New Guidelines for Technology-Based Assessment Open for Public Commentary Until May 15.

The Association of Test Publishers and the International Test Commission have collaborated to develop Guidelines for Technology-Based Assessment to promote best practices and ensure fair and valid assessment in a digital environment. These Guidelines are now in draft form and are available for public comment through May 15, 2022.  
The draft Guidelines are the product of a multiyear effort that involved dozens of invited authors, ad hoc technical reviewers, and extensive review by ten advisory groups representing practice areas and regions of the world. The Guidelines aim to address many of the fundamental aspects to testing necessary for reliable, valid, and fair assessment.
The draft Guidelines can be found here Draft TBA Guidelinesor on the ITC web site.  Public comments on the Guidelines can be submitted using this link:  Guidelines commenting site.  


Questions? Contact: John Weiner, Co-Chair for the Association of Test Publishers or Stephen Sireci, Co-Chair for the International Test Commission