EVP at Learnosity
As the founder of Questionmark, John has contributed to the evolution of assessment software over a 30-year career that has included leading roles in industry bodies such as ATP and IMS Global Learning Consortium.
Six technology trends in standardized testing
Standardized testing is undergoing a miniature renaissance, emerging as something more personalized and less uniform. John Kleeman explores the technology trends effecting this change.
Safety first: What you need to know about ISO 27001 certification
Keeping data safe and secure is a priority for all digital-first organizations. But obtaining ISO certification requires an ongoing commitment, as Learnosity EVP John Kleeman explains.
39 standards to help build a learning or assessment product
Keep your product-building efforts on track with an extensive list of the learning industry’s most important and influential standards.
ATP’s new best practice guidelines for Technology-Based Assessment—a summary
A major set of guidelines for technology based assessment recently launched. Here, Learnosity EVP John Kleeman reveals its key takeaways.
To be perfectly honest: How AI and technology could impact test cheating
For as long as there has been testing, there has been cheating. But as assessment continues to go digital, new tools are emerging to better equip those on both sides of the test cheating line.
New UK regulations on designing and developing accessible assessments
Some recently published regulatory guidance from the UK exams regulator, Ofqual shows how the UK is taking the lead when it comes to accessible and inclusive assessments
Four suggestions for getting privacy right when developing edtech
As digital interactions increase, so does the flow of data and the risk of its misuse. But edtech can respect and protect learner privacy. John Kleeman, EVP at Learnosity & Questionmark, explains how.
5 trends to watch for in assessment technology
Industry events such as ATP's Innovations in Testing offer a peak into where learning and assessment tech might be heading next. Here are five key trends to watch for.
Inclusivity as a core principle for Learnosity
Inclusivity in learning isn't restricted to a minority of "corner cases"—it matters much more widely, writes John Kleeman, EVP at Learnosity.