Calling all Speakers: Share your story in Santa Fe & become a VIP

Posted by Julie Delazyn

We have officially announced the Questionmark Conference 2017 March 21-14, and we look forward to seeing you at the beautiful Inn and Spa at Loretto for this important learning event.

In order to create a rich and varied conference program, we have opened a call for proposals and invite you to submit your idea for case study presentation or a peer discussion soon.

How do you know if you should submit a proposal? If you can answer yes to any of the questions below, we want to hear from you! Click here to find out more and download the proposal forms!

  • Your experience with Questionmark technologies will help others
  • You have found innovative ways to use online assessments
  • You can explain how you organized your assessment program and what you learned
  • You have gained a lot from previous conferences and want to contribute in 2015
  • You are using assessments to support organizational goals
  • You have a unique application of online or mobile assessments
  • You have integrated Questionmark with another system

We are accepting proposals from now until December 1, so consider what you’d like to contribute.

The Inn and Spa at Loretto

Aside from helping your fellow Questionmark users by sharing your story, please note that presenters will also get some perks:

Presenters and discussion leaders will receive some red carpet treatment — including a special dinner in their honor on Wednesday, March 21. And we award one 50% registration for each case study presentation.

Click here to start the process of becoming a speaker!

Even if you are not sure you’ll attend the conference, we would like to hear from you! And whether you plan to present or not, plan now to have the conference in your budget for 2017.

Keynote for Questionmark 2012 Users Conference: Dr. Jane Bozarth

Joan PhaupPosted by Joan Phaup

With our European counterparts having recently wound down their conference in Brussels, we are revving up for the 2012 Users Conference in New Orleans March 20 – 23!

Jane Bozarth

Dr. Jane Bozarth

Our first major announcement is that Dr. Jane Bozarth, Elearning Coordinator for the State of North Carolina, will be our keynote speaker!

Jane’s talk, Look before You Leap: What You Measure is What You Get, will emphasize the importance of planning quizzes and tests with solid objectives and clear outcomes in mind. She will demonstrate the ways in which assessments can fail to measure the right things, and she will share some tips for improving assessments by building them right into the design of a learning program.

Jane holds a M.Ed. in Training and Development/Technology in Training and a doctorate in Training and Development. She is a popular conference speaker and has written several books including From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers. Jane also writes Learning Solutions Magazine’s popular Nuts and Bolts column.

Online registration is now open, with savings of $200 for those who register by December 9. Group discounts are available, too, so be sure to invite your colleagues to join you!

Experienced Questionmark users please note: The conference call for proposals is open through October 28. Case study and peer discussion proposals are rolling in, and we’d like to receive one from you, too!