ALTE 5th International Conference

When?
10-11 April 2014, Paris, France

Topic:
Language Assessment for Multilingualism: promoting linguistic diversity and intercultural communication

Call for Papers

ALTE (the Association of Language Testers in Europe) invites you to submit a paper for the ALTE 5th International Conference to be held in Paris from 10-11 April 2014. ALTE is a fellow member of the ECML Professional Network Forum

Papers are welcomed in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, and all proposals must relate to the conference theme: Language Assessment for Multilingualism: promoting linguistic diversity and intercultural communication.

The deadline for the submission of papers is 30 September 2013, with accepted speakers notified in November 2013.  All speakers must register for the full conference by 31 January 2014. For more details, full submission guidelines and frequently asked questions, please visit the conference website.

The ALTE International Conference takes place every three years, and is a unique opportunity for all those interested in language assessment to share ideas and experiences. Participants will include researchers, practitioners, educators and policy makers, and the conference will feature plenary sessions with some of the leading names in language testing and multilingualism.

We look forward to receiving your submission for the 2014 international conference. Here you can find the conference website: http://events.cambridgeenglish.org/alte-2014

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FIPLV exists for the worldwide support, development and promotion of languages through professional associations. We are active in over 100 countries and cover several hundred thousand teachers of languages worldwide.
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