Item Analysis with ExamSoft
ExamSoft’s item analysis reports provides an easily digestible explanation of how your questions are performing, and how to help make them even stronger.
Strengthening Curriculum Relationships: Assessment of Student Competence
ExamSoft can help to provide greater consistency in evaluating overall student performance and provide more transparency in the curriculum as well as a greater alignment between courses.
Collecting Data’s Just a Start: Why You Need It in a Usable Format
Collecting data in your higher education program is just the start - here's why you need it in a usable format, and some of the practical ways you can use it.
Testing Security with ExamSoft
A secure, and fair testing environment is important piece of the assessment process. ExamSoft can help your educational program secure the testing environment with a locked down exam platform that wor
Longitudinal Evaluation of Questions
ExamSoft's assessment reporting capabilities allow the SFA School of Nursing to view exam question performance longitudinally, to understand how students are reacting to questions over time.
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Environmental Benefits of Computer-Based Testing
Computer-based testing is just one part of the larger equation, but it can make a big difference. If doing your part to keep a few more trees alive also saves money and time, what’s the downside?
How to Get Started: Planning, Goals, and Implementation of a New CBT/Assessment Model
Presented by Evan Sanders, Associate Director of Curriculum Services, Harvard Medical School/Program in Medical Education Using Harvard Medical School as a case study, Evan Sanders will discuss str
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Using Data to Improve Test Questions
Writing successful multiple-choice questions is difficult, but the process can be easier when making data-driven decisions. Here are some helpful tips for creating questions with ExamSoft.
Computer-Based Testing & Assessment Platform Helps Tufts University PA Program
The PA Program at Tufts University School of Medicine commenced in January 2013. Part of the implementation of the program included the introduction of computer-based testing utilizing ExamSoft.
Comparing Objective and Subjective Assessments
The Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine strives to compare students' performance with both objective and subjective assessments through ExamSoft.
St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy - ExamSoft and student learning
Dr. Jennifer Mathews, from the St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy, speaks on how her program uses ExamSoft for formative assessment, and how they're tracking student learning longitudi
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Multiple Grader Rubrics for Practical Examination
To prepare students to become competent practitioners in the field when they graduate, we need to know if students can apply their knowledge and perform certain tasks in a practical setting.
Using Psychometrics to Your Benefit
Is your education program using psychometrics to your benefit? Download this white paper from ExamSoft explaining what psychometrics are and how to make sure your exams and questions are valid.
Everybody In: Aligning Faculty and Administrators to New Assessment Practices
In this webinar, Dr. Jennifer Matthews and Dr. Jane Souza, will discuss hurdles they have had to overcome and how they have managed to cultivate the culture of assessment.
Revisiting the Student Advising Session
Everyone has moved to data-driven decision making and feedback on performance, which is much needed in higher education. Tools like this seem to be critical for making this happen.
Utilizing Assessment Data to Influence Curricular Decision-Making
Dan Thompson, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, discusses the use of data analysis in reporting to influence curricular development and decision-making.