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Holy Qwickly, Batman: Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020

Holy Qwickly, Batman: Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020

June 12, 2020


Qwickly Virtual Seminar 2020 took place on Thursday, June 11, 2020. This year’s virtual event provided attendees the opportunity to learn more about Qwickly’s newest products and features, share feedback, and help contribute directly to Qwickly's product road-map. Updates to Qwickly Attendance, Qwickly Course Tools, and Qwickly Attendance Pro were announced and new products like Qwickly Jot LTI and Qwickly Attendance Plus were unveiled. 

Attendees heard from 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 during a panel discussion regarding “Challenges in Electronic Course Delivery in 2020.” They spoke about their personal experiences with challenges they have faced, which solutions failed and which solutions succeeded, and what types of educational technology are needed moving forward. 

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, shared their experiences with online attendance tracking during a session surrounding Online Activity Mode, the newest addition to Qwickly Attendance Pro. Angela Wright-Nash, Online Education & Outreach Coordinator at Pinellas Technical College, gave a presentation titled, “High-Quality Online Education: Before, During & After the Crisis,” which explored the elements of what establishes an online course offering as “high-quality,” how to respond to a crisis situation and migrate courses to an online instructional format, and how to keep your online instructional presence once the threat passes. 

The event closed with a presentation on Qwickly’s products for the K12 sector, featuring speaker Michael Zauderer, Director of Educational Operations at The Frisch School, where K12 professionals had the chance to discuss how Qwickly can improve products to best serve K12 administrators, teachers, parents and students. 

Thank you to everyone who attended. We hope you now "have the power."