Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS) 2018: Applying Rasch Measurement in Language Assessment and Across the Human Sciences
Date: Wednesday, July 25th, 2018 Time: Time TBA
Speaker: Keynote speakers Tim McNamara (University of Melbourne), Yan Jin (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), George Engelhard (University of Georgia)
PROMS is the annual non-governmental professional symposium of the Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Society, established to promote objective measurement and contribute to the research and development of Rasch measurement in the Pacific Rim. The symposium is a forum for the sharing of new knowledge and new applications of the Rasch model with the international community. In addition to featured speakers, presentations, and panel discussions, workshops on Rasch measurement are attached to PROMS meetings.
Preconference workshops will be held July 23-24, 2018, and the main conference will be held July 25-27, 2018.
Call for proposals
PROMS invites presentations on the theory and practice of applying the Rasch model across the human sciences, including business, education, health and psychology. Following the usual PROMS practice, accepted papers will be allocated to presentation strands with similar focus. Abstract submissions should be received before 1st April, 2018. For more information, please see the PROMS 2018 website.
Organization: Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS)
Venue: Fudan University, Shanghai, China
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