Web-based Evaluation

For those organizations who feel that a web-based evaluation is more appropriate for their event, a customized web site can be set up that will guide the attendee through the sessions and presenters in chronological order for evaluation.

Demographic and Overall questions can be included as well as Pre/Post Test questions to measure learning outcomes.

If professional crediting is offered, a printable certificate can be downloaded after all evaluation steps have been completed. The crediting can even be linked to the actual sessions evaluated.

Administrative access is set up to allow access to real-time reports as well as password and CE/certificate administration

Evaluation Process
Customized look w/logo and background color
Simple access - The site can be accessed via a link from your organization's web site. If you have a "members only" section that is password protected, then the attendee can automatically be identified using a "single-sign-on" approach. That way all traffic is directed through your site.
Exclude/Include Session - The system is set up to exclude or include sessions based on payment of a separate registration fee or other qualifications. For example, an attendee is blocked from evaluating (and claiming credit) a certain pre-conference session if the registration file indicates they have not paid the additional fee for that event. This feature also works well for events that have separate registration/fees for each day.
Demographic (pre-event) and/or Overall (post-event) questions
Custom Session objectives - Often speakers will provide specific learning objectives for their sessions.
Speaker/Presenter objectives and disclosures - Speaker names and disclosures can be included with their evaluation criteria. Normally, speakers are evaluated against a standard set of objectives. This allows for a ranking of speakers amongst their peers (see Speaker Ranking Report).
Session-specific comments - Comments can be recorded with each session evaluation. This is especially important for reviewing the success of each session and when providing feedback to your speakers (see Session Report).
Time Slot Conflicts - Often, conferences are organized with concurrent sessions during some time slots. In order to prevent attendees from accidentally evaluating and/or claiming credit for two concurrent or overlapping sessions, we use our time slot conflict management feature. Once a session is evaluated/claimed, all concurrent or overlapping sessions are locked out for the attendee.

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