The 2015 Conference on Test Security

The University of Kansas Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation, Caveon Test Security, ACT, and the University of Wisconsin Center for Placement Testing proudly announce:

The 2015 Conference on Test Security

November 4–6, 2015
Lawrence, Kansas

The 2015 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. Industry leaders and experts will present on a variety of test-security topics, including:

  • Papers and presentations regarding statistical methods and applications for detecting potential test fraud
  • Presentations regarding other test security tools and methods for protecting the validity of testing results and brand integrity
  • Presentations regarding developing or improving an organization’s test security program
  • Presentations regarding development and use of standards for the prevention and detection of test fraud

The 2015 conference program will run for one and three-quarters days on November 5 and 6, with an opening reception on the evening of November 4. The conference will include keynote sessions, presentations and posters by industry leaders, and numerous opportunities to network with others in the industry. Thanks to the generous support of sponsoring organizations, conference registration will be only $85 per person, including meals.

Important Dates to Remember:

Conference registration opens March 16
Early-bird proposal submission deadline* August 7
Final proposal submission deadline September 4
Last day for hotel reservations at discounted rate October 23
Conference opening reception November 4, Lawrence, Kansas
Conference on Test Security November 5–6, Lawrence, Kansas

*Early-bird proposals will receive rolling acceptance/rejection starting August 17th.

For questions, sponsorship opportunities, and the most up-to-date information about this year’s conference, contact Amy Tackkett.

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