Studies in Language Testing

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Studies in Language Testing
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Edited by Michael Milanovic, Cyril Weir
Language English
Discipline Applied linguistics, education
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Published 1995-present
No. of books 39
Website www.cambridgeenglish.org/silt/

Studies in Language Testing (SiLT) is a series of academic books containing papers in the fields of education and applied linguistics related to language testing and assessment. It is published by Cambridge University Press and Cambridge English Language Assessment and was established in 1995. The editors-in-chief are Michael Milanovic (Cambridge English Language Assessment) and Cyril Weir (University of Bedfordshire). The scope of the series encompasses all aspects related to language testing, including assessing productive language skills (speaking and writing) and receptive language skills (listening and reading); testing standards, test development, and validation; fairness and ethical issues; the historical evolution of examinations; testing for specific purposes; and the social and educational impact of assessment.

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