The 2019 CLIC Conference – Beyond Validity: Social and Ethical Consequences of Assessment will take place April 12 – 14. The conference focuses on the benefits of using a socio-interactional definition of second language competence for the design of second language assessment instruments.
We are pleased that Glenn Fulcher, Professor of Applied Linguistics and Language Assessment at the University of Leicester, United Kingdom, and Elana Shohamy, Professor of Language Education at Tel Aviv University, Israel, have agreed to be keynote speakers at the conference.
Co-sponsored by The Program in Jewish Studies and the Humanities Research Center.
For more information about the conference, including the call for papers, please visit our website: beyondvalidity.rice.edu