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Qwickly Seminar 2018 has concluded!

Qwickly Seminar 2018 is a complimentary opportunity to learn more about Qwickly's current product and see how other schools are using the solutions. Be the first to see new Qwickly products and services that will be available for the 2018-19 school year. Share feedback, ask questions and help contribute directly to our product road-map. Local vendors will cater meals at this one-day event in Cleveland, Ohio, home of Qwickly, Inc.

Qwickly Seminar 2018 Announcement Recap

Matt Hadgis
President and Co-Founder, Qwickly Inc.

See a recap of all the new product and service announcements made at the opening keynote at Qwickly Seminar 2018.

Make Your Life Easier - Streamlined Workflows with Qwickly

Chris Daniele
Coordinator of Instructional Technology, MassBay Community College

"In my role at MassBay Community College, I often hear how tedious certain tasks are. Using Qwickly's Multi-Course tools, you can significantly streamline your workflow and complete ordinarily mundane and tedious tasks in just a few clicks.

Let me show you how to change how instructors think about these tasks and how you can increase adoption of your LMS by offering these convenient tools."

A Year in review: Winning faculty over the statement "Never answer the question 'How many absences do I have?' again!"

Emily Robertson
Director of Digital Learning, Gardner-Webb University

On a campus with a 75% attendance policy requirement, the question "how many absences do I have?" is a persistent and trying question for faculty instructors. Likewise, finding a way to document online attendance beyond "student last login" is equally challenging...until now.

This session will share Gardner-Webb University's trial and eventual successes with the implementation of Qwickly Attendance over the past 18 months. Feedback from faculty and students, training strategies, creative applications of Qwickly, and plans for future development will be addressed. This session is designed for both new and existing Qwickly Attendance users, and will include an interactive demonstration, as well as time for participant discussion.


Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2018

8:30 am 9:00 am
Registration and Breakfast
9:00 am 9:50 am
10:00 am 10:50 am
Make Your Life Easier—Streamlined Workflows with Qwickly
– Chris Daniele, Coordinator of Instructional Technology, MassBay Community College
11:00 am 11:50 am
A year in review: Winning faculty over with the statement, "Never answer the question, 'how many absences do I have?' again!"
– Emily Robertson, Director of Digital Learning, Gardner-Webb University
12:00 pm 1:00 pm
1:00 pm 1:50 pm
Breakout Sessions
2:00 pm 2:50 pm
Breakout Sessions
3:00 pm 3:50 pm
Roadmap Session and Closing
4:00 pmReception