An Examination of the Equivalence between Non-Adaptive Computer-based and Traditional Testing
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331
Discussion of adapting traditional paper and pencil tests to electronic formats focuses on a study of undergraduates that examined the equivalence between computer-based and traditional tests when the computer testing provided opportunities comparable to paper testing conditions. Results showed no difference between scores from the two test types. (Author/LRW)
Mason, B.J., Patry, M. & Berstein, D.J. (2001). An Examination of the Equivalence between Non-Adaptive Computer-based and Traditional Testing. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 24(1), 29-39.
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John Coffey, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, United States
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