Six tips to increase reliability in competence tests and exams

Posted by John Kleeman Reliability (how consistent an assessment is in measuring something) is a vital criterion on which to judge a test, exam or […]

Usability, Performance, And Data: How To Ensure LMS Excellence For Years To Come

The modern LMS experience is a three-legged stool, where its strategic use gets compromised if any of the three legs is not up to par. […]

Why Do Teachers Hate Wikipedia?

So many times when students are doing research, they have a hard time finding sources with relevant information that are not Wikipedia. When I ask […]

The Necessity to Enhance Situational Awareness in the Bulk Electric Supply System

Situational Awareness is having all the necessary data about the key elements within a system to respond appropriately and predict the consequences of actions. A […]

7 actionable steps for making your assessments more trustable

Posted by John Kleeman Questionmark has recently published a white paper on trustable assessment,  and we blog about this topic frequently. See Reliability and validity […]

Is There Value in Reporting Subscores?

Posted by Austin Fossey The decision to report subscores (reported as Topic Scores in Questionmark’s software) can be a difficult one, and test developers often need […]

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