LMAP (Language-Multimedia Assessment Program)

Harrington, Michael, Ingram, John and Proctor, Michael (2008) LMAP (Language-Multimedia Assessment Program). St Lucia, QLD, Australia, The University of Queensland.

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Author Harrington, Michael
Ingram, John
Proctor, Michael
Title LMAP (Language-Multimedia Assessment Program)
Place of publication St Lucia, QLD, Australia
Publisher The University of Queensland
Publication date 2008
Total pages 1 software application
Language eng
Subject Recorded/Rendered Creative Work - Digital creative work
Abstract/Summary LMAP (Language-Multimedia Assessment Program) is a web-based tool for testing and training second language vocabulary and grammar knowledge. In both testing and training applications the program focuses on knowledge of the form, which is manifest either in recognition or production, and the speed with which these processes takes place. The LMAP program consists of a suite of language tests. Paradigmatic among these is the Yes/No Vocabulary Test. The test assesses size and speed of recognition vocabulary in a cost and time-efficient format. The effectiveness of the test as a measure of L2 English vocabulary knowledge has been examined in research that has established the effectiveness of the test in discriminating between levels of learner and item difficulty for assessment and placement measures.
Keyword LMAP
Language-Multimedia Assessment Program
Language tests
Vocabulary test
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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