Actionable e-Assessments: Strategies for Open, Interoperable Online Assessments
Event Date: Wednesday, 22 February 2017
State and institutional leaders recognize the power of interoperable digital assessment as more effective and efficient when compared to paper-based assessment. Leading states, state consortia, and suppliers around the world are using IMS Global standards on a massive scale to enable high quality interoperable digital assessment, both summative and formative. These specifications, Question and Test Interoperability® (QTI®) and Accessible Portable Item Protocol® (APIP®) have been moving the assessment industry forward for many years. Hear from states and state consortia that have adopted strategies to take advantage of these open standards and community-specific profiles that result in improved access for all students, innovative content and systems that avoid vendor lock-in, and a focus on better teaching and learning outcomes. Learn about the current status of assessment related work and progress within the IMS Global assessment community.
Panelists: Cheryl Alcaya, Minnesota Department of Education; Dale Cornelius, Maryland State Department of Education; and Chloe Torres, PARCC
Facilitator: Mark McKell, IMS Global Learning Consortium
(duration: 1 hour 4 minutes)
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