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Protecting your exam content should be a top priority when it comes to online testing. Exam security is an ever-changing and complex topic, and the continuous advancement in this space can make it hard to keep up. Join Cory Clark as he discusses new processes, techniques and services offered in exam security to help safeguard your exams.
Putting together a comprehensive request for proposal in the online testing market is a daunting task. With hundreds of questions to be answered, how can you be sure you are asking the important questions? Judy Cornelius provides us with insight into how to craft a thorough, comprehensive, and beneficial online testing RFP for your business.
Testing accommodations in theory are not always so simple in practice. When it comes to online proctored exams, a lot goes into ensuring a smooth experience for test-takers who require accommodations. Dr. Ashley Norris tackles the very practical considerations when putting testing accommodations guidelines into practice for online proctored exams.
Exam delivery interrupters are not only inconvenient, but more common than you may think and have the potential to negatively impact your program. Ensuring that your business has a contingency plan in place will help in the instance of a worst-case scenario. In this webinar, Gabriell Darby will shed some light on what we have learned over the pandemic and provide you with best practices on how to plan and respond in a worst-case scenario.
Much like building a house, a blueprint is a fundamental document that supports the integrity and validity of the assessment process. More importantly, a publicly available blueprint is an important element of ensuring fairness for candidates. The development of a valid blueprint involves a true collaboration among industry stakeholders, quantitative analyses and research into assessment best practices. Dr. Chris Beauchamp discusses how these best practices have evolved over the past several years and how to build a blueprint that will set up your assessment program for success.
Professional entry-to-practice examinations serve an important gatekeeping and public-protection role in our society. The outcome of such an exam can be life-changing, both for the candidates who take the exam and for the people who will ultimately be served by those candidates (e.g., a nursing candidate and their future patients). In this webinar, Dr. Scott Cassidy will take us “behind the scenes” and explore the science and statistics of examination standard setting.
Online testing is more convenient for test-takers than traditional brick-and-mortar testing methods. For individuals with disabilities, however, an inflexible online testing interface can create seemingly insurmountable challenges. During this webinar, Meazure Learning’s Lead User Experience Architect Evan Travers will share the accessibility barriers he’s problem solved throughout his career to create a seamless and convenient testing experience for every test-taker.
What is the true cost to your organization when you are faced with a cheating scandal? With the surge in online education due to COVID-19, it’s important to understand the value of your content and the risk associated when integrity is compromised, such as monetary cost and loss of reputation/perception. Join us as we discuss various examples and studies related to online exams, cheating, and repercussions.
What is the true cost to your organization when faced with cheating or content exposure? With the surge in online exam delivery due to COVID-19, it’s important to understand the value of your intellectual property and the risk posed when integrity is compromised. Join Dr. Ashley Norris as to discuss various examples and studies related to online exams, cheating and the repercussions of an exam security breach.Ashley Norris, PhD, Chief Compliance Officer at Meazure Learning
Ashley has spent the past 15 years in higher education as both a faculty member and administrator across major institutions, such as the University of Alabama, and has led thought leadership on ethics and integrity in education, continuing to spearhead those efforts for Meazure Learning’s key initiatives on academic integrity.
When it comes to translation and localization, perspective is everything. Over the past several decades, Meazure Learning has translated hundreds of examinations and documents into multiple languages. Most languages have multiple dialects, and each has its own nuances and idiosyncrasies, so what may seem like a straightforward task, can be very complex. Aurélie Lecocq will lead a discussion around the challenges of assessment translation and how to move forward as an industry.