The IACAT Newsletter provides announcements of important information and news in the field of adaptive testing.

2014 Post-Conference Survey

IACAT members:

As recently announced, the 2015 IACAT conference will be held at the University of Cambridge, 14-16 September.  Below is a link with a survey regarding the 2014 conference, in an effort to obtain input so we can improve the conference for next year.  Thank you to everyone who attended this year's conference, and we look forward to seeing you again next year!

Click here to take the survey

Save The Date - IACAT 2015

IACAT Members:

 

The dates and location of the 2015 IACAT Conference have been finalized!

 

Date: 14-16 September 2015 with 3-hour pre-conference workshops in the morning of the first day

Venue: Queens College, University of Cambridge

Theme: CAT in action – exploring new horizons.

 

More information will be released when it is available, including a timeline for presentation proposals.

 

We look forward to seeing you in Cambridge next year!

  

Full agenda for 2014 IACAT conference posted

Interested in adaptive testing?  Attend the 2014 IACAT conference, October 8-10 in Princeton, NJ, USA!  A full program has recently been posted; click here to see the cutting edge research and thought-provoking keynote speakers.  You can also register for the conference online.

IACAT Conference Program To Be Released Soon!

This is a reminder that the The 2014 Computerized Adaptive Testing Summit will be hosted by Educational Testing Service in Princeton, NJ from Wednesday 8 October through Friday 10 October 2014. Details of our international keynote speakers, various pre-conference workshops, accommodations, and a draft the program are available at IACAT.org/conference.

Latest Article Published in the Journal of Computerized Adaptive Testing

The volume 2 Number 3 issue of JCAT was published at the end of Octpber 2014,  The article is titled Detecting Item Preknowledge in Computerized Adaptive Testing Using Information Theory and Combinatorial Optimization and was written by Dmitry Belov of the Law School Admission Council. Full text of the article is freely available at http://www.iacat.org/jcat/index.php/jcat/article/view/36/18

2014 IACAT Election Results

The IACAT Board is pleased to announce the results of the Election held in June 2014.  The new Secretary is Duanli Yan from Educational Testing Service (ETS).  The North America representative is Alan Mead from Illinois Institute of Technology.  Congratulations to Duanli and Alan!

2014 IACAT Board Elections

Elections for open positions on the IACAT Board are being held this June.  There are three positions up for re-election: Treasurer, Secretary, and North America representative.  A call for nominations sent out in May received only one nomination for Treasurer, two for Secretary, and two for North America representative.  Brief bios for the candidates up for election are below; because there is only one candidate for Treasurer, no election is necessary.

Attend the 2014 IACAT Summit in Princeton!

The 2014 Computerized Adaptive Testing Summit: Facing and Solving Educational and Psychological Measurement Challenges in the 21st Century

 

 

Hyatt Regency Hotel • Princeton, N.J., USA • October 8–10, 2014

IACAT 2014 Call for Board Nominations

Apologies for the recent call for nominations that mentioned Vice President - it is NOT open for election this year, but the other three positions are.
 

Call for Nominations

The IACAT board would like to receive nominations for new board members. Three member positions are open for election.  Current and past board members may run for another term if elected.
 
Current Board
Past President: G. Gage Kingsbury
President: Lawrence M. Rudner

Call For Proposals: 2014 IACAT Conference

The 2014 Computerized Adaptive Testing Summit: Facing and Solving Educational and Psychological Measurement Challenges in the 21st Century

Hyatt Regency Hotel ▪ Princeton, N.J., USA ▪ October 8–10, 2014

 

Call for Proposals

 

About the 2014 IACAT Summit

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