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 […]

3 Lessons I Learned Leading Startups That I Wish I Knew as a Principal

This post is written by my former co-worker and current husband, Keith Westman.  Follow him on Twitter at @keithwestman. Having worked in leadership roles in […]

6 Tips for trustworthy compliance assessments

Posted by Chloe Mendonca If you’re responsible for the development or management of compliance tests you have a heavy responsibility on your shoulders. It’s up […]

Top 5 benefits of permissions

Posted by Bart Hendrickx We went over role-based access control and its advantages in some of my earlier blog posts: Role-Based Permissions: A How-To Guide […]

How to use assessments for GDPR compliance

Posted by John Kleeman In about a year’s time, on 25 May 2018, a major new European law, the GDPR, comes into effect. It will […]

The Power of Open: Questionmark’s open assessment platform

Posted by Steve Lay In the beginning there was CVS, then there was SVN and now there’s Git.  What am I talking about?  These are […]

How online assessments (quizzes, tests and exams) can help information security awareness and compliance

Posted by John Kleeman With the rise of data security leakages, most professional organizations are seeking to significantly upscale their cybersecurity to better protect their […]

Want to enhance exam integrity? Need to ensure compliance? Then don’t miss these webinars!

Proxy testing … Cheating …. Content theft. Does the battle ever end? The techniques and technologies being used to compromise the integrity of your test […]

Keep on keepin’ on – the benefits of overlearning

Learning something new takes time, enthusiasm and, above all, practice. The more practice the better and that means repetition. We perfect our skills by repeating […]

Interleaved learning – the new spice of life

Interleaved learning. Many people aren’t familiar with the term, yet it is by no means a new development. It was first described as varied or […]

How to remember not to forget

We know that we all absorb knowledge in different ways, and at differing rates. We have individual methods that help us assess and filter information […]

How to manage compliance in a highly regulated world? [30-minute webinar]

Posted by Chloe Mendonca If your industry demands compliance, then your people need compliance training and certifications. Learning and training records are almost always reviewed […]

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