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Up, Up and... Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020 is only 1 Week Away!

Up, Up and... Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020 is only 1 Week Away!

June 4, 2020


LMS Heroes Unite!  Find your superpower at Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020!

Qwickly Virtual Seminar is only a week away! Don’t miss your chance to share feedback, ask questions, and help contribute directly to Qwickly's product road-map. Learn more about Qwickly's current products and see how other schools are using the solutions!

Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020 will be held on June 11th and will consist of 8 sessions from 9:30am to 4:00pm. Enjoy the added flexibility of being able to attend all, or just some sessions, based on your availability and interest.

Sessions will include information on new product and feature releases and a panel discussion on “Challenges in Electronic Course Delivery in 2020” with panelists Chris Daniele, Coordinator of Instructional Technology at MassBay Community College, LaMetrius Daniels, Director of the Center for Innovative Instruction at Trevecca Nazarene University, Terry Patterson, Senior IT Systems Analyst at Austin Community College, and Heidi Redmond, Manager of Canvas Support Services at Northern Virginia Community College. 

Additionally, Qwickly Virtual Seminar will feature a presentation by Angela Wright-Nash, Online Education & Outreach Coordinator at Pinellas Technical College, titled “High-Quality Online Education: Before, During & After the Crisis,” and a session focused on the newest addition to Qwickly Attendance Pro, Online Activity Mode, featuring speakers Tom Kemp, Executive Director, Online Learning and Academic Technology at Cuyahoga Community College, and Deborah Spiro, Assistant Vice President, Distance Education at Nassau Community College.

The day will close with a session surrounding the latest that Qwickly products have to offer for the K12 sector and an opportunity to hear from speaker Michael Zauderer, Director of Educational Operations at The Frisch School, in a discussion about how Qwickly’s products can be improved to best meet K12 needs.

Register today before it’s too late at goqwickly.com/seminar. We hope to "see" you there! 

 

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