Responsive web design, using HTML and CSS, delivers exam content to any device, of any size, on any platform.
In part three of this exam security series, the author provides practical advice to combat and prevent evolving methods of cheating.
Certification programs must stay up-to-date with the latest revisions to the NCCA Standards for certification.
A deep dive into the challenges commonly faced during the re-accreditation process and how an organized approach to quality improvement can mitigate them.
The separation of programs avoids conflicts of interest and maintains the integrity of the exam, but organizations can offer both and still be in compliance with accreditation requirements.
Any organization that is marketing or communicating something should be using customer data to improve their marketing efforts.
In today’s competitive environment, people want to be assured that they are getting real value for their investment of time and money.
This article continues the discussion started in the previous installment, evaluating the way that data gathered from observations can be used to strengthen test security.
Striving for a scalable security solution allows an organization to efficiently meet its complex business needs without redundancy and careless risk.
Five primary sources of data help us measure the effects of test security weaknesses, threats and vulnerabilities. This article focuses on one: data gathered from exam administrations.