Questionmark Dutch User Group Celebrates 20 Years

Posted by Kristin Bernor I’m pleased to let you know that Questionmark’s Dutch User Group has now been meeting for 20 years. To celebrate this […]

10 Reasons Why Frequent Testing Makes Sense

Posted by John Kleeman It matters to society, organizations and individuals that test results are trustable. Tests and exams are used to make important decisions about […]

xAPI: A Way to Enable Learning Analytics

Posted by John Kleeman Many organizations train and test individuals to ensure they have the right skills and competencies. In doing so, they amass vast […]

How many questions should you have in a web survey?

Posted by John Kleeman Web surveys offer a quick, effective means of gathering data and attitudes that can help you make decisions and improvements. But […]

Certification in the Cloud and the Move to Online Proctoring: An interview with SAP’s manager of global certification

Posted by John Kleeman I recently interviewed Ralf Kirchgaessner, SAP’s manager of global certification, about how the cloud is changing SAP certification. This is a […]

Questionmark customers still safe independent of Safe Harbor

Posted by John Kleeman Since my earlier post, Is Safe Harbor still safe for assessment data?, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the […]

Unlocking website security

Posted by Steve Lay As a product manager at Questionmark, one of the questions that I’m increasingly being asked is about support for specific versions […]

Is There Value in Reporting Subscores?

Posted by Austin Fossey The decision to report subscores (reported as Topic Scores in Questionmark’s software) can be a difficult one, and test developers often need […]

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