June 8, 2016

CIP update: Setting the passing score

As I mentioned in my previous post, we're almost done with what needs to be done to revise the CIP. We had a call this week with several subject matter experts (SMEs) who reviewed the beta results and made some determinations as to some of the items. I'm working this week to incorporate those changes, fix some typos, etc.

But we still need your help! We need 10-12 more SMEs for the final activity, setting the passing score. You do not need to be a member of AIIM *or* a CIP to assist, though we will give preference to CIPs. But you do need to be someone who could be a CIP if you aren't - preferably with no more than 5 years experience in the relevant domains. In other words, if you've been doing this since Methuselah, you're not the ideal candidate this time around.

Here's what we need. We have a training call scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm Eastern Daylight Time. This call is to train the SMEs on how to do the scoring activities. Once that training call is done, SMEs will be taking the exam and deciding, for each exam question, how likely it is that someone like them, with 3-5 years experience, perhaps a CIP, perhaps not, would get the question right. Some questions will be easy, some will be hard. Once the SME has scored all the questions, we do some final analysis to end up at the final passing score. This in turn will be used to determine which beta CIP candidates passed and are full CIPs.

Important: Whether you are a CIP already or not, this will not impact your status. In other words, don't be concerned about "passing" the exam - if you're already a CIP you will stay a CIP as long as you do the recertification process. If you're selected and not yet a CIP, this will not impact you at all. You will also not be charged to participate in this process. You do not need to study - again, the point is to determine the difficulty of the items, not to try to "pass".

SMEs who are selected to participate in this final activity will also receive a free voucher good for one CIP exam once the final exam goes live. Those who participated on this week's call will receive a voucher as well. These vouchers are transferrable so you can give them to a colleague or use them yourself.

If you are interested, or know someone that you think would be a good candidate, please contact me directly at jwilkins@aiim.org.

5 comments:

Richard said...

I'm down for helping out

Richard said...

I am available to help

Jesse Wilkins said...

Hi Richard,

Need your contact info. :) Ping me at jwilkins@aiim.org.

Lauren Ross said...

Hi Jesse, I am willing to help if you still need people.

Lauren Ross said...

Hi Jesse, I can help