Papers in language testing and assessment 2012
VOLUME 1, 2012
- Does gender, test medium, or attitude matter? Analyzing test takers' responses to technology-mediated speaking tests.
Eunjyu Yu, State University of New York at Canton, USA.
- At the intersection of language assessment and academic advising: Communicating results of a large-scale diagnostic academic English writing assessment to students and other stakeholders.
Ute Knoch, University of Melbourne.
- Citizenship for beginners
Kerry Ryan, Swinburne University of Technology
- D.P. Barnwell. A history of foreign language testing in the United States from its beginnings to the present. Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Press. 1996. Pp. 216.
Alan Davies, University of Edinburgh
- G. Extra, M. Spotti & P. van Avermaet, (Eds.) Language testing, migration and citizenship: Cross-national perspectives on integration regimes. London: Continuum. 2009. Pp. 270.
Kamran Khan, University of Birmingham & University of Melbourne.
Appendix: Language Testing Research Centre 20th Anniversary Conference, the University of Melbourne, July 15th - 16th, 2010
The full catalogue of back issues of Melbourne Papers in Language Testing can be found at the Language Testing Research Centre website where individual papers can be downloaded.