November 5, 2019
Michigan Language Assessment is now accepting grant proposals for two research grant programs: the Spaan Research Grant Program and the Latin America Research Grant Program. Proposals related to one or more Michigan Language Assessment tests are invited from faculty, graduate students, and other language assessment professionals.Read More
March 22, 2019
At the beginning of March, several Michigan Language Assessment staff members traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, to attend the 41st annual Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC), the main conference for language testing researchers. Barbara Dobson, Michigan Language Assessment director of professional partnerships, and Gad Lim, director of assessment, served on the conference organizing committee.Read More
February 12, 2019
Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce that four research grants have been awarded for 2019. The grant awards include three inaugural recipients of the Latin America Research Grants, which were established to support research on language assessment in Latin America. Additionally, a researcher received the Spaan Grant, which was established to recognize Mary Spaan’s contributions to the field of language assessment through her more than three decades of work at U-M.Read More
November 29, 2018
Linking the MET Go! and the Common European Framework of Reference summarizes the results of a standard setting study that was conducted to link scores on each section of the MET Go! to the proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference.
October 12, 2018
Michigan Language Assessment is excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for its research grant programs. In addition to the long-running Spaan Research Grant program, this year we are launching the Latin American Research Grant program, to support research in that part of the world.
January 10, 2018
CaMLA Working Paper 2016-02, “The CaMLA Speaking Test: Face-to-Face vs. Audio Delivery,” is now available. CaMLA Working Papers present the findings from research undertaken as part of the Spaan Research Grant Program and by CaMLA staff.