How do I check out a kit?
Kits must be checked out and returned to the library on DC's South Campus during our open hours (varies by semester).
Can I reserve a kit for future use?
Because we often have limited numbers of assessments, you can request to reserve a test kit for you to pick up at a specific date and time. Email email@example.com with any reservation requests.
How long can I have the kit?
The default loan period is 7 days. You can renew a test kit up to 3 times by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as long as it is not in high demand or reserved for someone else. The overdue fines for kits are $5/day - they add up fast!
What about forms?
Each kit comes with one set of consumables (forms). Additional forms will only be provided to students currently registered in assessment courses.
What am I liable for when I borrow a kit?
When you borrow from the test kit collection, you are solely liable for the materials lent to you. If any materials are damaged beyond use or lost, you will be charged the replacement cost. You can be charged up to the entire cost of the full kit - for the WISC-V, that is $1,296.75 as of May 2019.
I have more questions!
RIAP-5 (v. 5.54) is available on all library computers.
The following software scoring systems are available to all students and faculty from library computer 5:
The library computers can be reserved for use at a specified time at https://tcsedsystem-et.libcal.com/booking/library. If not reserved, the computers are first-come, first-served.
Scoring software for the Roberts-2 can be checked out and installed on a personal computer. A CD drive and USB port are required to run this software on any computer. Roberts-2 scoring is not available on the library computers due to publisher restrictions.
Ask your librarian about online scoring for the following assessments: