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FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2

19:00 – 20:30 OPENING RECEPTION

THURSDAY, JUNE 3

07:30 - 08:00 Registration open
08:00 - 09:00 Meet, Greet and Chat
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome and opening
09:15 - 10:00 K1: Opening KEYNOTE: Jochen den Ouden ▽

Hack Complete. Exams for Sale!
What We Can Learn From Internet Criminals, Hackers and the Dark Web.


10:00 - 10:15 Coffee break with sponsors/exhibitors
10:15 - 11:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

A1: UNIVERSITY of ANKARA (TR)
Mr. Ebru Balta, Mr. Arzu çar and Mr. Celal Deha Doğan

Using Response Time to Detect Cheating
Detecting Performance of lt Person Fit Index Based on the Response Time Model. More info [link]


A2: MonitorEdu (US) + ProctorExam (NL)
Mr. Don Kassner and Mr. Daniel Haven

Live remote invigilators vs the “auto-proctor”
The evidence shows live remote invigilation is more valid


A3: Price Waterhouse Coopers (NL)
Mr. Youssef Fouad

Coming soon


A4: INVITED SPEAKER
CBR – Mr. Maarten Lastdrager

Testing with ATA
Constructing parallel test versions and increasing reliability with automated test assembly.


11:15 - 12:15 Plenary debate - College tour style ▽

Mr. Jochen den Ouden and Mr. Wim van der Linden + GUEST SPEAKER
Organised Crime in Exam Fraud: How innovative is our response to this?

Hosted by Cor Sluijter (Cito)


Lunch with sponsors/exhibitors
13:30 - 14:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

B1: PROMETRIC (UK)
Roger Meade and Jerry Young
Improving Test Security with Technology
Law Enforcement Detection Devices & Their Practical Application for Exam Security


B2: QUESTIONMARK (UK) and
Association of Test Publishers (US)
John Kleeman and Alan Thiemann
Balancing Privacy and Security
Privacy update from the Association of Test
Publishers Privacy Subcommittee.


B3: PSI ONLINE (UK and US)
Alistair Fryer-Bovill, John Weiner and
Adam Freeman
Security in high-stakes testing
The big Picture – from test design to data
forensics.


B4: INVITED SPEAKER ETS – Sandip Sinharay
Bayesian Detection of Test Fraud.
Using Bayes Factors and Posterior
Probabilities to Detect Test Cheaters


14:30 – 15:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

C1: BRIGHT NATION Limited (HK)
Frederic Jumelle, Chi Chiu So and Rajesh
Misra
SKOR User Authentication Mechanism
Secure tool for Attribute-based Profiling
and Identity Management


C2: CORNERSTONE (US) + Kennisnet (NL)
Rachel W. Schoenig, Christopher Watkins
and Eric Welp
Why go it Alone?
Working together to strengthen the testing
ecosystem.


C3: EXPLAIN (NL)
Aranka Bijl and Sebastiaan de Klerk
Detecting Item Preknowledge
Using the Likelihood Ratio Test Statistic
Preknowledge detected


C4: INVITED SPEAKER
UNI UTRECHT (NL) and Cito (NL)
Matthieu Brinkhuis and Cor Sluijter

Coming soon


Coffee break with sponsors/exhibitors
14:00 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

D1: BIZEXAMINER (CH)
Bernhard Waglechner and Gregor Kralik
Remote and locked
How to run remote proctored exams on
locked down computers – a technical
insight


D2: INVITED SPEAKER

Coming soon


D3: CAVEON + QM (US)
Ben Hunter and John Kleeman
Protecting the Most Important Test
Program in the World…YOURS!
How to Implement a Test Security Process
that Works


D4: 10SPD (CAN)
Mike Priest
Data Driven Technology
The landscape of collecting, processing
and transitioning data into information.


17:00 - 18:00 Reception with exhibitors
19:00 - 😉 --- Social Event ---

FRIDAY, JUNE 3

07:30 - 08:00 Registration open
08:00 - 08:30 Meet, Greet and Chat
08:00 - 08:45 Welcome latest updates, plan to action
08.45 – 09.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

E1: SNAP SHOTS

▪ 5 speakers

▪ 10 minutes

▪ 5 slides


E2: DISCUSSION GROUP – Exam Fraud

REMOTE PROCTORING vs INVIGILATION

Coming soon


E3: PANEL – Exam Fraud

PITFALLS AND MISCONCEPTIONS

Coming soon


E4: WORKSHOP – Exam Fraud

PREVENTION vs ORGANISED CRIME

Coming soon


09:45 – 10:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS ▽

F1: NORKTEST (NO)

Siw Annie Kistensen, Vrgard Gamnes
and Bernt Nilsen

2.500 kilometers of test centers
Methods ensuring quality and integrity
in long and scarcely population country


F2: CORNERSTONE (US)

Rachel W. Schoenig and Christopher
Watkins

Cheating in Europe and Around the Globe
Taking a big picture look at cheating can
help us be prepared to reduce its impact on
fairness and score validity


F3: QuestionMark & PROCTORIO

Mirna Pavlic and Filip Janic

Delivering valid and reliable
assessments with automated
proctoring
Is it possible to prevent cheating on
workplace exams?


F4: INVITED SPEAKER

Coming soon


10:45 – 11:00 Coffee break with sponsors/exhibitors
11:00 - 12:00 CLOSING KEYNOTE: Wim van der Linden ▽

K2: CLOSING KEYNOTE: Wim van der Linden

A Brief History. Statistical Detection of Test Security Breaches


Lunch with sponsors/exhibitors
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