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Posted by Jane Townsend

In less than two weeks, Questionmark users will gather in Brussels for the Questionmark European Users Conference.

Delegates will enjoy a full programme, with lots of choices  — from case studies to presentations about best practices and training sessions on the use of Questionmark technologies.

Networking opportunities will include our hot n’ happening “Speak Easy” evening event.  If you are attending the conference, get your lucky charms ready for a big night out!

Here’s the complete conference line-up. Click here for details about all these sessions: 

General Sessions:

  • Conference Kick-off and Opening General Session
  • Assessment Security : The Stakes are Getting Higher

Tech Training

  • Introduction to Questionmark Perception for Beginners
  • Using Questionmark Reporting and Analytics Tools
  • Methods for Integrating Perception with Other Systems
  • Planning your Migration from Perception v4 to v5
  • Customising the Participant Experience
  • Delivering Assessments to Mobile Devices

Case Studies

  • Practical Tips for Sustainable Large scale e-Assessment – University of Bradford
  • Deploying Questionmark Perception v5 Globally at HSBC
  • Automated testing of assessment delivery performance using JMeter –  Rotterdam University of Applied Science
  • Extended Essay Editor – Complete process for managing both Question and Answers – Nocada IT-Konsult  and IT-Arkitekterna Västerås
  • Online Assessment at the University of Graz
  • e-Assessment in Dental Radiology: observing the future – University of Dundee
  • Deploying and Using a Blackboard-integrated Questionmark Module Evaluation System- University of Glamorgan
  • Questionmark can be more than Questionmark: Connections, integrations and optimising the deployment – ECABO
  • Using Questionmark to create and mark paper-based exams – Harper Adams University College
  • User attitudes towards online testing at Aberystwyth University

Best Practices

  • Using Save as you Go? Technical and other security aspects of test taking – Leen Vegter, Stoas
  • Using “Regular Expressions” when Importing Questions from a Word or Excel Document- Gregory Furter,  EMLYON Business School
  • Using the Latest Learning Research to Improve Your Questionmark Assessments – John Kleeman,  Questionmark
  • Using Web Services to Integrate with Questionmark Perception – Steve Lay,  Questionmark
  • Using Captivate and Flash Simulations in eLearning and Assessments – Doug Peterson,  Questionmark
  • Using Questionmark Perception to Make SharePoint an Effective Learning Platform – John Kleeman, Questionmark
  • Discussing successful implementation strategies – Esther van der Linde, HAN University
  • Play the Game Digital Assessments: is your organisation ready? – Michel Kao, HAN University
  • Using QMWise to Customise Questionmark Perception- Mauro Chieppa, Stoas

We’ll also be hosting  group discussions with our product owners about potential new offerings. You can register for the conference online or email euconference@questionmark.co.uk more information.