A systematized review of research with adaptive comparative judgment (ACJ) in higher education
adaptive comparative judgment, design & technology, assessment, comparative judgment
Adaptive Comparative Judgment (ACJ), an approach to the assessment of open-ended problems which utilizes a series of comparisons to produce a standardized score, rank order, and a variety of other statistical measures, has demonstrated high levels of reliability and validity and the potential for application in a wide variety of areas. Further, research into using ACJ, both as a formative and summative assessment tool, has been conducted in multiple contexts across higher education. This systematized review of ACJ research outlines our approach to identifying, classifying, and organizing findings from research with ACJ in higher education settings as well as overarching themes and questions that remain. The intent of this work is to provide readers with an understanding of the current state of the field and several areas of potential further inquiry related to ACJ in higher education.
Original Publication Citation
Bartholomew, S. R., & Jones, M. D. (2021). A Systematized Reviewof Research with Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) in Higher Education. International Journal of Technology and Design Education.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bartholomew, Scott R., "A systematized review of research with adaptive comparative judgment (ACJ) in higher education" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5527.
International Journal of Technology and Design Education
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering
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