Table of contents for Online assessments and measurement : foundations and challenges / Mary Hricko and Scott L. Howell, editors.

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Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
Section 1 - Understanding Online Assessment and Measurement
Chapter 1 - A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Online Assessment and Measurement
Jeanette Bartley - University of Technology, Jamaica
Chapter 2 - Defining Online assessments for the Adult Learning Market
Betty Bergstrom, Jim Fryer, Joel Norris - Promissor
Chapter 3 - Definitions, Uses, and Benefits of Standards
Eric Shepherd - Questionmark Corporation
Section 2 - Best Practices in Designing Online Assessment
Chapter 4 - Ten Key Qualities of Assessment Online
Chris Morgan and Meg O'Reilly - Southern Cross University - Australia
Chapter 5 - Factors to Consider in the Design of Inclusive Online Assessments
Sandra J. Thompson, Rachel F. Quenemoen, Martha L. Thurlow -
National Center on Educational Outcomes - University of Minnesota
Chapter 6 - Best Practices in the Assessment of Online Discussions
Katrina Meyer - The University of Memphis
Section 3 - Challenges in Online Assessment and Measurement
Chapter 7 - Challenges in the Design, Development, and Delivery of Online Assessment and Evaluation
Clark Hickman, Cheryl Bielema - University of Missouri - St. Louis and Margaret Gunderson - University of Missouri-Columbia
Chapter 8 - Creating a Unified System of Assessment
Richard Schuttler and Jake Burdick - University of Phoenix
Chapter 9 - Legal Implications of Online Assessment
Bryan Bradley - Brigham Young University
Chapter 10 - Legal Implications of Online Assessment
Robert R. Hunt - Caveon Test Security
Chapter 11 - Accessibility of Computer-based Testing for Individuals with Disabilities and English Language Learners Within a Validity Framework
Eric G. Hansen - ETS and Robert J. Mislevy - University of Maryland
Section 4 - Security, Authentication, and Support
Chapter 12 - Delivering Computerized Assessments Safely and Securely
Eric Shepherd, John Kleeman, and Joan Phaup - Questionmark Corporation
Chapter 13 - Securing and Proctoring Online Assessments
Jamie Mulkey and John Fremer - Caveon Test Security
Chapter 14 - Securing and Proctoring Online Tests
Bernadette Howlett and Beverly Hewett - Idaho State University
Chapter 15 - Supporting and Facilitating Academic Integrity in Distance Education Through Student Services
Brian Fox - Sante Fe Community College
Chapter 16 - User Authentication and Academic Integrity in Online Assessment
Boris Viliv, Marie Cini - Duquesne University

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Computer-assisted instruction -- Evaluation.
Educational tests and measurements -- Data processing.
Distance education -- Evaluation.