Six tips to increase content validity in competence tests and exams

Posted by John Kleeman Content validity is one of the most important criteria on which to judge a test, exam or quiz. This blog post […]

Internet assessment software pioneer Paul Roberts to retire

Posted by John Kleeman We think of the Internet as being very young, but one of the pioneers in using the Internet for assessments is […]

Seven tips to recruit and manage SMEs for technology certification exams

Posted by John Kleeman How do you keep a certification exam up to date when the technology it is assessing is changing rapidly? Certifications in […]

Get ready for structured authoring

It’s only been five years since International Data Corporation reported that our world, to date, had created a total of 1.8 zettabytes (1.8 trillion GB) […]

eXact learning solutions adds a new authoring feature to its LCMS

In September’s new release of its learning content management system (LCMS), global learning company, eXact learning solutions, is expanding users’ authoring options.   In particular, […]

How to Write Compelling eLearning Content

Teachers require great communication skills (listening, speaking, writing, and reading) to transmit knowledge effectively and motivate students to learn. Online teachers are no different. Though […]

How to Transform a PDF into an eLearning Course

Have you ever created comprehensive training that was well received by the target audience? Congratulations on your success! Let’s not stop there. It’s time to […]

6 Steps to Authoring Trustworthy Assessments

Posted by April Barnum I recently met with customers and the topic of authoring trustworthy assessments and getting back trustable results was a top concern. […]

Develop Better Tests with Item Analysis [New eBook]

Posted by Chloe Mendonca Item Analysis is probably the most important tool for increasing test effectiveness.  In order to write items that accurately and reliably measure […]

7 Strategies to Shrink Satisficing & Improve Survey Results

My previous post Satisficing: Why it might as well be a four-letter word explained that satisficing on a survey is when someone answers survey questions […]

Online Proctoring: FAQs

Posted by John Kleeman Online proctoring was a hot-button topic at Questionmark’s annual Users Conference. And though we’ve discussed the pros and cons in this […]

Top 5 Reasons to Teach via

As a human, you’ve got the capability to teach others skills, talents, or knowledge you know intimately. Maybe that’s teaching someone JavaScript. Maybe that’s teaching […]