What is a job analysis and why do we do them? Hear an overview of the process of conducting a job analysis including the purpose behind the activities, what the law has to say about it, and what methods can be used. The overview includes a walk-through of the steps used in a job analysis analysis, which is a common method used to gather current information to stay abreast of new developments in the field, and a discussion on how the results inform the development of a test blueprint.
Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2015
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A
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Julie Miles, PhD, Pearson VUE
Dr. Miles leads the psychometric services and senior research scientist teams at Pearson VUE. These teams are responsible for utilizing measurement theory, statistical methodology, and data analysis to provide psychometrically sound examinations for client programs. They conduct applied research to improve client processes. Dr. Miles has research expertise in the areas of standard setting, computer-based testing, computerized adaptive testing, innovative item types, item response theory, and college and career readiness. An author of several articles and book chapters related to standard setting, she is a member of the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME). Dr. Miles holds an MA degree from California State University, San Bernardino in Experimental Psychology and a PhD degree from Boston College in Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation.