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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What is the return on investment for new selection methods?

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by Paula Baciu MA MBPsS, Assessment Content Manager How do you know that your investment in selection methods/assessment is worth the […]

Understanding person-organization fit

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by Kristin Bernor, Head of External Relations What is person-organization fit? Person-organization (P-O) fit theory refers to how aligned a person’s […]

What is predictive validity?

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder Predictive validity is how well a test score can predict scores in other metrics. The concept features […]

Candidate sourcing explained

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder What is candidate sourcing? Candidate sourcing is the process of finding suitable candidates for current or future […]

Ten benefits of an item bank for building assessments

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder Why you do need an assessment management system like Questionmark? Why can’t you just use a learning […]

Public Examinations Examined: Book Review

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director Almost every country in the world uses public examinations in its education and admissions […]

Five things I learned from the ATP conference last week

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director The Association of Test Publishers (ATP) held its annual Innovations in Testing conference (virtually) […]

Security standards for vendors, which is best: ISO 27001 vs SOC 2 vs FedRAMP

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Executive Director and Founder Any organization can claim to be secure. But how can a purchaser determine whether […]

Nine interesting findings from the ITCC Value of Certification White Paper

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by Kristin Bernor, Head of External Relations It’s time to share with you all a real treasure that has recently been […]

Data literacy: How to support a data-driven culture

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by Paula Baciu, Assessment Content Manager In a world where many businesses are changing course or sinking because of the uncertainty […]

D&I: six ways that assessments build diverse teams

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by Paula Baciu, Assessment Content Manager A diverse team is a winning team.  Building a truly diverse and inclusive workforce brings […]

How do you know your employees are secure?

jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); Posted by Sonata Ožemblauskaitė, Group Security and Compliance Manager Over 20 billion data records were leaked in 2020 across 1,120 data breaches and cyber-attacks. […]

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