Submitted by Nate Thompson on Thu, 12/10/2020 - 19:17
We invite submissions for the 8th Conference of the International Association for Computerized Adaptive Testing (IACAT), which will be held on October 10-12 in Frankfurt, Germany. Proposals will be accepted until April 30, 2021.
Submitted by Nate Thompson on Fri, 08/21/2020 - 13:32
We are delighted to announce that the 8th Conference of the International Association for Computerized Adaptive Testing (IACAT) will be hosted by the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany from Sunday, the 10th of October to Tuesday, the 12th of October, 2021.
Submitted by Nate Thompson on Wed, 05/08/2019 - 09:39
A draft of the IACAT program has been released! You can download it at http://iacat.org/2019-program. The agenda is filled with interesting presentations, from deep methodologicial research on complex topics to practical applications of CAT in real-world assessments. The underpinning theme is the use of CAT and and other AI/ML to solving measurement problems that are rising in the modern face of assessment.
Submitted by Nate Thompson on Tue, 04/30/2019 - 00:20
2019 Election of Vice President
IACAT is currently accepting nominations for Vice President. This is a 2 Year term, who then becomes President (2 Year term), and past president (2 Year term). This is therefore a 6 year committment, and is an extremely important leadership position. The incoming President serves as the primary organizer of the conference agenda and oversees other important endeavors of IACAT. Because of this, the role is historically filled by a leading researcher in the field of adaptive testing.
Submitted by Nate Thompson on Wed, 03/13/2019 - 10:55
Keynote Talks Announced for IACAT 2019
IACAT is pleased to announce the Keynote speakers for this year's conference! This provides an unmatched opportunity to hear insights from thought leaders in the field of technology-enhanced assessment, especially the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in applications such as computerized adaptive testing and item response theory.