Online Registration for Questionmark Conference Ends March 9th

Joan Phaup

Posted by Joan Phaup

Nine is today’s magic number — the 9th of March, that is: the last day to register online for the Questionmark Users Conference March 14 – 17th in Miami.

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Here are a few more significant numbers for you as we count down to March 14th:

Customers at past Questionmark Users Conferences

Learn. Share. Empower.

  • 11 Customer Case Studies including two about integrations of Questionmark Perception with SAP
  • 8 Tech Training presentations including Planning Your Migration from Perception v4 to v5
  • 6 Tech Central sessions where Perception users meet one-on-one with a Questionmark Technician and get their questions answered
  • 6  Product Central sessions, including focus groups run by Questionmark product managers seeking customers’ views on potential new features
  • 6 Best Practices presentations including one on Item and Test Analysis Analytics
  • 3 Peer Discussions including one on Security Strategies for High-stakes Tests
  • 3 Drop-in Demos featuring Questionmark Live, new features in Perception version 5, mobile delivery and more
  • 3 exciting Evening Events, including a dinner cruise with drinks, dinner and networking opportunities
  • 2 General Sessions where Questionmark Customers learn about new and future technologies
  • 1 Keynote by Dr. David Metcalf of the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training about Assessments on the Move: Mobility, Mashups and More

If you’re still wondering whether to attend or not, check out what participants in last year’s conference have to say in this video!

Questionmark 2010 Users Conference Keynote: Dr. David Metcalf

Joan PhaupPosted by Joan Phaup

We are looking forward eagerly to the Questionmark 2010 Users Conference set for March 14 – 17 in Miami. One of the many conference highlights will be a keynote by Dr. David Metcalf, a senior DavidMetcalf06researcher at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training. David, who is also an online faculty member at Walden University, explores leading edge innovations in learning and has authored several recent works including mLearning: Mobile Learning and Performance. His keynote address about Assessments on the Move: Mobility, Mashups and More will examine key trends, design techniques, and technologies that are emerging to meet the assessment challenges and changes of today and tomorrow.

Questionmark customers will play important roles in the conference program, too! So now’s the time to answer our call for proposals for case studies and peer discussions. Conference details and registration (special early-bird rate available until December 4th) are available at http://www.questionmark.com/go/conference.