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From the Editors
Welcome to LLT
by Mark Warschauer & Dorothy Chun
p. 1

From the Special Issue Editor
Introducing This Issue
by Irene Thompson
pp. 2-3

On the Net
Language Testing Resources
by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio
pp. 4-7

Emerging Technologies
Language Testing Tools and Technologies
by Bob Godwin-Jones
pp. 8-12

News from Sponsoring Organizations
pp. 13-18

Edited by Jennifer Leeman

Issues in Computer-Adaptive Testing of Reading Proficiency
Micheline Chalhoub-Deville (Ed.)
Reviewed by Marisol Fernández-García

pp. 18-22

Computerized Adaptive Testing: A Primer
Howard Wainer (Ed.)
Reviewed by John Norris

pp. 23-27

Hot Potatoes
Stewart Arneil, Martin Holmes, & Hilary Street
Reviewed by Paula Winke & David MacGregor

pp. 28-33

Test Pilot
Reviewed by Charlene Polio

pp. 34-37


Volume 5, Number 2
May 2001

Special Issue
Computer-Assisted Language Testing

Feature Articles

Comparability of Conventional and Computerized Tests of Reading in a Second Language
Yasuyo Sawaki
University of California, Los Angeles
pp. 38-59

Comparing Examinee Attitudes Toward Computer-Assisted and Other Proficiency Assessments
Dorry M. Kenyon and Valerie Malabonga
Center for Applied Linguistics
pp. 60-83

Web-Based Language Testing
Carsten Roever
University of Hawai`i
pp. 84-94


Language Testing and Technology: Past and Future
Micheline Chalhoub-Deville
University of Iowa
pp. 95-98

Concerns with Computerized Adaptive Oral Proficiency Assessment
(on Kenyon and Malabonga, this issue)
John Norris
University of Hawai`i
pp. 99-105

Response to the Norris Commentary
(a response to Norris, this issue)
Dorry M. Kenyon, Valerie Malabonga, and Helen Carpenter
Center for Applied Linguistics
pp. 106-108

Call for Papers

Theme: Telecollaboration


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