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John Scott, Ph.D., is Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of APT Metrics. He is co-editor of an award-winning handbook, Handbook of Workplace Assessment: Evidence-based Practices for Selecting and Developing Organizational Talent (2010). He is also co-editor of The Human Resources Program-Evaluation Handbook (2003), and is co-author of Evaluating Human Resources Programs: A 6-Phase Approach for Optimizing Performance (2007). John is a Fellow of both SIOP and the American Psychological Association (APA), is the recipient of SIOP's Distinguished Service Award, and is editor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice (IOP), SIOP's premier journal. Dave Bartram, Ph.D., was Chief Psychologist for CEB's Talent Management Labs. He was a Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hull. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS), the Ergonomics Society, the International Test commission (ITC), the Academy of Social Sciences, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). His awards include the BPS Award for Distinguished Contribution to Professional Psychology, the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology's Lifetime Achievement Award and the EFPA Robert Roe Award for Outstanding Contribution to Society. Doug Reynolds, Ph.D., is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Development Dimensions International (DDI), where his departments develop and implement software-based assessment, testing, and learning products in Fortune 500 companies. His consulting work has recently focused on the deployment of Internet-based behavioral simulations used for executive and leadership evaluation. Doug Reynolds has also served as an expert witness regarding personnel selection practices, and he has published and presented frequently on topics related to the intersection of I-O psychology and technology. He recently co-edited the Handbook of Workplace Assessment: Evidence-based Practices for Selecting and Developing Organizational Talent (2010), and co-authored Online Recruiting and Selection: Innovations in Talent Acquisition (2009). Reynolds is a Past President of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2012-2013).
Part I. Common Assessment Methods Deployed with Internet Technology: 1. Employment testing Seymour Adler, Anthony Boyce and Pat Caputo; 2. Licensing and certification John Weiner and David Foster; Part II. Technical Foundations for Internet-based Assessment Delivery: 3. Infrastructure to support technology-enhanced global assessment John Weiner and Ian Necus; 4. Software design, development, and implementation for technology-enhanced assessments Tami Licht and Emily Stehura; Part III. Advances, Trends and Issues: 5. Changing relationships within the testing ecosystem Dragos Iliescu; 6. Security of technology-enhanced assessments David Foster and Steve Addicott; 7. The changing landscape of technology-enhanced test administration Tracy Kantrowitz and Sara L. Gutierrez; 8. Use of social network data for assessment Mike Zickar; 9. Technology-driven developments in psychometrics Fritz Drasgow and Julie Olson-Buchanan; 10. Integration with applicant tracking and management systems Rich Cober and Steve Hall; 11. The gamification of employee selection tools: an exploration of viability, utility and future directions Ben Hawkes, Iva Cek and Charles Handler; Part IV: Guidelines for Practice and Future Directions: 12. Standards and best practices for technology-enhanced assessments Iain Coyne and Dave Bartram; 13. Ethical and legal concerns in technology-enhanced testing Rodney Lowman; 14. Conclusion - recurring themes in the application of technology-enhanced assessment Doug H. Reynolds, John C. Scott and David Bartram.