Call for Participation
April 22-23, 2000, New Orleans
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
The Tenth International Objective Measurement Workshop will be an exciting
opportunity for active participation and networking. We invite:
Paper presentations: research reports, instrument calibrations, methodological innovations, etc.
Organized symposia: a set of papers addressing a common theme or research project; please provide a paragraph describing each contribution.
Discussion workshops: small group discussions, method and computer demonstrations, etc.
Poster session: Proposals for posters to be displayed during the social hour on Saturday afternoon.
There will be social events at local restaurants on Friday, 21st, and Saturday evenings. Mulate's Cajun food and live music, the hit of 1994 is on the list.
Proposals by mail, FAX or e-mail, are due by November 1, 1999. Send a one-page summary of your presentation, symposium contribution, workshop theme or poster topic, with your full name, mailing address, affiliation, telephone and FAX number, and e-mail address to:
William P. Fisher, Jr. (IOMW10)
IOMW presentations will be given priority in Objective Measurement: Theory into Practice, Vol. VI. For information for authors, contact George Engelhard, Jr.,
Accommodation and Travel
Radisson Hotel, 1500 Canal Street (504-522-4500; fax 522-3627; mention "LSU Biometry, MC-0025"), is halfway between IOMW10 (1901 Perdido) and AERA (500 Canal). Also convenient are Ramada, 1732 Canal (504-412-4000), Days Inn, 1630 Canal (504-586-0110), Comfort Inn, 1315 Gravier (504-586-0100).
Make your airline and hotel reservations early! IOMW10 is the week before the Louisiana Jazz and Heritage Festival (JazzFest). It overlaps AERA.
The monthly Chicago Objective Measurement Table meeting is now broadcast on the world-wide-web. Daring
pioneers from around the world braved the technological dragons and managed to see and hear the last few minutes
of MESA's John Michael Linacre's presentation on April 15. ACT's Tim Miller's talk on May 20th was successfully
broadcast in its entirety. CAT's Brian Bontempo is scheduled to speak on June 17.
Call for Papers
New Orleans, April 24-28, 2000
Tell us about your experiences applying, explaining or thinking about Rasch measurement. Participate in the 2000 AERA Meeting! Send your proposal in AERA format (see Educational Researcher May 1999 or AERA website) to reach me by August 2, 1999. Though SIG sessions are well attended by our friends, we are especially interested in Rasch-related papers that will appeal to a wider audience. Priority will be given to new presenters. Your proposal will be reviewed anonymously. Please include adequate descriptions of data analyses and full citations for your references. Formats include papers, round-tables, posters, symposia and alternative session formats. If you are proposing a format other than a paper, explain that in your proposal.
Please send me a note if you are willing to serve as a reviewer, session chair or discussant.
Richard M. Smith
8th European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction
August 24-28, 1999
Göteborg University, Sweden
Advancing Learning Communities
in The New Millennium
Rasch measurement, Aug. 24, 1999
Andrew Stephanou, ACER
The School of Education, University of Manchester, England seeks a quantitative researcher to support teaching
and research in Educational Assessment. Salary in the range £16,045 to £33,202 per annum. We have also applied
for funding to establish a Rasch-UK network and an attached research fellowship.
Inquiries to Tom Christie
Friday, June 4, 1999, Chicago
Computer Simulated Testing
Casey Marks and Brian Bontempo
National Council of State Boards of Nursing
Ability bias due to dropping low scores
Ryan Bowles, Computer Adapt. Techn.
Hitting the ground running
Louise White, University of Illinois at Chicago
Assessment of post-traumatic amnesia
Rita Bode, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Rasch fit based on paired comparisons
George Karabatsos, Louisiana SU Med. Ctr
Outcome measurement in program evaluation
Richard Smith, Rehabilitation Foundation Inc.
Measurement and rehabilitation
Allen Heinemann, Rehab. Inst. of Chicago
Readability and middle category responses
Winnie Lopez, International Survey Research
Gender differences in depressive responses
Rense Lange, Illinois State Board of Education
Candidate outcomes: holistic vs analytic ratings
Mary Lunz, Measurement Research, Inc.
Quality of life items: too easy or too hard?
Chih-Hung Chang, Northwestern Univ.
Step disorder vs. category disorder
John Michael Linacre, MESA Psych. Laboratory
Predicting consumer preferences
Tom Rehfeldt, Unilever Inc.
Student career survey
Ron Zybura, Cuyahoga Valley Com. College
Impact of negative items on self-esteem
Marci Enos, MESA Psych. Laboratory
Categories and category labels
Matthew Enos, MESA Psych. Laboratory
for Research in Education
New Zealand Association
for Research in Education
Main Conference: Research in Education.
Global Issues & Local Effects:
The Challenge for Educational Research
29 Nov. - 2 Dec. 1999
Keynote speakers include:
Dr Geoff Masters, Director, Australian Council for Educational Research
Dr Richard Watkins, Director, New Zealand Council for Educational Research
"Educational Research in the Next Millennium."
Dec. 3, 1999
and data analysis workshop
offered by the Measurement Division of the
Australian Council for Educational Research
Rasch-related conferences: IOMW10, AERA, COMET, EARLI, MOMS, AARE-NZARE. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1999, 13:1 p. 678 etc.
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|Rating Scale Analysis, Wright & Masters||Introduction to Rasch Measurement, E. Smith & R. Smith||Introduction to Many-Facet Rasch Measurement, Thomas Eckes||Invariant Measurement: Using Rasch Models in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, George Engelhard, Jr.||Statistical Analyses for Language Testers, Rita Green|
|Rasch Models: Foundations, Recent Developments, and Applications, Fischer & Molenaar||Journal of Applied Measurement||Rasch models for measurement, David Andrich||Constructing Measures, Mark Wilson||Rasch Analysis in the Human Sciences, Boone, Stave, Yale|
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