Credentialing organizations have an obligation to offer exams that meet the needs of persons with disabilities. Failing to meet such an obligation can cause legal issues, but providing the wrong accommodations can undermine the integrity and validity of exam results. How do you walk this fine line?
This year’s ICE Exchange, held in Austin, Texas, from Nov. 6-9, was the most highly attended in ICE history. Session rooms were held with captive attention, while in between, hallways were buzzing with conversation and the exchange of ideas.
In December 2017, ICE publicly announced its intention to revise the ICE 1100 Standard for Assessment-Based Certificate Programs, and the community is invited to participate in public review. Learn more about the process, the state of revisions to date and how you can participate.
When people want to take action but have difficulty following through, behavioral design tools called “nudges” can help. Learn how you can use nudges in assessment to support examinees, subject-matter experts and other stakeholders in taking actions they already want to do.
When was the last time you checked in on the security of your organization’s exams? As technology evolves, so do tactics of those trying to thwart efforts to keep tests and intellectual property as secure as possible.
Setting up a new high-quality certification program takes time, resources and a considerable amount of planning. This article will provide a roadmap of recommended steps organizations may wish to consider during strategic planning of a new certification program.
Data forensics can be a valuable tool to help identify test security breaches and irregular testing behavior, and it can be used to trigger a test-security investigation. In this article, we look at a few methods that can be used to help detect such instances of cheating.
The popularity of stackable credentials offer promise toward closing the skills gap that many U.S. companies seem to face. However, there are differing definitions of what stackable credentials are. This article attempts to clarify and dispel some of the myths according to widely-recognized sources.
Blockchain is being implemented in the credentialing space for things like digital badging and learning community management systems. This article provides a basic understanding of this emerging technology and its potential applications for security in credentialing practices.
When it comes to gaining insight into the health of your programs or identifying areas of improvement, few approaches are better than a data-based analysis. Learn how ICE’s new interactive tool, the Business of Certification Benchmarks, can help achieve this and why your participation is critical.