select the most relevant codes to each interview transcript. Interview transcript 1 An LMS was a great solution for our company for many reasons. We need to be able to increase the consistency of our training, we need to be able to keep up with the quick changes within our industry and train our clients quickly on them. It is a way to build our brand loyalty with our clients. It allows us to more effectively measure our return on investment than traditional instructor-led training. LMS, needs, solutions, problems, Interview transcript 2 We offer self-paced courses on a variety of topics, from sales and marketing strategies to business management and social networking techniques. All of the courses have various interactive learning techniques, including voice-over narration throughout the course, videos, and quizzes. And we also use the secondary window feature, quite often, to include supplemental material, and link to websites, videos, or other podcasts. Topics, Course features, Types of materials, Needs, Audience C. Answer the following True/False questions about analysis reports: 1. Analysis report must be short. F Feedback: Determine the length of the analysis report according to the audience you address 2. Analysis report should include graphs and tables. T Feedback: Giving form to your result can always be an effective way to present them. 3. Give validity to your results by using a lot of scientific terms in your analysis report. F You are not writing an academic research paper! Jargon can support for validity but its use should be moderate. Your audience might not be familiar with it. 4. Make a comprehensive analysis report including as many possible findings you managed to generate from the data analysis. F Feedback: Focus on your key findings. Some of your findings might not be well supported or of minor importance. 23