The Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) Consortium is facilitated in part by ATLAS (Accessible Teaching Learning & Assessment Systems) at the University of Kansas. To increase awareness of the relationship between DLM and other ATLAS projects, we’ve added new links to the footers of each ATLAS site.
The Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) External Review event took place July 24 to 26, 2018, in Kansas City, MO. The three-day event was a crucial step in the development process with 65 educators from DLM states and 35 staff members participating...
The paper, “Condensed Mastery Profile Method for Setting Standards for Diagnostic Assessment Systems” is published in Volume 36, Issue 4 of Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. It was written by integral members of the Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) team, including Meagan Karvonen, Amy Clark, Brooke Nash, and Neal Kingston.
The Achievement and Assessment Institute at the University of Kansas, on behalf of the Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) Alternate Assessment Consortium, invites interested scholars to work with DLM staff in conducting psychometric modeling research on the Consortium’s assessment data. Learn more…
The Dynamic Learning Maps® team is proud to unveil the redesign of dynamiclearningmaps.org this week, featuring improved organization and simplified navigation in a familiar shell.
In an effort to continually improve the experience of all who participate in Dynamic Learning Maps® assessments, the Consortium would like to request feedback of educators and administrators who participated in DLM testing for the 2015–16 school year.
All test administrators are invited to provide feedback on their experiences administering Dynamic Learning Maps assessments this year.
To smooth the testing experience this year, DLM staff have made some revisions to features found in KITE® Educator Portal.
An updated version of KITE Client (2.1) is now available for Macintosh users. Users who experienced issues with installing KITE Client 2.0 on Macintosh computers may install this update to resolve those issues.
Dynamic Learning Maps appointed two new members to its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) last week, bringing the committee's total appointments to nine experts in assessment.