Posted by Joan Phaup
During what may seem like the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer we are busy planning the program for the Questionmark 2013 Users Conference in Baltimore March 3 – 6.
We are thrilled about the location of this conference, near the busy harbor in a city that’s easy to reach– and where there is plenty to see and do. A top priority is planning the conference program, which will include sessions on best practices, the use of Questionmark features and functions, demos of the latest technologies, case studies and peer discussions.
We provide much of this content ourselves, but customers enrich the program by presenting case studies and leading discussions. We are actively seeking ideas for these sessions, so Questionmark users are invited to check out the conference call for proposals and respond by September 14.
We know the conference seems a long way off and understand that you may not be sure of your plans yet, but we would like to hear from you regardless.
- Do you have a success story to share about your use of Questionmark assessments?
- Have you had experiences or learned lessons that would be helpful to others?
- Is there a topic you’d like to talk about with fellow learning and assessment professionals?
If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, we would welcome your ideas!
Conference goers invariably say that one of the best things about this event is the opportunity to learn from fellow Questionmark users and to find out how different organizations use assessments. So we hope you will spend a some time pondering what you would like to share and letting us know about it!