In two of the LTRC
cases involving caregivers, the accused argued that he was simply providing nursing care and thus that the touching in question was not sexual.
Prepared for the 12-state Southeast Transportation Consortium with Federal Highway Administration cooperation, the LTRC
report will help contractors, agencies, and engineers adjust to the evolving specs.
The official international organization--the International Language Testing Association (ILTA)--was established in 1992 in Vancouver, Canada, more than a decade after the first LTRC
. In the intervening years, we have seen an increasing number of journals focused on testing and assessment, including Language Testing, established in 1984; Assessing Writing, 1994; Language Assessment Quarterly, 2004; Papers in Language Testing and Assessment (PLTA), 1992; and Language Testing in Asia, 2011 (the nearest established journal in our field), reflecting the growth of our field and its movement away from a narrow focus on tests and testing to a broader focus on assessment.
District administration will look after the ten LTRC
's and will also provide help to the education department for improving the enrolment in the schools.
"Legal professionals now have the opportunity to preview a variety of software programs in their homes or offices before making purchasing decisions," said David Hambourger, director of LTRC
. Demonstration software programs included on the Legal Software Sampler CD-ROM include case management, legal research, online services, tax management, and time and billing, among others.
Farrag, "Pull-out testing facility for geosynthetics," LTRC
Saville (Eds.), Performance testing, cognition, and assessment: Selected papers from the 15th Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC
), Cambridge and Arnhem.
Luoma (Eds.), Current developments and alternatives in language assessment: Proceedings of LTRC
Mulki made the remarks as he chaired a meeting on Wednesday at the Land Transport Regulatory Commission (LTRC
) as a follow up on his visit to the commission on June 29, where he was briefed on transport problems and traffic jams in the Kingdom.
Interest in Web-based testing is growing in the language testing community, as was obvious at recent LTRC
conferences, where it was the topic of a symposium on the DIALANG project (Alderson, 2001), a paper (Roever, 2000), several in-progress reports (Malone, Carpenter, Winke, Kenyon, 2001; Sawaki, 2001; Wang et al., 2000), and poster sessions (Carr, Green, Vongpumivitch, & Xi, 2001; Bachman et al., 2000).