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Association of Language Testers in Europe
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ALTE Oct 18
By popular demand, ALTE is organising an additional session of the ALTE course on Item Writing on Wednesday 21st November. Please visit: For more info about ALTE events in Salamanca, please visit:
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ALTE Oct 9
We are happy to announce our website is now available in Spanish! . Many thanks to Isabel Vaquero at Instituto Cervantes and Marta García and Ana Gil at the University of Salamanca for their help in translation.
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ALTE Oct 4
ALTE's Secretary-General Nick Saville chaired the talks, which included Graham Seed of the ALTE Secretariat and Lorenzo Rocca of the ALTE LAMI SIG. We were also especially pleased to see a presentation by of Stockholm University on sign language assessment.
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ALTE Oct 4
ALTE celebrated the European Day of Languages on 26th Sept with an event on Multilingualism in Assessment, held at the European Parliament in Brussels. The event was hosted by four MEPs and sponsored by Cambridge Assessment English.
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ALTE Oct 3
Registration for the ALTE 52nd Conference Day in Salamanca, Spain, hosted by our member is open!
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Cursos Internacional Sep 25
🔜 52 Conferencia de ALTE en . ¡Ya puedes inscribirte ✍✍! 23 de noviembre de 2018 Periodo de matriculación: Del 17 de septiembre al 16 de noviembre de 2018 Información y matrícula ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇
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ALTE Oct 2
Replying to @kschonstrom
We were so glad to have you there! Photos from our event to follow!
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Krister Schönström Sep 26
At a event related to on “Multilingualism and international standards for language ability” today at EU Parliament, I gave a talk about assessment of sign language. It was great to meet all people and to spread knowledge about sign languages
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ALTE Oct 2
SAVE THE DATE! ALTE 7th International Conference: 22-24 April 2020 in Madrid 2020
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ALTE Oct 2
Message from our friends at the European Last chance to register for the workshop entitled “Language competences in support of the European Education Area”, Tuesday 9 October, 16:30-18:00. It is organised in Brussels within the European Week of Regions and Cities
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ALTE Sep 10
Everything ready for the ALTE Summer Courses in Language Testing, hosted by Cambridge Assessment English
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ALTE Aug 23
The registration is open for the ALTE course on Item Writing, Salamanca, 20 November 2018. For info:
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ALTE Jul 24
We're delighted to launch the third translation of our Website: into Romanian! Huge thanks to Dina Vîlcu at Babeş-Bolyai University! She has put a lot of effort into both an ALTE conference and a website translation this year!
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ALTE Jul 19
A reminder that you can check our website for upcoming events at
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ALTE Jul 17
We are pleased to announce the launch of our website in Swedish! Many thanks to and for their help!
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ALTE Jul 16
A reminder that registration for ALTE Summer Courses in Cambridge, UK is still open at Introductory Course in Language Testing 10-14 Sept; Course in Technology in Language Test Production and Validation 17-21 Sept. Please share with your networks!
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ALTE Jul 13
The ALTE Secretariat has moved! Our email address and telephone number are the same, but our address is now: ALTE Secretariat, The Triangle Building, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8EA, United Kingdom.
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ALTE Jul 4
We are excited to launch the first translation of the ALTE Website into Dutch! Huge thanks to Certificaat Nederlands als Vreemde Taal (CNaVT), and in particular Christina Maes, for their help!
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ALTE Jun 14
The kick-off meeting for the new project of the Council of Europe's "European Framework of Reference for Second language and Literacy - From non-literacy to A1 level" took place in Strasbourg this week. ALTE is one of two key partners
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ALTE Jun 7
We are grateful to the Council of Europe for making ALTE's new "Guidelines for the Development of Language for Specific Purposes Tests" available on their website
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