Welcome to Tests, Measures and Assessments in Education
This guide is intended for use by those who are looking for tests and assessments in education. The links will assist you in getting information about an assessment instrument to finding a copy of the actual instrument.
It is difficult to locate the actual test instruments but there are a variety of ways to find them. Some can be found in peer-reviewed articles or dissertations using the library's databases, some are included in print anthologies of tests and measures, and some can be found for free, as well as for a fee, on the Internet. Additionally Fletcher Library has a small collection of educational tests available to education students and faculty on a limited basis.
Search for Tests Using ASU Library One Search
All tests included in the Fletcher Library Test Collection are listed in the online catalog. A keyword search using "tests" will identify & retrieve test titles or resources about tests. When looking for a specific category of tests, a subject search is best. To search for a specific instrument, click on Advanced Search, and change the "Any field" drop-down menu to author, title or subject.
The Library of Congress Subject Headings most frequently used for locating tests are:
Educational Tests and Measures
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Fletcher Library Test Collection
The Fletcher Library houses approximately 70 unique test titles and instruments to support Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College (MLFTC) assessment courses on the West Valley campus. Commercial test titles owned by ASU Library are searchable through the ASU Library Catalog.
To learn more about the Fletcher Library Test Collection including policies, see the tab "Test Collection" in this guide.
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