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About Question

Questionmark provides technologies and services that enable organizations to measure knowledge, skills and attitudes
securely for certification, regulatory compliance and improved learning outcomes. Questionmark solutions enable reliable,
valid and defensible assessments by empowering subject matter experts through collaborative authoring, accommodating participant
needs with blended and multilingual delivery and informing stakeholders through timely reporting and meaningful analytics.

About Getting Results — The Question
mark Blog

Questionmark always believed in promoting best practices in assessment and enjoy lively dialog about the important role assessments
play in measuring learning and improving performance. This blog gives us yet another way to keep the conversation going.
Here you will find news about learning events, products, and trends in learning and assessment. We will also post technical
pointers, case studies and advice about effective item writing, secure delivery, reporting, analyzing results and other essentials.
The blog includes links to learning resources including white papers and podcast interviews with assessment professionals
and experts on best practices.  

On Blogging Posts
Any view or opinion represented in this blog are personal and belong solely to the blogger and do not represent
those of Questionmark . Anything copied that has been previously published in this blog may be an infringement of copyright
law, and may be used against you. Any view or opinion reflected in this blog is not meant to offend anyone or any party involved
directly or indirectly. Any view or opinion reflected in this blog is not meant to defame, purge or humiliate anyone or any
party involved directly or indirectly. Questionmark  does not warrant that any information is complete or accurate or that
any information or links provided are free of rogue programming. The blog may include technical inaccuracies or typographical
errors, and changes may be periodically made to the entries or to the software referenced. Company and product names are
trademarks of their respective owners. Mention of these companies in this blog does not imply any warranty by these companies
or approval by them of this guide or its recommendations. You understand and acknowledge that you use and/or rely on any
information obtained through the blog at your own risk.  

On Blogging Comments
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/ visitor to this blog. Questionmark reserves the right to remove any and all comments that do not comply with the guidelines
contained below. These include comments that use profanity, make personal attacks, or contain other inappropriate comments
or material. Finally, we will take steps to block users who violate any of our posting standards or any other policies governing
this site. Comments left by comment authors are the sole responsibility of the comment authors. Individuals or involving
parties shall contact us directly via email or phone in order to consolidate the removal of information deemed sensitive
or harmful to them.

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