Japan Language Testing Association:
The 20th Japan Language Testing Association Anniversary Conference (JLTA 2016) (day 2 of 2)
Date: Sunday, September 18th, 2016 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: Plenary: Gary Ockey (Iowa State University); call for papers due July 8 (extended deadline)
The Japan Language Testing Association (JLTA) invites presentation proposals for its 20th anniversary conference. We look forward to receiving your proposals related to the conference theme, and to language testing and assessment in general.
This year's conference will be co-sponsored by the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Testing and Evaluation Special Interest Group (TEVAL SIG). Members of JALT TEVAL SIG can participate in and present at the conference in a similar manner as JLTA members can.
The call for papers deadline has been extended to July 8th. At this year's conference, the keynote speech and the symposium will be presented in English. We are also expecting presenters from our partner association, Korea English Language Testing Association (KELTA). We welcome proposals for presentations to be given in English.
Presenters will each have 20 minutes to present their papers; this will be followed by 10 minutes for discussion. Note that each participant can present multiple times, but only once as the paper's first presenter.
Dates: September 17, 2016 (Saturday) to September 18, 2016 (Sunday; Main conference with a keynote speech, a symposium, and paper presentations). Please see the JLTA website for details.
Organization: The Japan Language Testing Association (Japan Language Testing Association)
Cost: JLTA Members: 1,000 yen (also for students and JALT TEVAL SIG members)
Non-members: 3,000 yen
Venue: Tokai University, Shonan Campus (4-1-1 Kitakaname, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 259-1292; map)
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