Together, the words technology and assessment have different meaning for different people. Those who
work with educational or instructional technology take these words to mean assessing the impacts of
technology on teaching and learning. Test developers and psychometricians, however, consider ways in
which computer-based technologies can be used to enhance current approaches to student assessment.
This book examines technology and assessment from both perspectives by examining past, current and
promising methodologies and applications in both fields. The influences instructional uses of technology
and the increasing reliance on testing to gauge student and school performance have on one another are
also explored. The book concludes by describing an organizational structure that could bring instructional
applications of technology and assessment practices into closer alignment.
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