Getting Results -- The Questionmark Blog

We believe in promoting best practices in assessment and enjoy lively dialog about the important role assessments play in measuring learning and improving performance. Here you will find news about learning events, products, and trends in learning and assessment. We will also post technical pointers, case studies and advice about effective item writing, secure delivery, reporting, analyzing results and other essentials. The blog includes links to learning resources including white papers and podcast interviews with assessment professionals and experts on best practices.

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Posts by Getting Results -- The Questionmark Blog

Do privacy laws mean you have to delete a test result if a test-taker asks you to?

Posted by John Kleeman We have all heard about the “right to be forgotten”, which allows individuals to ask search engines or other organizations to […]

NEW: Listen Now to “Unlocking the Potential of Assessments” Podcast

Posted by Kristin Bernor Welcome to Questionmark’s new podcast series, “Unlocking the Potential of Assessments.” This monthly series delves into creating, delivering and reporting on […]

10 Reasons Why Frequent Testing Makes Sense

Posted by John Kleeman It matters to society, organizations and individuals that test results are trustable. Tests and exams are used to make important decisions about […]

Questionmark Achieves U.S. Government FedRAMP Authorization

Posted by John Kleeman I’m pleased today to be able to share some exciting news. For four years, we have been working hard to make […]

5 Things I Learned at the European Association of Test Publishers Conference Last Week

Posted by John Kleeman I just attended the Association of Test Publisher’s European conference (EATP), held last week in Madrid, and wanted to share some […]

xAPI: A Way to Enable Learning Analytics

Posted by John Kleeman Many organizations train and test individuals to ensure they have the right skills and competencies. In doing so, they amass vast […]

Workplace Exams 101: How to Prevent Cheating

Posted by John Kleeman A hot topic in the assessment world today is cheating and what to do to prevent it. Many organizations test their […]

Ten Key Considerations for Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams

Posted by John Kleeman In my previous post, Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams, I described the concepts of Defensibility and Legal Certainty for […]

Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams

Posted by John Kleeman Questionmark has just published a new best practice guide on Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams. Download the guide HERE. […]

FAQ – “Testing Out” of Training

Posted by Kristin Bernor Let’s explore what it means to “test out”, what the business benefits include and how Questionmark enables you to do this […]

How many errors can you spot in this survey question?

Posted by John Kleeman Tests and surveys are very different. In a test, you look to measure participant knowledge or skill; you know what answer […]

Beyond Recall : Taking Competency Assessments to the Next Level

Posted by John Kleeman I’d like to share details about a webinar we are running next Tuesday, April 30th  on how to improve your assessments. You […]

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