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Kim, J., Wilson, M., & Draney, K.. (2014, 04/2014). Investigation of item properties using the LLTM for polytomous Items. Presented at the National Council on Measurement in Education, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Kennedy, C. (2005). Ten surprises about teaching. In M. Kallet & Morgan, A. (Eds.), The Art of College Teaching: 28 Takes. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
Kennedy, C. (2004, March). The BEAR Assessment System. Presented at the No Child Left Behind Technology Summit, St. Louis, MO.
Kennedy, C. (2000). Measuring Student Variables Useful in the Study of Performance in an Online Learning Environment (No. BEAR Research Note). University of California, Berkeley.
Kennedy, C., Burmester, K., Harrell, S. Veeragouda, Timms, M., Bernbaum, D., Scalise, K., & Wilson, M.. (2007). Adaptive Technology for e-Learning: Principles and Case Studies of an Emerging Field. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(14). doi:10.1002
Kennedy, C., Timms, M., Long, K., Ketchner, S., & Bluestein, D.. (2005, April). Using PADI to develop an online self-assessment system that supports student science learning in FOSS. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.
Kennedy, C., & Wilson, M.. (2007). Using progress variables to map intellectual development. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Evaluation & Assessment Research Center.
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Kennedy, C. (2004, April). Technology Underlying task templates in the PADI design system: The scoring engine. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
Kennedy, C. (2003). A Primer on Design Matrices (No. BEAR Research Note). University of California, Berkeley.
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Kennedy, C. (2006, April). Simplified scoring of performance activities: Comparing assessment stories from complex and simple scoring approaches. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, San Francisco, CA.
Kennedy, C. (1999, October). Reinventing Online Education From a Social Context. Presented at the "Online Education in California Community Colleges: Faculty Perspectives" Conference at College of San Mateo.
Kennedy, C. (1998). Turning the Tables: Engaging Teachers in the Learning Process. (No. BEAR Research Note). University of California, Berkeley.
Kennedy, C., Wilson, M., Draney, K., Tutunciyan, S., & Vorp, R.. (2008). ConstructMap Version 4 (computer program). University of, Berkeley, CA: BEAR Center.
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Kennedy, C. (2004, April). An example of a task template from the Full Option Science System (FOSS). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
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Kennedy, C., & Draney, K.. (2007). Interpreting and using multidimensional performance data to improve learning. In X. Liu (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement to Science Education. Chicago: JAM Press.
Kennedy, C. (2002, November). Formative Evaluation of an Online Teaching Strategy: Using Mixed Methods to Learn From the Student Experience. Presented at the American Evaluation Association 2002 Conference, Washington, D.C.
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Kennedy, C. (1998). Online Education: Pathway or Barrier to Academic Equity. (No. BEAR Research Note). University of California, Berkeley.
Kennedy, C., Brown, N. J. S., Draney, K., & Wilson, M.. (2005, April). Using progress variables and embedded assessment to improve teaching and learning. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.
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Kennedy, C. (2003, April). Promoting Success in Online College Courses: Understanding Interactions Between Course Structure and Learner Readiness. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
Kennedy, C. (2000). What Influences Student Learning in an Online Course? (No. BEAR Research Note). University of California, Berkeley.

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