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!

General Session at European Users Conference: E-assessment and Interoperability, Standards and Accessibility

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Posted By Sarah Elkins

The European Users Conference is less than one month away, and I’m pleased to announce that Tom King, Questionmark’s Interoperability Evangelist, and David Sloan from the University of Dundee will be leading the Tuesday morning General Session, focusing on E-Assessment and Interoperability, Standards and Accessibility.

Tom King is actively involved with many e-learning technology specification groups, and a regular contributor to this blog. Tom will provide an overview of the current status of major standards and the specification organisations behind them, and highlight some of the emerging needs and promising developments.  David Sloan will give an overview of accessibility-related legislation, standards and best practice, and show how Questionmark can help support the creation of accessible assessments.

The conference is set to be an exciting two days for Perception Users with Best Practice sessions on the latest trends in assessment management, eight Case Study presentations, and some great Technical Training sessions. Make sure you check out the full conference agenda and if you haven’t already done so, register for the conference!