NCME Conference


Each SIGMIE has a “conditionally accepted” session at the annual conference, quality depending.

The SLE SIGIMIE Session for the 2022 NCME conference (April 9, 2022) brought professionals together from various industries such as medicine, psychology, and business to discuss their unique challenges and approaches to SLE, connected approaches used in these unique settings to those used in traditional educational settings, and provided a framework within which scholars can expand their SLE research lens. 

Theme: Scaling, Linking, Equating Beyond Our Comfort Zones


  • James Ingrisone, Pearson VUE

  • Huijuan Meng, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

  • Stephen Stark, University of South Florida

  • Seung W. Choi, University of Texas at Austin


  • Tim Moses, College Board

  • Neil Dorans, ETS

The SLE SIGIMIE Session for the 2021 NCME conference (May 25, 2021) featured an expert panel discussion based on questions raised from our SIGIMIE members. Questions concerned general issues in SLE as well as special designs and considerations related to the impact of COVID-19. 

Theme: Scaling, Linking, & Equating Du Jour: A Discussion with Experts


  • Michael Kolen, University of Iowa

  • Marie Wiberg, Department of Statistics, USBE

  • Tim Moses, College Board

  • Jorge Gonzalez, Pontificia Universidad Catolic


  • Robert Brennan, University of Iowa