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5 Steps to Better Tests

Posted by Julie Delazyn Creating fair, valid and reliable tests requires starting off right: with careful planning. Starting with that foundation, you will save time and effort while producing tests that yield trustworthy results. Five essential steps for producing high-quality tests: 1. Plan: What elements must you consider before crafting the... Read More

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Making your Assessment Valid: 5 Tips from Miami

Posted by John Kleeman A key reason people use Questionmark’s assessment management system is that it helps you make more valid assessments. To remind you, a valid assessment is one that genuinely measures what it is supposed to measure. Having an effective process to ensure your assessments are valid, reliable... Read More

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Next Gen Authoring & Intro to Questionmark – don’t miss these webinars!

Posted by Julie Delazyn Helping our customers understand how to use assessments effectively is as important to us as providing good testing and assessment technologies. Our free, one-hour web seminars give you the opportunity to find out what’s happening in the world of online assessment and consider which tools and technologies... Read More

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G Theory and Reliability for Assessments with Randomly Selected Items

Posted by Austin Fossey One of our webinar attendees recently emailed me to ask if there is a way to calculate reliability when items are randomly selected for delivery in a classical test theory (CTT) model. As with so many things, the answer comes from Lee Cronbach—but it’s not Cronbach’s Alpha.... Read More