The Buros Center for Testing Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 9-10, 2010
02 Apr 2010
Entitled, "Monitoring Assessment Quality in the Age of Accountability," this conference celebrates over 70 years since the initial publication of the Mental Measurements Yearbook series and over 30 years since establishment of the Buros Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The conference will be held in the Champions Club on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus.
Registration is FREE to CEHS faculty members and includes two continental breakfasts and two luncheons. Continuing education credits are available from the American Psychological Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The conference features presentations from distinguished professionals and scholars in the field including: Chad Buckendahl, Jane Close Conoley, Terry Gutkin, James Impara, Barbara Plake, Cecil Reynolds, and Robert M. Thorndike.Topics include:
Assessing the Validity of Test Scores
The Impact of Testing Standards
Strategies for Evaluating Educational Assessments
Psychological Testing: Looking Forward and Back to the Future
Assessment in the Service of Clinical Practice: Where Do We Go From Here?
History of the Buros Institute
Future Trends in Testing
The formal schedule is available online. CEHS faculty wanting free registration, please email Virginia Uzendoski and include your name, email address, and phone number.
If you have additional questions, please contact Rasma Strautkalns at (402) 472-6203 or by email.
College of Education and Human Sciences