Studies in Language Assessment (formerly PLTA) An international journal of the Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand ISSN: 2653-5335
Studies in Language Assessment (SiLA) is the international research journal of the Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand (ALTAANZ) It previously appeared under the title Papers in Language Testing and Assessment (PLTA).
Co-Editors: John Read, Jason Fan
Reviews Editor: Ivy Chen
The journal is an online, open-access publication that welcomes contributions from both new and experienced researchers in the form of full research articles, research reports and discussion papers, on topics in the field of language assessment. It also publishes commissioned book and test reviews. Currently, there are at least one regular issue and one theme-based special issue each year.
SiLA is included in the Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
Early view articles
The effect of in-class and one-on-one video feedback on EFL learners’ English public speaking competency and anxiety
Tingting Liu, Sichuan International Studies University/National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University & Vahid Aryadoust, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
Exploring shared and individual assessment of paired oral interactions
Pakize Uludag, Kim McDonough & Pavel Trofimovich, Concordia University
Current and back issues
Current and back issues are available for free download from ALTAANZ or via the links below:
Submission guidelines are provided via the link below
Enquiries can be directed to the Editorial Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Correspondence on editorial matters should be addressed to the Editors, John Read and Jason Fan via email to email@example.com.
The Reviews Editor is Ivy Chen, The University of Melbourne.
Melbourne Papers in Language Testing
Prior to 2012, the journal was published by the Language Testing Research Centre at the University of Melbourne under the name, Melbourne Papers in Language Testing. For the full catalogue of back issues follow the link below: