While your test security program is primarily composed of tactical elements, it requires a strategy to guide it. However, I have seen that most
When I was in high school I took a job interest survey, supposedly to find out the kinds of careers that I would find interesting. That survey
As you may remember, last week I blogged about how the field of test security was growing up. I discussed how the need to share best practices in
It wasn’t that long ago that the first Test Security Summit was held in conjunction with the annual ATP conference. Many testing program
(Or When to Abandon Ship) “I know that other programs like ours have had major security breaches, but there is simply no budget for increased
Valentine’s Day is today, so I thought it would be a good time to talk about love. Actually I want to talk about cheating. We’ve all been there:
The Swiss Army Knife is an amazing object. Packed within a compact design, you might find scissors, pliers, files, magnifying glasses, watches,
After much experience in the testing industry, I have come to believe that we have embraced some false conceptions with respect to the concepts
This year's Association of Test Publishers Annual Conference, Innovations in Testing, is going to be the best yet, and Caveon will be there.
I know, it sounds like a bad word; even worse, a strange disease. Actually it’s word I made up to describe idioms for successful test development
Here is the next installment of Caveon Security Minute – Tip #6 – Know Where to Search. Enjoy!
Here it is…tip #5 in the Caveon Security Minute Series. Sit back and enjoy this helpful tip from Caveon's Skyler Weisenburger.
[Author’s Note: I am going to use this blog to tell you a personal story about a foolish and dangerous mistake that I made. Then I will relate
We’re all familiar with the classic ways to cheat on tests. Whether it’s by writing the answers on palms or making a secret code with
Not yet? You can't afford to be without this resource. Order it today! March 15, 2013 Caveon Announces the Upcoming Release of the Handbook
The 1992 presidential campaign slogan of William Jefferson Clinton was “It’s the Economy Stupid!” This slogan captured the
Here is your Caveon Security Minute Tip of the Week. Enjoy!
It was a busy year at Caveon, and not only close to home! Several Caveon-ites took to the skies to share our belief in quality testing and
In my opinion, this is a great example of securely administering online exams internationally, even in high-risk countries. I’m very familiar
Here isTip #4 in which Skyler provides more information about what to do if you find your intellectual property online, and how to request
This may come as a surprise, but education administrators, school board members, teachers and parents looking for a commitment to excellence in
Here it is…tip #3 in our Caveon Security Minute series.
As was the ritual in the Reese house, Susanna and Declan Reese always put their 5-year-old daughter, Hannah, to bed with a bedtime story. As
[Blog writer’s note – I wrote this on my 74th birthday, based on 51 years (and still counting) in the testing profession and industry, reflecting
Academic integrity is the backbone of any institution and violations are often met with zero tolerance. Such was the case at Harvard where last
Reliability and validity are the two pillars which support the psychometric standards of testing. Measurement specialists take these two
Written by Skyler Weisenburger, Account Coordinator, Caveon Test Security Over the past year, I have rediscovered a passion for woodworking that
Here's tip #2 in the new Caveon Security Minute video series! Caveon's Skyler Weisenburger shares why it's important to
October 1, 2013 We are happy to announce the launch of our weekly video series, Caveon Security Minute! In this series, we will provide short,
Perhaps you have recently had a test security breach or narrowly avoided one. Alternatively, you have read or heard something about other