Innovations in Language Learning and Assessment

The goal of the Innovations in Language Learning and Assessment series is to publish books that document the development and validation of language assessments and that explore broader innovations related to language teaching and learning. Compiled by leading researchers, then reviewed by the series editorial board, volumes in the series provide cutting-edge research and development related to language learning and assessment in a format that is easily accessible to language teachers and applied linguists as well as testing professionals and measurement specialists.
ISSN 2772-9575
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/illa
Board
Editors
John M. Norris | Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton NJ
Steven John Ross | University of Maryland
Sara T. Cushing | Georgia State University
Editorial Board
Khaled Barkaoui | York University
Yuko Goto Butler | University of Pennsylvania
Inn-Chull Choi | Korea University
Bart Deygers | University of Gent
Lianzhen He | Zhejiang University
Luke Harding | Lancaster University
Becky Huang | University of Texas at San Antonio
Chihiro Inoue | University of Bedfordshire
Lia Plakans | University of Iowa
Carsten Roever | University of Melbourne
Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CJA: Language teaching theory & methods

Main BISAC Subject

LAN020000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching