Hurry! Early-Bird Registration Ends Today

Posted by Julie Delazyn

Today is the last day to save on your registration for Questionmark Conference 2017… And seats are going fast!

Take advantage of the early-bird discount and save $200, if you sign up by the end of the day!

Aside from some fantastic social events that are designed to assist you in networking with other assessment professionals, we have a jam packed agenda covering topics such as:

  • Avionics: A hands-on, performance-based certification using Questionmark at SpaceTEC
  • Assessments as Career Development Tools at Caterpillar Inc.
  • Explore the Advanced Editor in Next Gen Authoring
  • Why Use Performance-Based Testing? Why Test at All?
  • Test Security for Grown-Ups: Enhancing exam integrity through proctoring, recording and monitoring

Bring your colleagues! Group discounts are available. Save up to $200 for additional registrants.

So meet us in enchanting Santa Fe, New Mexico March 21-24 leap into the future of assessment and authoring!

Book your room at the boutique Inn and Spa at Loretto at our special rate, while they are still available. Rates expire February 17, 2017.

Big Themes, Big Deadlines: Napa News

Julie Delazyn HeadshotPosted by Julie Delazyn

We have two big deadlines coming up for the Questionmark 2015 Users Conference in Napa!

All case study and presentation proposals are due on December 10, so submit your proposals soon if you want to lock down a chance to be a speaker at the conference. The perks for you? One 50 percent registration discount per case study and a VIP dinner for all presenters.

Early-bird deadline ends December 17. Register now o save $200. Want to save more? Bring your colleagues and take advantage of our group discounts! There is so much to learn at the conference that many of our customers take on the “divide and conquer” approach by attending different concurrent sessions and comparing notes later.

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Hackers, attackers and your assessments: Protecting your assessment data

We’ll explore some of the developments and emerging threats to data security and their implications.

Can you trust your assessment results?

The conference will explore what makes assessment results “trustable” any why trustable results matter.

Checking knowledge or checking a box: Assessments and Compliance

Regulatory compliance is a fact of life – one that drives training and the need for trustable, defensible assessment.

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We look forward to seeing you in Napa—where you will also have a chance to:

  • Get vital info and training on the latest assessment technologies and best practices
  • Network with fellow assessment and learning professional
  • Learn about the Questionmark product roadmap

Oh, and did I mention this will all take place in the heart of the beautiful California wine country? We look forward to learning with you there!

Early-bird alert: Last day for saving on conference registration

Posted by Joan Phaup

This is the last time I’ll mention early-bird sign-ups for the Questionmark 2012 Users Conference.

That’s because today is the last day to save $100 on your conference registration.

We are looking forward to seeing customers in New Orleans March 20 – 23 for three days of exceptional learning, professional development and networking.

A few highlights from the conference program:

Why wait any longer? Sign up today!

Early-birds: Register for the Questionmark 2010 Users Conference by Friday!

 

Posted by Joan Phaup

We’re fast approaching the first early-bird deadline for the Questionmark 2010 Users Conference. RLB_3816

If you register by this Friday, December 4th, you will save $200 off the full registration fee.  The conference program is taking shape, so check out some  session titles on the schedule-at-a-glance.

Case study topics include Integrating Perception and SAP, Using Flash and Captivate with Perception, and  Distributing the Workload and Increasing Accessibility with Questionmark Live. You will also see some Best Practice and Tech Traning topics listed. There are more to come, so keep checking the site.

The  Conference offers great opportunities for technical training on Questionmark Perception as  well as instruction on how to write better assessments. Delegates will see the latest Questionmark product developments and will influence what happens next. Meeting other Perception Users and learning from their experiences is another major plus of attending the  Conference. There’s really no better place to RLB_4087immerse yourself in learning how to get the most from your assessments.

If you missed our podcast with keynote speaker Dr. David Metcalf, click here and spend a few minutes listening to our conversation about the future of assessment.

….and remember to register! We look forward to seeing you in Miami March 14 – 17, 2010!