Posted by Julie Delazyn
With increasing regulatory requirements, compliance is becoming more and more of a priority for many organizations.
Without regular testing, how do you know what your employees know? And in the case of an audit or an emergency, is it good enough to have had the participant sign off saying that they’ve attended training and understand the content? Most organizations today see online assessments as a critical part of their compliance programs.
Download your complimentary copy of the eBook: Using Assessments for Regulatory Compliance to learn about the most useful applications of assessments in a compliance program and best practice recommendations for using them.
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 what they’re intended to, you need to examine participant responses to each item. You can use this information to improve test items and identify unfair or biased items.
So what’s the process for conducting an item analysis? What should you be looking for? How do you determine if a question is “good enough”?
Questionmark has just published a new eBook “Item Analysis Analytics,” which answers these questions. The eBook shares many examples of varying statistics that you may come across in your own analyses.
Download this eBook to learn about these aspects of analytics:
- the basics of classical test theory and item analysis
- the process of conducting an item analysis
- essential things to look for in a typical item analysis report
- whether a question “makes the grade” in terms of psychometric quality
This eBook is available as a PDF and ePUB suitable for viewing on a variety of mobile devices and eReaders.
I hope you enjoy reading it!