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Hellenic American University and CaMLA announce strategic partnership

July 4, 2014

Ann Arbor, Michigan — Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments (CaMLA) is pleased to announce that it is entering into a strategic partnership with Hellenic American University in New Hampshire, USA, and its partners to administer the Basic Communication Certificate of English (BCCE) and Advanced Level Certificate of English (ALCE) examinations under its auspices in Albania. The certificates from these two examinations will be issued jointly by the two institutions. Read More

CaMLA Working Papers 2014-01 and 2014-02

May 22, 2014

CaMLA Working Papers present the findings from research undertaken as part of the Spaan Research Grant Program and by CaMLA staff. The reports from the two most recent recipients of Spaan Research Grants are now available as CaMLA Working Papers. Read More

Linking the CEFR and the CaMLA EPT

April 23, 2014

english placement testCaMLA recently conducted a small-scale study to link the CaMLA EPT scores to the Common European Framework of Reference: Learning, teaching, assessment (CEFR). The study established CEFR level scores for the CaMLA EPT (see table). These correspond very well to the levels currently described in the CaMLA EPT Administration Manual, which are derived from cut scores established at the ELI-UM for EPT forms A–C. Read More

First CaMLA exams given in India

October 25, 2013

Planet EDU kicked off CaMLA’s presence in India by administering the MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery) this September in Gurgaon, a leading industrial and financial center near New Delhi. Read More

An intern’s words: Geoff LaFlair

July 9, 2013

CaMLA’s internship program provides professional training and research opportunities for English language teaching and assessment professionals and graduate students. This is the third of three pieces we are posting about how our 2013 interns are getting along during their time at CaMLA. Read More