Language Assessment Quarterly
Language Assessment Quarterly
Journal Title: Language Assessment Quarterly
ISSN: 1543-4303
ISSN Online: 1543-4311
Publication Frequency: 4
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2013 Impact Factor: 1.025
© 2014 Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports ® for 2013 ranks Language Assessment Quarterly: An International Journal (LAQ) 40 out of 53 in Psychology, Educational and 66 out 169 in Linguistics.

Language Assessment Quarterly: An International Journal (LAQ) is dedicated to the advancement of theory, research, and practice in first, second, and foreign language assessment for school, college, and university students; for employment; and for immigration and citizenship. LAQ publishes original articles addressing theoretical issues, empirical research, and professional standards and ethics related to language assessment, as well as interdisciplinary articles on related topics, and reports of language test development and testing practice. All articles are peer-reviewed. The journal is directed to an international audience. Examples of topic areas appropriate for LAQ include:

assessment from around the world at all instructional levels including specific purposes; assessment for immigration and citizenship and other ‘gate-keeping’ contexts; issues of validity, reliability, fairness, access, accommodations, administration, and legal remedies; assessment in culturally and/or linguistically diverse populations; professional standards and ethical practices for assessment professionals; interdisciplinary interfaces between language assessment and learning; issues related to technology and computer-based assessment; innovative and practical methods and techniques in developing assessment instruments; * recent trends in analysis of performance; and issues of social-political and socio-economic concern to assessment professionals. Peer Review: All research articles in this journal haveundergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous blind review by at leastby tworeferees.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Applied Linguistics; Assessment & Testing; Classroom Practice; Curriculum Studies; Education; English & Literacy/Language Arts; Language & Linguistics; Language & Literature; Language and Education; Supplementary material
Editor Board:

James E. Purpura 
Teachers College, Columbia University

Constant Leung - King's College, London University


Anthony Green - University of Bedfordshire
Gary Ockey - Educational Testing Service, Princeton
Aek Phakiti - University of Sydney
Yasuyo Sawaki - Waseda University


Lyle Bachman -  University of California, Los Angeles
Khaled Barkaoui - York University, Toronto
Monica Barni - University of Siena
J.D. Brown - University of Hawai'i, Manoa
Nathan Carr - California State University, Fullerton
Micheline Chalhoub-Deville -  University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Scott Crossley - Georgia State University
Alister Cumming -  University of Toronto
Tim Farnsworth - Hunter College, The City University of New York
Janna Fox  -  Carleton University, Ottawa
Evelina Galaczi - University of Cambridge
Atta Gebril - The American University in Cairo
Kirby Grabowski - Teachers College, Columbia University
Liz Hamp-Lyons  -  University of Bedfordshire
Luke Harding - Lancaster University
Claudia Harsch University of Warwick
Lianzhen He -  Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
Talia Isaacs - The University of Bristol
Eunice Jang  -  University of Toronto
Dorry Kenyon -  Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C.
Anne Lazaraton -  University of Minnesota
Jo Lewkowicz - Lingwistyczna Szkola Wyzsza, Warsaw
Lorena Llosa - New York University
Meg Malone - Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C.
John Norris - Georgetown University
Lia Plakans -  The University of Iowa
David Qian -  Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Carsten Roever - University of Melbourne
Steven J. Ross - University of Maryland
Nick Saville - University of Cambridge
Marcin Smolik - Maria Sklodowska Curie University, Poland
May Tan - McGill University
Lynda Taylor -  University of Cambridge
Carolyn E. Turner - McGill University
Elvis Wagner - Temple University, Philadelphia
Sara C. Weigle - Georgia State University
Paula Winke - Michigan State University
Xiaoming Xi -  Educational Testing Service, Princeton
Guoxing Yu - University of Bristol

Antony John Kunnan, 2003-2013 

Abtracting & Indexing: Language Assessment Quarterly is Abstracted/Indexed in: Elsevier BV - Scopus, 2009- Informit - Australian Education Index (Online), 2005- National Library of Medicine - PubMed OCLC - ArticleFirst, vol. 1, no. 1, 2004- vol. 8, no. 3, 2011 - Electronic Collections Online, vol. 1, no. 1, 2004- vol. 8, no. 3, 2011 - PsycFIRST, vol. 1, no. 1, 2004- vol. 5, no. 4, 2008 Ovid - ERIC (Education Resources Information Center), 2004- ProQuest - Biological Sciences - CSA Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts, Core - Education Module, 1/1/2004- - Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management - Professional ProQuest Central, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest 5000, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest 5000 International, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest Central, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest Education Journals, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest Psychology Journals, 1/1/2004- - ProQuest Research Library, 1/1/2004- Thomson Reuters - Arts & Humanities Citation Index - Current Contents - Social Sciences Citation Index - Web of Science
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