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Inventory control system achievement test for dietetics and foodservice management students

, : Inventory control system achievement test for dietetics and foodservice management students. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 91(6): 691-694

An inventory control system achievement test that measured cognitive achievement of students in a foodservice management information system course is described. A table of specifications for inventory control systems that included the following content areas was developed: receiving, storing, issuing, inventory control, inventory valuation and inventory control computer systems. 114 test items were composed in a multiple-choice format on the basis of the table of specifications.

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