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Nancy Tippins

Dr. Nancy T. Tippins is a Sr. Vice President and Managing Principal of the Selection Practice Group of Valtera Corporation where she is responsible for the firm's development and execution of strategies related to job analysis, competency development, employee selection, assessment, and leadership development. Nancy oversees the teams that develop legally and professionally compliant tools, administrative processes, and delivery platforms to meet client staffing, assessment, and succession planning requirements. Nancy also conducts executive assessments and provides expert support in litigation. Nancy is active in professional affairs. She has a longstanding involvement with the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) where she served as President (2000-2001). She currently serves on the Joint Committee to revise the Standards for Educational and Psychological Tests. Nancy has made numerous presentations on tests and assessments and authored many papers on the subject. Recently, she co-authored Designing and Implementing Global Selection Systems, co-edited the Handbook of Employee Selection, and has just completed an edited volume, Technology Enhanced Assessments.


 

Abstract



Best Practices in Developing and Implementing Technology-Enhanced Assessments
Technology is increasingly used to facilitate distribution of assessment content, ensure consistent administration and scoring, enhance the realism of the assessment, and reduce costs. Best practices in technology-enhanced assessment programs are emerging as I/O psychologists become more experienced in their use. This presentation will highlight best practices and provide examples.
 

Learning Objectives


 
1.     Identify best practices in the use of technology-enhanced assessment.
2.     List the aspects of technology that enhance and potentially limit assessment.
3.     Describe the sources of costs in technology-enhanced assessments.