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How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education: a practitioners’ view

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How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education : a practitioners’ view. / Polisca, Elena; Stollhans, Sascha; Bardot, Romain et al.

Innovative language teaching and learning at university: facilitating transition from and to higher education. ed. / Cathy Hampton; Sandra Salin. Research-publishing.net, 2022. p. 81-91.

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Polisca, E, Stollhans, S, Bardot, R & Rollet, C 2022, How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education: a practitioners’ view. in C Hampton & S Salin (eds), Innovative language teaching and learning at university: facilitating transition from and to higher education. Research-publishing.net, pp. 81-91. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2022.56.1375

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Polisca, E., Stollhans, S., Bardot, R., & Rollet, C. (2022). How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education: a practitioners’ view. In C. Hampton, & S. Salin (Eds.), Innovative language teaching and learning at university: facilitating transition from and to higher education (pp. 81-91). Research-publishing.net. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2022.56.1375

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Polisca E, Stollhans S, Bardot R, Rollet C. How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education: a practitioners’ view. In Hampton C, Salin S, editors, Innovative language teaching and learning at university: facilitating transition from and to higher education. Research-publishing.net. 2022. p. 81-91 Epub 2022 May 30. doi: 10.14705/rpnet.2022.56.1375

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Polisca, Elena ; Stollhans, Sascha ; Bardot, Romain et al. / How Covid-19 has changed language assessments in higher education : a practitioners’ view. Innovative language teaching and learning at university: facilitating transition from and to higher education. editor / Cathy Hampton ; Sandra Salin. Research-publishing.net, 2022. pp. 81-91

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