Analytic Measures Inc. (AMI) works with leading educational research and development organizations to develop new products and assessment solutions. Working together, we share a commitment to providing high-quality and transformative educational technology solutions that will positively impact learners of all ages. Key partners are featured below.
AMI has a partnership with University of Oregon's Behavioral Research and Teaching Unit (BRT) to license reading passage content and machine learning annotations for Moby.Read.
WestEd is collaborating with AMI on the development of the Moby.Read Profiler by providing content validation, focus groups, and pilot testing.
AMI is providing AI scoring technology services to the Georgia Center for Assessment (GCA) for their Assesslets; formative assessments designed to measure English Language Arts, mathematics, social studies, and science.
Educational Testing Services (ETS) collaborated in AMI's development of Moby.Read by providing research, assessment design, and reading expertise.
AMI worked with the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) to develop an oral reading fluency (ORF) assessment for the 2018 NAEP Reading Assessment. AMI continues with the analysis and reporting of the NAEP study data.
AMI has developed formative oral reading fluency tasks that provide ongoing performance feedback using automated speech scoring technologies.
AMI's Moby.Read is paired with Savvas Learning Company's core and supplemental literacy products to provide a comprehensive reading solution that enables continuous learning through instruction, assessment, and practice opportunities.
AMI is working with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and ETS to analyze operational and technical aspects of oral reading fluency (ORF) assessment in the NAEP context.
AMI has received from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) two rounds of competitive Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program grants to support the design and development of Moby.Read.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded AMI to develop virtual interview applications for students, job seekers, and employers.
The Research Council of Norway (RCN) contracted with AMI to develop an application that monitors cognitive and emotional states of psychiatric outpatients.