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On November 8th 2019, the EALTA SIGs Assessment of Writing and Assessment for Academic Purposes are holding a joint meeting at the University of Bremen, Germany. The 1-day meeting will include presentations by and discussions amongst SIG participants. We are looking forward to welcome practitioners with an interest in assessment as well as language testing researchers … Continue reading EALTA SIG-Meeting
Prof. Dr. Claudia Harsch: DGFF WebWorkshop: Die duale Funktion von Sprachtests in der Fremdsprachenforschung – Forschungsinstrument und Untersuchungsgegenstand. DGFF Kolleg.
Prof. Dr. Claudia Harsch with Prof. Dr. Johannes Hartig: Linguistic preparedness in EMI contexts, paper in the Symposium “Language assessment in EMI: Linking assessment to learning in new domains”.
The EALTA Special Interest Groups for the Assessment of Writing and Assessment for Academic Purposes will hold a joint event on Thursday 2 June 2022, 14.00–17.00, prior to the EALTA conference in Budapest.
Prof. Dr. Claudia Harsch: Plenarvortrag: Neue Impulse durch den Begleitband zum GERS (CEFR Companion Volume)
Bremen Symposium 2023 Rethinking the Role of Language Centres: Flexibilty, Relevance & Vision The 8th Bremen Symposium on Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages at Universities is hosted and organised by the Language Centre of the Universities of Bremen (SZHB) in cooperation with the Association of Language Centres, Language Teaching Institutes and Institutes of Foreign Languages … Continue reading 8th Bremen Symposium 2023
Formative Language Assessment in the Time of COVID 19: Lessons Learned Moderators: Heike Neumann, Concordia University & Claudia Harsch, University of Bremen
Language Assessment for a Global, Digital, and More Equitable Era The historic events of the past three years have brought immense change to the world in many ways, including, of course, to language assessment. For LTRC 2023, we focus on how the field can respond to current realities. Technology has played an important role in … Continue reading 44th Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC)
Conference Theme 2023: Sustainable Language Assessment: Improving Educational Opportunities at the Individual, Local, and Global level In 2015, the United Nations set ambitious goals as part of Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 19th EALTA Conference will address the role of the wide and varied field of language assessment in contributing to … Continue reading 19th EALTA Conference