This year numerous students and faculty members traveled to San Antonio, TX for the annual AERA/NCME meetings. Students had the opportunity to present their research, network with alumni at the annual UNCG AERA/NCME reception, and attend workshops.
Student presentations include:
Yan Fu. Do Option-Based Diagnostic Models Provide More Information than Correct-Option Based Diagnostic Models? Option-based and Global Fit Statistics for the GDCM-MC. (NCME: paper).
Elizabeth Patton. Evaluating the efficacy of the Liu Agresti estimator of the cumulative common log odds ratio classification systems for polytomous differential item functioning. (NCME: poster).
Elizabeth Patton. Factors influencing the non-parametric methods for the detection of DIF in polytomous items. (AERA: paper).
John Sessoms. The impact of increased item exposure on item difficulty and pass rates. (NCME: poster).
Myrah Stockdale (2nd author). Five robust and ethical research designs for medical educators. (AERA: poster).
Congratulations everyone! We are looking forward to next year in New York.