Impact Study

Humanitarian U, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and MEDAIR, have  launched a new report looking at the impact that e-learning has on humanitarian aid. The report ‘Pilot evaluation to assess the impact of e-learning on humanitarian aid work’, is the first of its kind to research the impact e-learning has and enables us to improve e-learning for humanitarian workers and improve aid delivery.

 

This pilot study is one of the first to examine how competency-based eLearning training programs impact humanitarian work. Not only ‘how’ these have an impact, but specifically in ‘what ways’ the transfer of learning from these training program experiences are ultimately contributing to strengthening and/or improving coordination and service delivery in humanitarian field work. 

The pilot study has produced anecdotal evidence of how the cohorts’ transfer and application of learning from the Humanitarian U training program has resulted in changes experienced by the beneficiary communities they serve.

Tools and metrics were developed to measure ‘what ways’ the transfer of learning from Humanitarian U’s online training program experiences are ultimately contributing to strengthening and improving coordination and service delivery in the system of humanitarian field work. Get your copy today by filling out the form above. And please sign up for our newsletter so we can send you the latest updates from Humanitarian U such as this report.

Dr. Kirsten Johnson interviews the pilot study’s lead investigator, Pamela Teitelbaum.

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