Save these dates for Breakfast Briefings and User Group Meetings

Joan Phaup

Posted by Joan Phaup

Noticing the start of “Back to School” sales (say it isn’t so!), it’s good to think of something to look forward to this fall: our annual series of Breakfast Briefings and User Group Meetings in the United States.

In addition to showing newcomers the basics of creating, delivering, and reporting on surveys, quizzes, tests and exams, we’ll be demonstrating how easy it is to deliver assessments to  mobile devices such as the Apple  iPhone and iPad. Our guests will also see the latest capabilities of  browser-based authoring in Questionmark Live and learn about embedding surveys and quizzes within blogs, wikis and portals to provide instant recall practice during learning. We’ll also focus on some best practices in analyzing and reporting on assessment results. We hope you will join us for breakfast and enjoy a morning of learning and networking with other assessment professionals from your area.

Current Questionmark users will get together after each briefing for lunch and an afternoon of in-depth discussions. This is a great opportunity to learn about coming product features and talk in depth with members of the Questionmark  team about technical issues, best practices and any other topics you would like to address.

Here’s the schedule. We hope you will visit our Web site to find out more and register.

  • Boston – September 21
  • New York – September 23
  • Chicago –  September 27
  • Dallas – October 19
  • Washington, DC – October 21
  • Ft Lauderdale – October 26
  • Los Angeles – November 9

Engaging with Customers Worldwide

julie-smallPosted by Julie Delazyn

Over the past few months we have been engaging our customers all over the world and are grateful to have such a diverse customer base. Lately we’ve held the US Users Conference in Miami, a German Users Symposium in Berlin and meetings for users in Bangalore, Mumbai, Australia and South Africa as well as breakfast briefings in three UK cities. Looking forward, we are busy planning the European Users Conference in Amsterdam, to be held in October.

We are pleased about the growing number of events we are able to hold around the world and will continue connecting with our customers wherever they are — bringing them opportunities to discuss best practices and learn to use our technologies effectively while enjoying some great networking opportunities.

Learn more about our in-person events or, if you can’t physically make it to a briefing or a users’ meeting, join us online at our Web seminars.