Studies in Language Testing

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Studies in Language Testing
Studies in Language Testing cover.jpg
Edited by Nick Saville, Cyril J Weir
Language English
Discipline Applied linguistics, education
Publisher Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press
Published 1995-present
No. of books 45
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 has been published by Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press and Cambridge English Language Assessment since 1995. The Series Editors are Nick Saville (Cambridge English Language Assessment) and Cyril J Weir (University of Bedfordshire).[1]

Although each volume has a variety of purposes, 10 broad themes characterise the series:

  • language testing terminology
  • language testing research methodology
  • test taker characteristics and language test performance
  • testing the four language skills
  • testing English for Academic Purposes: IELTS
  • test impact/washback
  • test comparability
  • test documenting
  • conference proceedings.[2]

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  1. ^ [1] Accessed 20 June 2016
  2. ^ [2] Accessed 20 June 2016

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