Eric Shepherd


Eric Shepherd has held workshops, seminars, and training sessions about online testing for colleges, universities, and businesses throughout the United States. He has advised many schools, including Duke University, MIT, and the University of California, on the implementation strategy for testing software. He has pioneered the use of "teleseminars," using long distance phone bridges and Web-based presentations, as a means of introducing academics, business people, and trainers to the rudiments of computer based testing. Eric played a leadership role in the development of the IMS XML Question and Test Interoperability specification.