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Unity partners with testing firm Pearson VUE to roll out Unity Certification tests globally

December 20th 2017

via "Unity has partnered with computer-based testing firm Pearson VUE to roll out its Unity Certification program worldwide. Developers can now take a test in one of 5,000 test centres in 180 countries around the globe. It will allow them to prove that they are capable of certain abilities within Unity, which can make them more attractive to potential employers. Unity has also added three new tests to its...

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International e-Assessment Awards programme open for entries

November 30th 2017

The Association launches the 2018 e-Assessment Awards!

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Slovenian experts laud novelties in Azerbaijan’s education system

October 2nd 2017

Azer News 29 September 2017. By Amina Nazarli Starting this year Azerbaijan's education system has moved to a new assessment method regarding the results of the nine-year education of students at secondary schools. The newly-developed national assessment method stipulates testing of knowledge through open-ended questions along with test exams. This March-April, 115,000 students have already participated in this examination, which differed from the previously used test system. To further improve the system and ensure experience exchange, the...

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ProctorExam and Assessment Systems Corporation Partner

September 27th 2017

Proctor Exam launched in 2014 to offer creative solutions to enhance assessment security, with 360-degree monitoring with users' smart devices and a full range of proctoring options, with their latest introduction, 'Proctoring Infrastructure as a Service'. Assessment Systems Corporation has been operating in the field of assessment and testing since 1979, providing both software for testing and psychometrics (with a focus on item response theory and computerised adaptive testing) and...

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Online system that delayed Mumbai university’s results may face axe

September 19th 2017

hindustan times. Sep 17 2017 The controversial On-Screen Marking (OSM) assessment method, which the Mumbai University adopted this year for checking answer sheets of students, may not be used for upcoming examinations, after it has led to chaos over the past six months and delayed results. In a series of meetings held between university staff, college principals and education experts, a broad consensus seems to have emerged to keep the...

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Teachers claim online tests fail students

August 24th 2017

The West Australian News. Tuesday, 22 August 2017 5:35PM The national teachers’ union has called on education ministers to abandon the rollout of online NAPLAN testing because of concerns it will disadvantage students with poor access to computers. Schools across the country have been taking part in trials of online literacy and numeracy tests this month, including 280 in WA. Australian Education Union Federal president Correna Haythorpe said many schools...

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