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  1. Accessible Portable Item Profile (APIP) Standard CCSSO Pre-Session June 19, 2011

  2. Purpose of Forum • Develop Common Understanding • What APIP is and what it is not • Conceptual model guiding APIP • How does APIP Work – Walk Through Item • Next Steps • What does it mean to adopt APIP • Action steps for adoption • Additional actions need to assure quality • Questions/Comments

  3. The Problem • Portability of item and test content • Need for accessibility to be built into items

  4. Existing Options • Question & Test Interoperability (QTI) Specifications • Starting point for #1, but . . . • Interpreted and implemented differently across industry • Lack method for embedding accessibility information • The Problem . . . • Portability of item and test content • Need for accessibility to be built into items

  5. Existing Options • Access for All • Starting point for #2, but . . . • Focuses largely on visual needs • Not specific to testing • Not integrated with QTI • The Problem . . . • Portability of item and test content • Need for accessibility to be built into items


  6. Solution • Accessible Portable Item Profile (APIP) Standard • Integrates elements of QTI 2.1 and Access for All • Expands accessibility tags to cover fuller range of test accessibility needs • Provides definition of expected system behavior for each accessibility tag

  7. A Simple Analogy • Internet in the 1980s • groups used Internet to share information • Tagging of content dependent on “browser” used by group • Content was not portable across “browsers” • 1990: HTML developed • Internet in the 1990s • Multiple browsers developed to interpret HTML • Web page creation tools developed to produce content tagged with HTML • Content portable across HTML compliant browsers

  8. A Simple Analogy - Part 2 • Testing Industry in the 2000s • Programs use Internet to deliver tests • Tagging of content dependent on test delivery system used by program • Items not portable across systems • 2010 - APIP developed • Goal for 2010s • Test delivery systems modified to interpret APIP • Item writing systems modified to produce APIP items • Items portable across systems • Caveat: Student rostering systems modified to produce APIP student access profiles

  9. Background on APIP

  10. APIP Participants

  11. APIP