Ian Florance, Executive Director of ETPG, contributed to a panel discussion at the European Congress of Psychology in Moscow during July 2019. This was on the future format of the EFPA test reviews, and how this can be used more widely. Ian is also an observer on EFPA’s Board of Assessment and attended a meeting in Moscow to contribute comments made by ETPG members on test reviews and how they could be made more useful.
We welcome Eligo Psychologische Software GmBh to their first ETPG conference after they were voted on as a full member last year in Bucharest.
This year’s agenda covers topics that face testing – and psychology – in the future, including the challenge of big data; whether we can measure consciousness; AI; and how testing needs to react to the unparalleled growth in migration and refugee numbers. Dusica Boben has created a thought-provoking agenda and, as ever, ETPG29 offers scope to find out about the host city and nation,
We decided to simplify and update our web site by reducing the text, including more visual material and our new films and encouraging direct contact with people who hear about us. The site is still being worked on and improved and we hope it will develop into an accessible welcoming resource about ETPG’s members and developments in European testing.