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LINGUIST List 23.2438

Tue May 22 2012

FYI: Language Testing Bytes Podcast Series

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Date: 21-May-2012
From: Vern Swart <wernard.swartsagepub.co.uk>
Subject: Language Testing Bytes Podcast Series
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Language Testing Bytes, the official podcast series of Language
Testing, is currently available for free download at:

http://ltj.sagepub.com/site/podcast/podcast_dir.xhtml

Featured podcasts include the following:

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 9: Luke Harding from the
University of Lancaster discusses why many language test providers
only use standard accents on tests of listening.

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 8: Tan Jin and Barley Mak
discuss approaches to scoring performance tests based on fuzzy logic.

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 7: Mark Wilson discusses
Measurement Models (Volume 28 Issue 4).

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 6: Craig Deville and
Micheline Chalhoub-Deville discuss standards based testing in the
United States (Volume 28 Issue 3).

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 5: John Read on Vocabulary
Testing (Volume 28 Issue 2).

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 4: Interviews with Khaled
Barkaoui and Melissa Bowles on thinkaloud protocols (Volume 28 Issue
1).

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 3: Interview with Dr Jim
Purpura on the place of grammar in language testing.

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 2: Interview with Dr Xiaoming
Xi on automated scoring of speaking and writing tests (Volume 27 Issue
3).

Language Testing Bytes Podcast Number 1: Interview with Mike Kane
on test validation (Volume 27 Issue 2).

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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