SEPTEMBER 6-8, 2017 | MADISON, WISCONSIN
The 2017 Conference on Test Security offers a unique opportunity for experts across the industry to focus on test security capabilities and enhancements that protect the validity of test results and brand integrity.
The 2017 Conference on Test Security is seeking proposals which help to illuminate important considerations relating to any component of test security, including:
Best Practices and Foundational Test Security Principles
Conducting Security Investigations
Intellectual Property Protection
Legal / Legislative Considerations & Developments
Media and Public Relations
Methods to Detect Cheating on Tests
Privacy Considerations in Test Security
Secure Test Administration Practices
Technology Use for Test Security
Test Design for Test Security
Testing Across Borders
Visualization of Cheating Data and Improving Communication of Security Analyses
The basic framework for the 2017 conference will accommodate numerous 60 and 90 minute sessions, dependent upon the unique requirements of a presentation’s content and format. Individuals submitting proposals will be asked to indicate a preferred format and length for the session. Accepted presentations may be re-assigned to a different format at the discretion of the Program Committee.
Proposal will be assigned to a 60- or 90-minute session with 3-5 presentations on related topics. Each presentation in the session will be 15-20 minutes long.
Proposal includes 3-5 separate research presentations, all focused on a common theme. If it is important to the coordination of material, one of the presentations may consist of a discussion, analysis, and contextualization of the other sessions. All symposia will occupy either a 60- or 90-minute time slot.
Proposal includes 2-5 individuals (preferably involving multiple organizations), discussing different aspects of a common theme with each other and the audience. All panel presentations will occupy either a 60- or 90-minute time slot.
Proposal will be assigned to a 60-minute session, each of which will include multiple posters on various topics. Each presenter will prepare a poster to fit on a 4’ x 6’ poster board. Poster presentations are informal and involve one-on-one interactions with many attendees.
Proposal will be assigned to a 60- or 90-minute session. This format is appropriate when extended time is needed to demonstrate a technique or method related to a core aspect of test security.
Proposal will be assigned to a 1½-hour or 3½-hour session. This format is appropriate for diving deeply into specific topics or key security resources, and providing attendees with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and collaborate with presenters and other attendees.
Proposal will be assigned to a 60- or 90-minute session. The purpose of this session is to promote networking and invite audience engagement around an important test security topic. Session format begins with a short, informal presentation to frame a conversation, followed by a free-flowing dialogue among audience members.
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