Webinar Registration – Numbers Don’t Lie: Using Statistics to Identify Possible Test Fraud – May 6th

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

11:00 AM EST (New York)
4:00 PM BST (London)
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This joint webinar by Questionmark and security specialist Caveon explains how it’s possible to use after-the-fact statistical analysis to identify anomalies that may be test fraud and how this can protect the validity of your test scores and the credibility of your test program. The webinar covers

  • Why test fraud impacts test validity
  • Some common ways test-takers gain unfair advantage
  • How statistics can identify anomalies
  • Some anonymized case studies
  • The Questionmark Forensic Analysis service

Presented by: John Kleeman, Questionmark and Ben Hunter, Dr. Sarah Toton, Caveon

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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

John Kleeman is the Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark. John has been heavily involved in assessment software development for over 20 years and has also participated in several standards initiatives: he was on the original team that created IMS QTI and was the instigator and chairman of the panel that produced the Standard BS 7988, which has now become ISO 23988.

Dr. Sarah L. Toton is a Psychometrician and Senior Data Forensics Scientist at Caveon, where she conducts a variety of data forensic analyses for a broad range of clients. Her current research focuses on detecting examinee pre-knowledge using item responses and response time data.

Benjamin Hunter is the VP of Sales for Caveon Test Security, where he works to match prospective clients with right-sized exam security strategies to assure the validity of their exam results. His background includes the development and implementation of an exam security program for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board, and leading the exam development and maintenance efforts for the national Mortgage Loan Originator licensing exam.