Conference agenda nearly full as early-bird registration nears end (Friday!)
Posted by Joan Phaup
As we zero in on the first early-bird registration deadline for the Questionmark 2012 Users Conference this Friday, I’m pleased to report that the agenda is nearly full.
The line-up may change somewhat between now and March 20 – 23, when we convene at the Ritz Carlton New Orleans, but here’s an outline of what’s in store.
Before the conference gets rolling, there are two optional full-day workshops to choose from on Tuesday, March 20:
- Questionmark Boot Camp: Basic Training for Beginners – with Questionmark Trainer Rick Ault
- Criterion-Referenced Test Development – with Sharon Shrock and Bill Coscarelli
During her presentation, Look Before You Leap: What You Measure is What You Get. our keynote speaker, Dr. Jane Bozarth, will include tips on planning assessments with clear objectives and outcomes.
Here’s the current list of breakouts, which you explore in detail within the conference agenda:
Questionmark Features & Functions
- Introduction to Questionmark Perception for Beginners
- Answers to Windows Authoring FAQs
- Using Questionmark Live for Surveys and Course Evaluations
- Reporting and Analytics: Understanding and sharing assessment results
- Deploying Questionmark Perception 5.4
- Questionmark Live Bring-your-own-laptop Tutorial
- Customizing the Participant Interface
- An Architect’s Approach to Questionmark Assessment Development: How to Architect, Design and Implement an Efficient Assessment-Building Process
- How e-Testing is Improving Assessment for the U.S. Coast Guard
- The Net Promoter Score (NPS) Question Type
- Analysis of Examination Time Data at the Question- and Person-Specific Level with Perception
- The Big Switch: Moving Training and Assessment to Mobile Devices
- Using Questionmark to Answer Business Questions Related to Your Work Processes
- Installation and Deployment of Perception over the U.S. Navy’s Internet
- Applying the Principles of Item and Test Analysis to Your Assessment Program
- Timing is Everything : Using psychology research to make your assessments more effective
- Alignment, Impact and Measurement with the A-model
- Instructional Design for the Real World
- Using Captivate and Flash Simulations in eLearning and Assessments
- Using Web Services to Integrate with Questionmark Perception
- Proctored versus non-proctored: How does assessment setting affect student achievement on web-based assessments?
- Managing Assessment Security as the Stakes are Getting Higher Test Defensibility
- Using the Angoff Method to Set Cut Scores
- Delivering Assessments to Mobile Devices
- What’s New in Perception 5.3 and 5.4?
Register for the conference by December 9th to save $200!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to help!