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Mark D. Shermis Ph.D.

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Grants

  • Shermis, M. D., (2001). Automated Essay Grading for Electronic Portfolios (Evaluation Supplement). Washington, DC: Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (Proposal funded 10/01, $6,000).
  • Shermis, M. D., (2000). Automated Essay Grading for Electronic Portfolios. Washington, DC: Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (Proposal funded 8/00, $218,000).
  • Shermis, M. D., & Mzumara, H. R. (1999). College Placement Testing Through the World Wide Web: Preparing Students for Post-Secondary Education. Grant extended under the auspices of the Strategic Directions Charter of Indiana University (Funding extended 4/97, $15,000).
  • Shermis, M. D., & Mzumara, H. R. (1996). College Placement Testing Through the World Wide Web: Preparing Students for Post-Secondary Education. Grant submitted under the auspices of the Strategic Directions Charter of Indiana University (Proposal funded 4/97, $63,333).
  • Banta, T. W., Shermis, M. D., & Fulkerson, J. (1993). Computerized adaptive testing for elementary talent development selection. Indiana University: Kempf Foundation. (Proposal funded 9/93, $10,000).
  • Connor, U., & Shermis, M. D. (1993). Revision of the "objective" component of the English as a Second Language placement test. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Assessment Committee. (Proposal funded 8/93, $2,990).
  • Castejón, R., & Shermis, M. D. (1991). El mundo en que vivimos: Un mundo económico. Madrid, Spain: UNED. (Proposal funded 7/91, $30,000).
  • Gonzalez, M. J., Becker, M. F., Beer, D., Maziar, C. M., Pillage, L. T., Shermis, M. D., Wagner, T. J., & Wise, G. L. (1991). Introduction to electrical and computer engineering. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation. (Proposal funded, $186,000).
  • Gonzalez, M. J., Becker, M. F., Maziar, C. M., Pillage, L. T., Shermis, M. D., Wagner, T. J., & Wise, G. L. (1990). Pilot project: Introduction to electrical and computer engineering. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation. (Proposal funded 6/91, $80,000).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1990). Downward extensions of the three-parameter logistic model for computer-adaptive testing with the one- and two-parameter models. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. (Proposal funded 1/91, $3,000).
  • Shermis, M. D., Anaejiohu, P., Barnes, S., Davidson, G. V., Davies, J., Loredo, J., Keyworth, G., Quinn, B., Savenye, W. C., Suttles, A., & Williams, B. (1989). Austin area research consortium for teacher education: An IBM grant proposal. IBM program for teacher preparation and enhancement in the use of available technology, Armonk, NY (Project funded 3/90, $430,000).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1989). Programming a modal Bayesian crossover algorithm for computer adaptive testing. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. (Proposal funded 12/89).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1989). Algorithmic extensions of computer adaptive testing in a hypermedia environment. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. (Proposal funded 2/89).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1988). Programming computer adaptive testing algorithms in HyperCard. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. (Proposal funded 1/88).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1986). Implementing TBLT on the IBM 3081. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin. (Proposal funded 10/86).
  • Shermis, M. D. (1986). A microcomputerized adaptive placement test for college mathematics. Austin, TX: The University of Texas at Austin (Project Quest proposal funded 9/86, $6300).
  • Hsu, T.C., & Shermis, M. D. (1984). Microcomputerized adaptive placement testing for college mathematics. Pittsburgh, PA: Digital Equipment Corporation (Proposal funded 3/85, $45,000).
  • Davidson, T. N., Seigerman, C., & Shermis, M. D. (1980). The development of an instructional module for the Michigan Terminal System file editor. Ann Arbor, MI: The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, The University of Michigan. (Proposal funded 1/81, $1500).