Since the mid-80s several laboratories around the world have been
developing techniques for the operational use of tests derived from
item-generation. According to the experts, the major thrust of test
development in the next decade will be the harnessing of item
generation technology to the production of computer developed
tests. This is expected to revolutionize the way in which tests are
constructed and delivered. This book is a compilation of the papers
presented at a symposium held at ETS in Princeton, attended by the
world's foremost experts in item-generation theory and practice.
Its goal is to present the major applications of cognitive
principles in the construction of ability, aptitude, and
achievement tests. It is an intellectual contribution to test
development that is unique, with great potential for changing the
ways tests are generated. The intended market includes professional
educators and psychologists interested in test generation.
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