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Research Data Management: University Research Data Repository (pt2)

Laura Armstrong & Markus Binsteiner
Part 2 of 2 presentations to ACRSS on RDM service development at the University of Auckland.

Assessment design in tertiary settings

Gavin Brown
This is a brief provocation given to the Faculty of Education and Social Work concerning the design of assessments that could be used in future work.

Diagnostic assessment in NZ junior secondary schooling

Gavin Brown
A guest lecture given to the TeachFirst 2017 cohort at the University of Auckland. This is focused on the design and use of standardised tests to inform teachers' curriculum and pedagogical practices. The focus is primarily on the use of the asTTle (assessment tools for teaching and learning) test system.

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand Policy Workshop - November 2014

M Fabiana Kubke
Slides of my talk at the CCANZ Open Access Policy workshop - Wellington, November 24 2014 Originally published in SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/kubke/creative-commons-aotearoa-new-zealand-policy-workshop-november-2014?from_action=save

Item Response Theory: Complicated but better

Gavin Brown
Introductory lecture on Item Response Theory given to Behavioural Measurement Group, University of Umea, Sweden in September 2016

From Bench to Bedside (and everything else in between)

M Fabiana Kubke
Slides from my presentation given at the New Zealand Association of Scientists, University of Auckland, New Zealand, April 2014. Originally published in SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/kubke/nzas-2014

Volumetric Characterisation of Contracting Cardiac Trabeculae: Tracking Tissue Movement

Ming Cheuk
Data to accompany Chapter 5 of the PhD thesis titled "Volumetric Characterisation of Contracting Cardiac Trabeculae"

An Introduction to Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): Investigating linear relationships among latent constructs

Gavin Brown
This was presented in August 2016 to the EARLI SIG 1 Assessment and Evaluation Summer School in Munich. It provides an introduction to CFA and SEM techniques. It presumes understanding of exploratory factor analysis and multivariate statistical techniques. It extends basic CFA into SEM and multigroup invariance testing. It illustrates procedures and problems that can occur in testing models (e.g., negative error variance, not positive definite covariance matrices) and suggests solutions to overcome these issues....

Is Your Dataset a Mule?

Mark Gahegan
It's a bunch of slides, that I cobbled together in a hurry.

Introduction to Item Response Test theory

Gavin Brown
Introductory lecture on Item Response Theory given to Behavioural Measurement Group, University of Umea, Sweden in September 2016

An Introduction to Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): Investigating linear relationships among latent constructs

Gavin Brown
This was presented in August 2016 to the EARLI SIG 1 Assessment and Evaluation Summer School in Munich. It provides an introduction to CFA and SEM techniques. It presumes understanding of exploratory factor analysis and multivariate statistical techniques. It extends basic CFA into SEM and multigroup invariance testing. It illustrates procedures and problems that can occur in testing models (e.g., negative error variance, not positive definite covariance matrices) and suggests solutions to overcome these issues....

Research Data Management: University context (pt1)

Laura Armstrong
Part 1 of 2 presentations to ACRSS on RDM service development at the University of Auckland.

The future of assessment as a human and social endeavour: Some inconvenient truths

Gavin Brown
This is the 2016 November 17 Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Prof. Gavin Brown at the Faculty of Education and Social Work in the University of Auckland.
ABSTRACTTesting and examination have important consequences for high quality performance, such as graduation, promotion, certification, scholarship, and others. Assessments are also assumed to be accurate indicators of quality. Psychometric research evaluates the statistical properties of tests on the assumption that students are well prepared, make maximal effort, and that irrelevant...

Is Your Dataset a Mule?

Mark Gahegan
It's a bunch of slides, that I cobbled together in a hurry.

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand Policy Workshop - November 2014

M Fabiana Kubke
Slides of my talk at the CCANZ Open Access Policy workshop - Wellington, November 24 2014 Originally published in SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/kubke/creative-commons-aotearoa-new-zealand-policy-workshop-november-2014?from_action=save

Discoverable, reproducible, and reusable cardiac models

David Nickerson
Talk I presented at the 16th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering. Submitted abstract:
Computational models of the heart have evolved substantially since Denis Noble published his original 1962 modification of the Hodgkin & Huxley equations applicable to Purkinje fibre action and pacemaker potentials. As available computational power has grown the range of cardiac physiology and anatomy able to be represented by the mathematical models and numerical simulations has rapidly increased, to the point where we are...

Data Cleaning & Checking: Minimising Garbage

Gavin Brown
These notes are a summary of teaching notes used related to the preparation of data so that maximal interpretation can be made. Topics covered include:1. checking for accuracy, response sets, and validity of entries in data sets2. detecting and dealing with missing values with the expectation maximisation procedure3. identifying and dealing with outliers and non-normal distributions


The future of assessment as a human and social endeavour: Some inconvenient truths

Gavin Brown
This is the 2016 November 17 Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Prof. Gavin Brown at the Faculty of Education and Social Work in the University of Auckland.
ABSTRACTTesting and examination have important consequences for high quality performance, such as graduation, promotion, certification, scholarship, and others. Assessments are also assumed to be accurate indicators of quality. Psychometric research evaluates the statistical properties of tests on the assumption that students are well prepared, make maximal effort, and that irrelevant...

Measuring if things group the way I intended: Factor analysis

Gavin Brown
Seminar to the Behavior Measurement group in the Applied Educational Sciences Dept, University of Umea. Covers basic principles of exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis with an eye to validating the content structure of a test.

Remixing Aotearoa

M Fabiana Kubke
My presentation as part of a webinar "remixing aotearoa', Open Access Week 2010

Student Self-Assessment: An Overview of Research and Problems of Practice

Heidi Andrade & Gavin Brown
This is a paper presented at the September 2016 Research and Innovation in Classroom Assessment conference held in Brisbane, Australia. Program details at http://www.ricaconference.com.au/program

Volumetric Characterisation of Contracting Cardiac Trabeculae: Tracking Tissue Movement

Ming Cheuk
Data to accompany Chapter 5 of the PhD thesis titled "Volumetric Characterisation of Contracting Cardiac Trabeculae"

eResearch NZ- Lighting talk

M Fabiana Kubke
Lighting talk at New Zealand eResearch Symposium 2014

Open Research Practice

M Fabiana Kubke
Slides from my talk given at Open Research Practice Workshop - Royal Society New Zealand, Wellington, June 24 2014.

Ignite_2016kiwifoo_Kubke.pptx

M Fabiana Kubke
A take on what is the problem with current scientific publishing

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