IACAT 2019 Conference Program

We are currently accepting proposals for research presentations, as well as symposia (coordinated sessions).  If you are interested, please Submit a Proposal.  Curious what sort of research is presented at IACAT?  Down below is a list of presentations accepted so far.

Since we are still in the early stages of accepting proposals, the official program has not been established.  However, a schedule-at-a-glance is below, to help you start planning your trip!

 

Monday, 10 June

AM: Workshops (these are optional - see the Workshops page for more info)

PM: Welcome Keynote and breakout sessions

Evening: Welcome reception and Networking River Cruise on an authentic Mississippi Paddlewheeler ($35)

 

Tuesday, 11 June

AM: Keynote and Sessions

PM: Keynote and Sessions

Evening: Excursion to Minneapolis Sculpture Garden (free)

 

Wednesday, 12 June

AM: Keynote and Sessions

PM: Keynote and Sessions

Evening: Conference Dinner and Excursion to Weisman Art Museum (free)

 

Thursday, 13 June

AM: Keynote and Sessions

PM: Catch your flight, or see more of the Twin Cities! (ideas here)

 

 

Currently Accepted Presentations

Wondering what sort of research is presented at IACAT?  Because of the rolling admissions, we have granted early acceptance to a number of presentations.  Here's what is currently scheduled.

 

Symposia

Digital Adaptive Learning and Assessment Systems
Converting from Paper-and-Pencil to CAT: Developing CAT Designs to Meet Required Constraints
Identifying Rushing in the i-Ready Diagnostic Computerized Adaptive Test

 

Paper Presentations

Getting Started with CAT: Transforming an Existing Linear Exam
A Framework for Measuring the Amount of Adaptation of Rasch-based CATs
Is Your Item Pool Ready for the Demands of CAT?
A Deep Feedforward Network based Semi-Supervised Learning Method to Improve the Performance of Diagnostic Classification
Selecting off-grade items appropriately in a vertically-scaled adaptive test
Investigating Item Parameter Drift As a Problem of Ability Parameter Drift in CAT
A Deep Feedforward Network based Semi-Supervised Learning Method to Improve the Performance of Diagnostic Classification
An Investigation of Item Selection Criteria for Passage-based Items
Estimation of Students Ability in Constructed-Response Mathematics Test Items of Public Examinig Bodies using Test Theory Models
Psychometric evaluation of computerized adaptive tests to assess quality of life in people with diabetic retinopathy
Modeling Student’s Response Time in a Severely Constrained Online Adaptive Testing Setting
Enhancing Effectiveness of CAT Simulation with the Shadow-Test Approach in RSCAT
MYMAP: A Graph Theory Approach to Modelling Attribute Mastery
Evaluation of a Computerized Adaptive Testing System for the Impact of Vision Impairment Questionnaire (IVI-CAT)
A Comparison of Three Approaches That Permit Answer Review and Revision in Computerized Adaptive Testing
Validity Evidence from a Formative CAT Educational Mathematics Assessment
Interval Validation Method: Achievement Level Setting Based on Large Item Pools Used in Computerized Adaptive Testing
A tree-based algorithm for test blueprint creation