30th April 2020
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John Winkley, AlphaPlus’ Director of Sales, shares his thoughts on assessment validity. In this short blog, I want to talk about two aspects of assessment that have come up in discussions with clients at this most difficult of times, and have reminded me of my reasons for taking up assessment as a career, 15 years

30th April 2020
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Almost every project we do is undertaken with support of AlphaPlus’ associate community. We’re aware that the strength and depth of the company relies in no small part on our pool of associates – on your expertise, and understanding of how to deliver projects in the complex education world. We want to ensure that we

30th April 2020
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Almost every project we do is undertaken with support of the AlphaPlus’ associates. We’re aware that the strength and depth of the company relies in no small part on their expertise, knowledge and understanding of the complex education world. We recently sent out an anonymous survey to ensure that we are offering effective support for

30th April 2020
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Andy Lewis, Field Research Manager at AlphaPlus, discusses the challenges of recruiting for and running large-scale trials. In recent years, AlphaPlus has developed a successful field research function, building the capacity to deliver large-scale trials across a wide range of educational contexts. Since 2017, we have produced and delivered assessments to over 100,000 learners, in

30th April 2020
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Since the beginning of the outbreak, we have closely monitored the situation and have taken action to safeguard the health of our employees and to preserve our ability to operate. Our employees have been working from home from 16 March and we are pleased to say that almost all our project work is continuing unaffected

31st October 2019
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One of the many potential benefits of e-assessment is improved accessibility for learners with disabilities: technology can help reduce or remove some of the barriers that learners can face. However, many e-assessments allow relatively limited adjustment for learners with access requirements, and often assessments are not optimised for easy use even for those without special