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Digital Assessments

August 8th 11:30-1:30 CST

From Paper to Digital: Considerations for Test Design, Development, and Use

9:30 PST / 11:30 CST / 12:30 EST

Dr. Erica LaForte

In this session, I will explain how the Riverside Insights team approached the digital adaptation of the Woodcock-Johnson tests, including considerations for construct validity, scoring,reliability, and user experience. I will also discuss the implications of preliminary equivalence research.

Learning Objectives:


  • Describe the practical and psychometric advantages for digital assessment
  • Identify challenges in digital adaptation
  • Analyze research findings to assess the equivalency of paper and digital assessment.

Demonstration and Overview of the WJ IV Digital Brief Cognitive Ability Assessment

10:30 PST / 12:30 CST / 1:30 EST

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Dr. Katy Genseke

Join us for a demonstration and overview of the WJ IV Digital Brief Cognitive Ability Assessment.

Learning Objectives:


  • Identify the practical applications for administering an assessment in a standardized manner in which it is developed.
  • Identify relevant and ethical considerations for adhering to the standardized assessment procedures, as well as how incorrect administration can directly impact the results, data, interpretation, and outcomes of the assessment.
  • Apply appropriate skills learned in the session to the administration of a standardized assessment to maximize the fidelity of the data collected.
  • Use learned techniques during standardized assessment to accurately administer multiple individual tests of achievement, oral language, and cognitive accurately and efficiently.

Register Here for Both Sessions

This registration gives you full access to both sessions for Monday 8/8. Please log in at the time of the session that you would like to attend. All attendees will receive 1 APA and NASP approved CE Unit per 1 hour session completed (up to 2 per day).

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