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ArtikelThe Score Equivalence of Paper and Pencil and Computerized Versions of A Speed Test of Reading Comprehension  
Oleh: Pomplun, Mark ; Frey, Sharon ; Becker, Douglas F.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 62 no. 2 (2002), page 337-354.
Topik: COMPREHENSION; tests; reading; education; students
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Isi artikelThis study investigated the equivalence of scores form computerized and paper- and - pencil versions of a reading placement test. Concerns about score equivalence on the computerized versions were warranted because of the speeded nature of the paper- and -pencil version and differences in text delivery and response modes. The results indicated that both forms of the computerized versions produced higher vocabulary scores than the paper- and -pencil format and one form also had higher comprehension and total scores on the computerized version. These difficulty differences, especially for the vocabulary scores, appeared related to the differnces in response speed associated with use of a mouse to record responses in contrast to a pencil and answer sheet. Scale scores for the computerized versions had similar predictive power for course placement as paper- and -pencil scores. However, because these results were based on students from only seven institutions, additional studies are needed to investigate the comparability of these versions.
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