European Users Conference agenda and early-bird savings

Chloe MendoncaPosted by Chloe Mendonca

If you haven’t registered for the Questionmark 2013 European Users Conference, make sure you do so this month. Early-bird registration ends on September 30.  All it takes is a few clicks to set you on your way to some fantastic learning sessions, one-to-one meetings and networking in Barcelona November 10-12.

The program will cover an array of topics. Here are some of the breakout sessions we’ve scheduled to date:

g1Best Practice

  • ​Seven Reasons to Use Online Assessments for Regulatory Compliance
  • Assessment Feedback – What Can We Learn from Psychology Research?
  • Reporting and Analytics: Understanding Assessment Results

      

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Case Studies

  • Advanced Item Banking and Psychometric Analyses with Randomly Generated Assessments – ECABO
  • Get your Questionmark environment back in control with a QMWise based dashboard – Wageningen University
  • Questionmark Data Analysis for High Stakes Assessments – HBO Raad
  • Expanding and Testing Knowledge with Computer Assisted Learning – CFL (National Railway Company of Luxembourg)
  • Collaboration Facilities for Question Development Using QMlive​ – As-a-queue


g2Features and Functions

  • Introduction to Questionmark for Beginners
  • Assessment Authoring Part One: Creating Items and Topics,
  • Assessment Authoring Part Two: Assessments and Qpacks
  • Reporting and Analytics: Understanding Assessment Results
  • Integrating with Questionmark’s Open Assessment Platform
  • Customising the Participant Interface ​ ​
  • Deploying Questionmark Perception On Premise


g3Drop in Discussions and Demos

  • Drop-in Demo Session: Latest Questionmark Features
  • Tips for Delivering your Assessments to Mobile Devices

More Sessions will be added soon!

Conference participation is a valuable investment. Visit our cost justification page and download the ROI Toolkit to see why this is an essential experience for you and your organisation.

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