Quantitative feedback is great, and we’ve had that base covered for awhile now with true/false and multiple-choice questions. Today, we are debuting Lessonly’s first mechanism for qualitative feedback:
Say hello to Free-Response Prompts.
You can start using Free-Response Prompts right now by hopping into Lessonly’s authoring tool, creating a new question, and simply leaving the answer field blank. Lessonly will automatically recognize your prompt as open-ended, and you’ll be all set.
Want some ideas for using this feature? Good, because have a few:
- General feedback (e.g., Is there anything you’d like clarification on?)
- Business goals (e.g. Here are our goals for Q1 2014. What are the biggest risks to hitting those targets?)
- Rorschach tests (e.g., What do you see in this picture?)
- Getting feedback on the quality of the lesson (e.g., Did you understand this lesson?)
- Employee feedback (e.g., Tell me about your relationship with your boss.)
- Emotion grading (e.g., How does X make you feel?)
- Experience feedback (e.g., What did you think of service Y?)
- Root-cause analysis brainstorming (e.g., What could we have done better in this situation?)
- Customer development and prospecting (e.g., How do you think this feature will work? What are the 3 most important things you would use this service for right now?)
Max at Lessonly