Lancaster University researchers at the 43rd Language Testing Forum

A photograph of the speaker

Lancaster University was very well represented at the 43rd Language Testing Forum (LTF) on 24-26 November. LTF, the annual conference of the UK Association for Language Testing and Assessment (UKALTA), was held this year at the British Council in London. Three PhD students - Geisa Davila Perez, Myriam Iliovits and Camilo Ramos Galvez - presented on their research, and a visiting scholar - Olga Ukrayinska - spoke about her research work in Ukraine.

Special congratulations to Camilo Ramos Galvez, who won the best student presentation award at the conference for his talk titled "Diagnosing high-level, intertextual reading ability in an English-medium instruction programme".

The conference had over 100 attendees, many with links to the Department of Linguistics and English Language as current or past MA and PhD students. Lancaster University hosted the first LTF back in 1980 and maintains strong connections with the conference.

The language testing research group at the conference

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