Questionmark 2013 Annual Users Conference | Questionmark

Questionmark 2013 Annual Users Conference

March 3 - 6 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore, on the Inner Harbor

Save the Date for the 2014 Users Conference

In March, 2013, Questionmark users gathered in Baltimore to:

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

Highlights from program include:
    • Keynote address by Charles Jennings
    • Real-world case studies by users in business, government and higher education.
    • Introductions to new solutions and features
    • Sessions explaining Questionmark features & functions
    • Testing and assessment best practices sessions
    • Opportunities to influence future solutions
    • One-on-one meetings with Questionmark technicians
    • Networking opportunities!

Conference Keynote by Charles Jennings

Meeting the Challenge of Measuring Informal and Workplace Learning -- The 70:20:10 framework – in which people learn 70% from experience, 20% from others and 10% from formal study -- has been adopted as a learning and development strategy by many organizations around the world. 

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Conference Keynote by Charles Jennings

Pre-Conference Workshops

Pre-Conference Workshop: 
Criterion-Referenced Test Development - with Sharon Shrock and Bill Coscarelli, authors of Criterion-Referenced Test Development: Technical and Legal Guidelines for Corporate Training

Pre-Conference Workshop: 
Questionmark Boot Camp: Basic Training for Beginners 
Rick Ault, Questionmark

Pre-Conference Workshops

Professional Development Opportunities

The Questionmark Users Conference offers some of these outstanding learning opportunities:

  • Features and Functions: Learn valuable skills and techniques for beginning, intermediate and advanced users of Questionmark's assessment management technologies.
  • Case Studies: Hear experienced Questionmark users share their challenges, solutions and lessons learned
  • Best Practices: Explore assessment techniques & best practices.
  • General Sessions: Find out about the latest new Questionmark features and influence future product development.
  • Peer Discussions: Work through the issues that matter to you and your colleagues.
  • Tech Central: Meet one-on-one with a Questionmark tech and get your questions answered
  • Future Solutions: Shape future product features by meeting with the Questionmark product managers.
  • Networking Opportunities: Industry-specific discussions, networking meals and exciting social events.
Professional Development Opportunities