Caveon Leaders Present at Important Industry Conferences
SALT LAKE CITY, UT. Two conferences were held in the past few weeks, and Caveon’s executive team members presented at both important events.
The National Conference on Student Assessment (NCSA) was held in New Orleans from June 24-27. Caveon’s President of Consulting Services, John Fremer, presented two sessions – Preventing and Detecting Cheating in Statewide Assessments How Are We Doing and Whats Next? and <a href="https://ccsso.confex.com/ccsso/2014/webprogram/Session3808 strattera drug.html”>Balancing Test Security and Accessibility on Next Generation Online Assessments. Both sessions were very well attended.
At the 9th Annual Conference of the International Test Commission (ITC), held in San Sebastian, Spain, July 2-5, Caveon Vice President Steve Addicott presented a session entitled A Decade of Test Security: The Road Traveled and the Road Ahead. Caveon CEO David Foster served as the keynote speaker, and delivered sessions entitled Technology: Its Current and Future Effects on Testing, ITC Guidelines: Past, Present and Future, and Investigations of Possible Cheating on High Stakes Tests. He also chaired several sessions.
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