October Webinars on remote test monitoring, mobile assessments and more

Joan PhaupPosted by Joan Phaup

With the school year now well underway, we are happy to offer some of our own learning opportunities: three Web seminars on important topics for people involved in assessment and measurement.

You can sign up for any or all of these one-hour sessions free of charge at www.questionmark.com/go/webinars.

Here’s the line-up for October:

Thursday, October 18, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time — Integrity Anywhere: Secure Monitoring of Higher-stakes Online Tests 

Innovative technologies make it possible to take high-stakes tests using almost any webcam and computer, anywhere in the world. Online testing helps organizations increase access to their programs and assessments, but they must balance flexibility, candidate experience, logistics and security in order to ensure the integrity and value of the exams they deliver from a distance. This web seminar, co-presented by Questionmark and ProctorU,  explores the “last mile” of high-stakes test delivery and how it can meet the goals and needs of all stakeholders.

Tuesday, October 30, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time —  Creating Assessments for Mobile Delivery

Many learning professionals are considering the use of popular and inexpensive mobile devices such as smart phones and/or tablets for delivering assessment content. This seminar will show you how to use mobile assessment delivery  on its own or as part of a blended delivery strategy to give learners retrieval practice, gather their opinions or test their knowledge while they are on the move.

October 12, 24 and 31 at assorted times: Introduction to Questionmark’s Assessment Management System

This Webinar is for people who are new to Questionmark and want an overview of our assessment management technologies. A Questionmark expert will walk you through the basics of authoring, delivering and reporting on surveys, quizzes, tests and exams. It explains the key features and functions available in Questionmark OnDemand and Questionmark Perception.

 

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