We are busy planning the program for the Questionmark 2015 Users Conference in Napa Valley March 10-13.
We are thrilled about the location of this conference, in the heart of California Wine Country, surrounded by spectacular scenery, world-acclaimed wineries and award-winning restaurants.
A top priority is planning the conference program, which will include sessions on best practices, the use of Questionmark features and functions, demos of the latest technologies, case studies and peer discussions.
Equally significant will be the content created by Questionmark users themselves — people who present case studies or lead discussions. We are excited by the enriching case study and discussion proposals that are coming in, and we are still accepting proposals until December 10.
Space is limited — Click here to download and fill out the call-for-proposal for a chance to present in Napa.
Please note that presenters will receive some red carpet treatment — including a special dinner in their honor on Tuesday, March 10. And we award one 50% registration for each case study presentation.
- Do you have a success story to share about your use of Questionmark assessments?
- Have you had experiences or learned lessons that would be helpful to others?
- Is there a topic you’d like to talk about with fellow learning and assessment professionals?
If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, we would welcome your ideas!
Plan your budget now and consider your conference ROI. The time and effort you save by learning effective ways to run your assessment program will more
than pay for your conference participation. Check out the reasons to attend and the conference ROI toolkit here.
Sign up soon for early-bird savings:
You will save $200 by registering on or before December 17 — and your organization will save by taking advantage of group registration discounts. Get all the details and register soon.